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The cast of Olney Theatre Center's Oil

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Willie Garner, Caroline Dubberly, Shayla Lowe and Beatrice Owens in The Keegan Theatre's Hands on a Hardbody

Photo by Ryan Maxwell

Julia Klavans and Dallas Tolentino in Arts on the Horizon's Beep Beep

Photo by Mark Williams Hoelscher

Raven Bonniwell and Danny Cackley in We Happy Few's Macbeth

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Brendan Michael and Patrick Gerard Lynch in Compass Rose Theater's Man of La Mancha

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Carol Rosegg

Jade Jones and Christopher Mueller in Ford's Theatre's Into the Woods

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Elizabeth Anne Jernigan and Teresa Spencer in NextStop Theatre Company's Fallen Angels

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Jessica Bennett and Sam Kobren in Toby's Dinner Theatre's The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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Felicia Curry, Yesenia Iglesias and Holy Twyford in Signature Theatre's Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

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Joshua David Robinson, Jacqueline Correa, Phyllis Kay and Eric Hissom in Arena Stage's JQA

Photo by Scott Suchman

The cast of Shakespeare Theatre Company's Vanity Fair

Photo by RJ Pavel

Kurt Boehm and Caroline Wolfson in Monumental Theatre Company's Daddy Long Legs

Photo by Margot Schulman

Jaysen Wright and Sophie Schulman in Imagination Stage's Dicken's Davey Copperfield

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Andy Lucien and Christy Escobar in Studio Theatre's Queen of Basel

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Jeremy Keith Hunter and Louis E. Davis in WSC Avant Bard's Topdog/Underdog

Photo by Mara Sherman

Karen Lange and Erik Harrison in Nu Sass Productions' Dead Dog's Bone

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Charlie Trepany, Healy Knight, Christopher Warren and Valerie Leonard in Theater J's The Jewish Queen Lear

  • During Mosaic Theater Company's production of "Native Son" running til April 28 in rep with "Les Deux Noirs: Notes on Notes of a Native Son" (4/8-27) there are numerous free post-show discussion opportunities for audiences starting with Adaptation: Moving from the Page to the Stage (following 3/28 8pm show) and a Creative Team Talk-back (following 3/31 3pm show).

  • Arena Stage/Georgetown University/Andrew R. Ammerman F'72 Partnership present a FREE event March 25 (5-6:30pm) - Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Ayad Akhtar visits Georgetown's Department of Performing Arts for an informal conversation about the upcoming Arena Stage production of his play "Junk" among other observations on the American theatre. At Georgetown U's DAVIS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, GONDA THEATRE.

  • Catch Theater J's "The Jewish Queen Lear" (now thru April 7 at Georgetown Univ) and some add'l Creative Conversations (free events, but you do need to purchase tickets to see the production): Sun, March 24 following 2pm matinee - From Yiddish to English and Back Again; Sun, March 31 following 2pm matinee - Sunday Symposium: Yiddish Theater: Then and Now.

  • There are only two more public performances of Imagination Stage’s "Óyeme, the Beautiful," at the American Art Museum on March 22 and Catholic University on March 25. Written by Miriam Gonzales, it's based on the real-life experiences of participants in the ¡Óyeme! youth project, which works with immigrant and refugee children to “provide a creative arts outlet” for their experiences and trauma. The show is suitable for children grade 7+ and RSVPs are required.

  • Christopher Paul Curtis's Newbery Medal and Coretta Scott King Award–winning book "The Watsons Go to Birmingham–1963" comes to life in a staged concert adaptation by Christina Ham with live music by Darius Smith, featuring DC's Nova Y. Payton and Justin Weaks with Tichina Arnold (CBS' The Neighborhood), J. Bernard Calloway, Chad L. Coleman (The Wire, All American), Alicia Grace, Dante Myles Hoagland (The Last O.G.), Isabell Monk O’Connor. At The Kennedy Center thru March 24.

  • Catch Pay-What-You-Can performances of "Resolving Hedda," a “boisterously funny” (LA Times) modern re-imagining of Ibsen’s notorious schemer by local playwright Jon Klein at Washington Stage Guild. PWYC performances are March 21 7:30pm, March 22 at 8pm and March 23 at 2:3opm. The production runs thru April 14.

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