Photo by Cameron Whitman

John Jones and Vishwas in The Keegan Theatre's Boy

Photo by Margot Schulman

Haysam Kadri, Mirian Katrib and Hend Ayoub in Arena Stage's A Thousand Splendid Suns

Photo by Margot Schulman

The cast of Oregon Shakespeare Festival's Mother Road at Arena Stage.

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Gwen Grastorf, Patricia Hurley and Drew Kopas in Constellation Theatre Company's The 39 Steps

Photo by Claire Kimball

Duane Richards and Gary Dubreuil in Brave Spirits Theatre's Shakespeare's Histories Cycle, Richard the Second

Photo by Stan Weinstein

Joel Hernández Lara, Luz Nicolás and Ariel Texido in GALA Hispanic Theatre's Exquisita Agonía (Exquisite Agony)


Victor Shargai, Board Chair and Theater Philanthropist (1936-2019)

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Regina Aquino, Brian Mani and Ami Brabson in Folger Theatre's The Merry Wives of Windsor

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Jennifer Dundas, Tom Story and Alyssa Wilmoth Keegan in Woolly Mammoth's Shipwreck: A History Play About 2017

Photo by Claire Kimball

Brendan Edward Kennedy, Michael Bannigan Jr., Ian Blackwell Rogers in Brave Spirits Theatre's Henry the Fourth, Part 1

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

Matt Hirsh and DeCarlo Raspberry in Toby's Dinner Theatre's Kinky Boots

Photo by Margot Schulman

Unissa Cruse and Jonathan Atkinson in Imagination Stage's Thumbelina

Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography

Ricky Drummond in Rorschach Theatre's The Toxic Avenger: The Musical

Photo by Margot Schulman

Aaron Shields, Brigid Cleary, Danny Bernardy, Soneka Anderson in Shear Madness at The Kennedy Center.

Photo by William T. Gallagher

Iyona Blake in Creative Cauldron's Crowns

Photo by Margot Schulman

Unissa Cruse and Gary L. Perkins III in Imagination Stage's Zomo the Rabbit

Photo by Stan Barouh

Karmine Alers and Valeria Morales in Olney Theatre Center's Miss You Like Hell

Photo by Scott Suchman

Mia Ellis and the cast of Shakespeare Theatre Company's The Amen Corner

Photo by Johnny Shryock

Irina Tsikurishvili and Maryam Najafzada in Synetic Theater's Phantom of the Opera

Photo by Joshua McKerrow

Sarah Stewart Chapin, Brock D. Vickers, Justino Brokaw and Andy McCain in Annapolis Shakespeare Company's The 39 Steps

Photo by Sarah Straub

Tyasia Velines in Adventure Theatre MTC's The Snowy Day and Other Stories

  • Ally Theatre Company presents encore performances of their production of "Welcome to Sis's" by Doug Robinson -4 performances only February 28-March 1 at Joe's Movement Emporium. Set in the 1940s, Welcome to Sis's shines a light on one community's ability to survive and thrive amidst the turbulent backdrop of racist housing codes and local dividing lines which played out across the country's neighborhoods and still affects us today.

  • Avant Bard offers PAY WHAT YOU WILL previews for "Suddenly Last Summer" (in rep with Ada and the Engine) on Feb 27-29. $10 to guarantee a ticket, with no minimum for any rush tickets remaining when you buy at the door.

  • Coming up Monday Feb 24 at Keegan Theatre is a Boiler Room Series Staged Reading of ALIX IN WONDERLAND, a new musical by Buzz Mauro & Norman Allen, in connection with their production of Anna Ziegler’s BOY. Performance followed by a guest panel discussion and audience talkback about Genderqueerness on Stage and in the Media. FREE and open to all, reservations highly encouraged!

  • For 2 performances (Feb 22 8pm, Feb 23 4pm), Teatro de la Luna presents "El monólogo discreto de Calígula" (The Discreet Monologue of Caligula) by Dralio Eróliga (Mexico) starring Edwin Bernal (Guatemala) and directed by Pablo Guillén (Honduras). A man, Caligula, in a soliloquy disrupts the reality of the humanity showing us the absurdity of our existence and questioning who we are. In Spanish with English surtitles/translation.

  • This Saturday February 22 @ 8pm, 6 professional Washington-area theatre companies will write, direct, rehearse and perform original plays based on similar themes in only 24 hours. The plays will be presented at the 16th annual Play In A Day at Imagination Stage in Bethesda. Tickets are $15. 2020 Participating Theaters: Adventure Theatre MTC, Flying V, Imagination Stage, Keegan Theatre, Rorschach Theatre and Synetic Theater.

  • The next event in the Reading Series from the DC Center is February 22, 7pm - "We All Fall Down" by Esther Rodriguez. After each reading we will have a Playwright Talkback and a reception with light fare, wine, beer and non alcoholic beverages.The Playwrights look forward to feedback from the audience. Tickets for each reading $10.00.


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