Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Samuel Adams and the cast of Folger Theatre's Amadeus

Photo by Teresa Wood

Jody Doo, Diana Huey, Resa Mishina and Shanta Parasuraman in Studio Theatre's White Pearl

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Alana S. Thomas, Selena Clyne-Galindo, Chani Wereley and Christian Montgomery in Constellation Theatre Company's Little Shop of Horrors

Photo by the Puppet Co

the Puppet Co's production of Len Piper's Pinocchio

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Elan Zafir, Alina Collins Maldonado, Nancy Robinette, Avi Rocque and Kelli Simpkins in Shakespeare Theatre Company's Everybody

Photo by Angelisa Gillyard

Anika Harden, Chelsea Thaler, Mariam Hathor, Dina Soltan and Lauren Kieler in Ally Theatre Company's Dhana and the Rosebuds

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Felicia Curry in Factory 449's Agnes of God

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Rex Daugherty in Solas Nua's The Smuggler

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

Jeffrey Shankle, Heather Marie Beck, Evan Christy, and Sonny Huza in Toby's Dinner Theatre's A Christmas Story

Photo by Katie Simmons-Barth

Zack Powell and Alejandro Ruiz in Rep Stage's E2

Photo by Amy Boyle Photography

The 20th Anniversary Tour of RENT at the National Theatre

Photo by Margot Schulman

Daniel J. Maldonado and the cast of Arena Stage's Newsies

Photo by Christopher Banks

Camilo Linares, Benairen Kane, Josh Adams and Tyasia Velines in Mosaic Theater Company's Theory

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by RCG photography

Moses Bossenbroek in Rainbow Theatre Project's Blue Camp

Photo by Christopher Mueller

The cast of Signature Theatre's A Chorus Line

Photo by Rachel Zirkin Duda

Alexander Bruce Gordon, Kenneth Lautz and Miranda Austin Tharp in Wolf Pack Theatre Company's The Rocky Horror Show

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Harrison Smith, Gary L. Perkins III, Chris Stezin and Billie Krishawn in The Keegan Theatre/1st Stage's Airness

Photo by Steve LaRocque

Joseph Palka and Chris Stinson in Quotidian Theatre Company's Port Authority

  • Mosaic Theater Company's THEORY finishes performances thru November 17 - plus their are Cast Talkbacks (November 14 at 11AM) and Accessibility Dates (Open Captioned Performances November 15 & 16 at 8PM; Open Captioned Performance with ASL interpreted post show discussion November 16 at 3PM).

  • Join Folger Theatre November 15 (6-8pm) for a lesson in Viennese Waltz taught by local Tanzmeisters Herbert and Carol Traxler. In conjunction with Folger's production of AMADEUS, now playing thru December 22.

  • November 11 join Studio Theatre for a reading of THE GRADIENT by Steph Del Rosso, part of their WORK in PROCESS series supporting new works. Tess just landed her dream job at sleek tech start-up The Gradient: a center where men accused of sexual misconduct are sent to be rehabilitated. The clients go in with a lifetime of toxic male conditioning and emerge as new people, sensitized and redeemed. This event is free to attend. Reserve your spot via the link.

  • Mosaic Theater Company's next Season 5 Locally Grown reading is EAST OF THE RIVER (part 2) with Book, Lyrics, and Music by Star Johnson, directed by Jennifer L. Nelson, is Mon, November 11 at 7pm at The Atlas. Set in the DC community of Anacostia, a group of residents respond to a proposed revitalization project that threatens to gentrify the neighborhood. Purchase $15 tickets at link.

  • Factory 449 presents 2 more Pay-What-You-Can previews for their production of the play AGNES OF GOD at Anacostia Arts Center (known to cinephiles from the film with Jane Fonda, Meg Tilly & Anne Bancroft). Pay-What-You-Cans are Thurs, November 7 & Fri, November 8 at 8pm. Box office opens 30min before show time.

  • All hell breaks loose in "The Guitarist, The Mamzer, and the Bar Mitzvah" when a famous rock guitarist plays at a family Bar Mitzvah. This slyly humorous tale with a richly rewarding comic finale is the next FREE reading in Spooky Action Theater's New Works in Action series, Sun, November 10 @ 3pm. Including a talk-back to meet the playwright Irwin Hahn, director Kathryn Chase Bryer and actor Sasha Olinick.


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