Photo by Katie Simmons-Barth

Jonathan Palmer, Christian Gibbs and Dylan Fleming in Rep Stage's Kill Move Paradise

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Scott Suchman

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

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

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 Traci J Brooks

Carl Williams and Anna Phillips-Brown in NextStop Theatre Company's Ordinary Days

Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography

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

Photo by Cameron Whitman

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

Photo by Aubri O'Connor

Pauline Lamb, Carolyn Kashner and Boneza Valdez Hanchock in Nu Sass Productions' Weep

Photo by Claire Kimball

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

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Alexander Strain, Kathryn Tkel and Tessa Klein in Theater J's The Wanderers

Photo by William T. Gallagher

Iyona Blake in Creative Cauldron's Crowns

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

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 Johnny Shryock

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

Photo by Stan Barouh

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

Photo by Manaf Azzam

Justin Weaks and Noah Schaefer in Theater Alliance's This Bitter Earth

Photo by Henry Grossman

Kathryn Hunter and the cast of Shakespeare Theatre Company's Timon of Athens

Photo by Margot Schulman

Unissa Cruse and Jonathan Atkinson in Imagination Stage's Thumbelina

Photo by Claire Kimball

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


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

Photo by Sarah Straub

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

Photo by Stan Weinstein

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

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

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

Photo by Christopher Mueller

The cast of Signature Theatre's Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes

Photo by Cameron Whitman

John Jones and Vishwas in The Keegan Theatre's Boy

Photo by Cameron Whitman

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

  • Best Medicine Rep's FREE reading series continues with Roberts Dames' PREPPING FOR WIDOWHOOD-Sunday, March 1 at 2:30pm. Four women in their 70s consider on-line dating as the solution to surviving widowhood. But the pickings are slim… Directed by Catherine Aselford.

  • Join Theatre Prometheus Sun, March 1 at the Atlas' Intersections Festival for a reading of new play “the wolf you feed” by Darcy Parker Bruce, directed by Patrick Gallagher Landes, before it returns to the stage for its full, world-premiere production this August. TICKETS are $10

  • Due to casting changes, the first four preview performances of Arena Stage's “Celia and Fidel” have been cancelled due to a cast change. Preview performances for this world premiere by Eduardo Machado will resume on Tuesday, March 3.

  • Constellation Theatre Company has extended their production of "The 39 Steps" thru March 15! And don't miss this weekend's Epic Exchanges event, Sun, March 1 at 4 PM - FREE and open to all ticket holders for this show, regardless of date. Dive into Alfred Hitchcock’s rich body of film work with Despina Kakoudaki, Associate Professor of Literature and Director of the Humanities Lab at American University. Q&A to follow.

  • 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.


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We've all been there, applauding at curtain call and the cast gestures their thanks to the orchestra, the director, and... who are we clapping for now? It's likely the show's stage manager, the person who does a bit of...

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