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Roz White, Bernardine Mitchell, and Ashley Ware Jenkins in MetroStage's production of Three Sistahs

Photo by Kevin Berne

Roscoe Orman and Eddie Ray Jackson in Round House Theatre's production of Fetch Clay, Make Man

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Alex Mills and Paata Tsikurishvili in Synetic Theater's production of The Island of Dr. Moreau

Photo by Igor Dmitry

Birgit Huppuch and Tom Story in Studio Theatre's production of The Wolfe Twins

Photo by Val Radev

Ariana Almajan and Marlowe Vilchez in Ambassador Theater's production of Rage

  • Round House Theatre invites students to collaborate with their peers to create an original play in just one day! Each Day Off! features a new and exciting story genre to explore as well as a unique specialty skill. Specialties will include dance, music, puppetry, movement, or unique disciplines in the performing arts. The next

  • Arena Stage is inviting wounded warriors, service men and women, and their families to a complimentary dinner and performance of Fiddler on the Roof on Friday, November 28. Arena Stage is working primarily through the USO-Metro to distribute the tickets irrespective of rank.

  • Auditions for The Theatre Lab’s 2015 Honors Acting Conservatory class will be held on Tuesday, October 28, at 7 pm and Saturday, November 1, at 10 am. If you are interested in the Conservatory but have not yet completed an application, you can still submit one to be considered, but you must do so prior to scheduling an audition. Call 202-824-0449 to schedule a time to audition.

  • Congratulations to Founder and Executive Director of Imagination Stage Bonnie Fogel for being the recipient of the Montgomery County Arts and Humanities' Lifetime Impact Award.

  • Congratulations to all individuals being recognized at the 29th Annual Mayor's Arts Awards! We are especially proud to announce that Victor Shargai, longtime theatreWashington Board Chair and ubiquitous theatre-community cheerleader, will be honored at the Mayor's Arts Awards on Wednesday, October 29, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at GWU's Lisner Auditorium. Tickets to the Awards are free. Click here for more information.

  • Infinite Variety Productions is bringing their latest show, Censored on Final Approach by Phylis Ravel, to the Women in Military Service For America Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery. Performances will be held on November 9th and 10th, and admission is free to the public.

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