Photo by RX Loft

Amanda Palmeiro and Brian Arreola in The In Series' Butterfly

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Avery Whitted and Edward Gero in Folger Theatre's 1 Henry IV

Photo by Jeff Salmore

Clare Mulligan, Molly Murchie, Krystal Ramseur, Justine Hipsky, Caroline Chen and Liz Sanders in Hellcat, part of the WIT Road Show

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Teresa Wood

Sarah Marshall and Tiffany M. Thompson in Studio Theatre's Doubt

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Rex Daugherty in Solas Nua's The Smuggler

Photo by Christopher Banks

Aakhu TuahNera Freeman, Kevin E. Thorne II, Felicia Curry, Roz White and William T. Newman, Jr. in Mosaic Theater Company of DC's Fabulation or, The Re-Education of Undine

Photo by Christopher Mueller

The cast of Signature Theatre's Assassins

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Ofra Daniel in Theater J's Love Sick

Photo by Katie Simmons-Barth

Grace Bauer and Alan Naylor in Rep Stage's Souvenir

Photo by Lock and Company

The cast of NextStop Theatre Company's Beehive

Photo by Stan Barouh

Alexandra Silber (center) and the ensemble of Olney Theatre Center's Cabaret

  • Mosaic Theater presents five staged readings of new works from both established and up-and-coming artists. Single tickets are $15 or purchase a reading series package for only $45. On Sept 16 7pm, see ANACOSTIA FLATS by Bob Bartlett. Other readings on Nov. 11, Jan. 27, Feb. 3 & 10.

  • After being dark for the summer of 2019, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company re-opens their newly renovated lobby space with a launch party Woolly: Fully Open! - Sun, September 15, 2019 from 2–4:30pm. FREE and open to the public (register at link above). Enjoy feature performances by local artists Uptown Boyz, an inter-tribal Powwow drum group, and The Crank Lu’Kongo, an Afro Go-Go Roots Music collective. PLUS exclusive in-person discounts on subscriptions and tickets to Season 40 shows and some awesome food too!

  • DC Actors for Animals is back with their 7th Annual "Beltway Barks" this Sat, Sept. 14 at the Rockville Town Square (11am-3pm with show/presentation of animals 11am-2pm). Features dozens of adoptable dogs from area rescues/shelters and DC-area actors presenting wonderful dogs for adoption and performing songs - plus many vendors including pet retailers, veterinary and training staff, pet portrait artists, pet bakers, face painters, and even a pooch kissing booth! A raffle will feature over a dozen pair of theatre tickets to the hottest shows in the DC Metro area, as well as wonderful gift baskets and merchandise from local retailers.

  • Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company begins their run of Pulitzer Prize winning play FAIRVIEW, as with all productions, with 2 Pay-What-You-Will shows, Sept 9 & 10. Tonight's Sept 9 PWYW performance has sold out on TodayTix - but they'll have 20 Standing Room Only and 15 Stampede seats available at the box office starting at 6pm. The Sept 10 tickets will be on sale at 10am Tues for that evenings performance via TodayTix. Or you can purchase $35 discounted Theatre Week tickets thru TodayTix for other performances.

  • During Mosaic Theater Company's production of "Fabulation," check out these upcoming post-show discussions & panels about themes raised in Lynn Nottage's play: Sept. 5 - A Conversation with the Cast of "Fabulation"; Sept. 7 after 3PM show - "Self-Fashioning and/or Alter Egos"; Sept. 8 after 3PM show - "Moving On Up: The Black Middle Class." More discussions occur through Sept. 21 during the run.

  • The Kennedy Center is putting a Spotlight on Theater during The REACH FREE Opening Festival. Free timed-entry passes are required for entry and available now along with the festival schedule & FAQs at Kennedy Center - REACH Opening events. A highlight today Sept 9 includes the "DC Playwrights Forum Discussion led by Aaron Posner and Karen Zacarías."
    Hear from established and emerging DC-area playwrights moderated by two nationally known local favorites. A room full of talented playwrights - what could be better!


10 Questions


Studio Theatre mainstay, Sarah Marshall, returns after her performance in last season's Admissions...

10 Questions


When your worst day job ever lands you in the pages of People magazine, you know you've had an interesting career. EDWARD GERO is an actor well recognized in the DC-area for his work in Shakespeare...

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AAKHU TUAHNERA FREEMAN has appeared in productions all over town, including HERstoryShe a Gem (The Kennedy Center), and Proof (Olney Theatre Center). Currently,...