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Weekend Roundup: Legendary All-Starsby Kelsey Secules

Every Wednesday, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of suggestions for things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week’s Roundup features legendary characters that are very familiar with the spotlight. From entertainment and...

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The Writers of theatreWashington: Going Deepby Norman Allen

When theatreWashington President & CEO Linda Levy invited me to develop and deepen the company’s web coverage, it seemed the perfect opportunity to get re-acquainted with the region’s range of companies and...

The Wright Stuff

Building the Tiny House Playsby Hannah Hessel Ratner

Proving its commitment to new work that reflects the unique qualities of our region, Pinky Swear Productions recently invited six playwrights to write short plays to be performed in the tiny houses...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Theresa Cunninghamby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 
The first Broadway show I ever saw was The Tap Dance Kid with Savion Glover. I remember thinking that the performers looked...

Theatre Roundup

Weekend Roundup: Delightful Differencesby Kelsey Secules

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of suggestions for things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week’s Roundup features 13 shows that highlight and celebrate characters of diversity. From race and religion to...

The Art of the Actor

Carving Out Character: Two Actors in Processby Otis Ramsey-Zöe

Dramaturg and Howard University lecturer Otis Ramsey-Zöe launches his new series The Art of the Actor in conversation with Joy Jones and Maduka Steady as they delve into the rehearsal process for Belleville...

At Rise

Taffety Punk: A Theatreband Mentalityby Jamila Reddy

Taffety Punk’s inaugural production, The Devil in His Own Words, was performed at the...

10 Questions

Take Ten with Thomas Keeganby Sandy Bass

1. What was the first show you ever saw, and what impact did it have? 
I believe the first play I ever saw was a production of Henry V at PTTP (...

Theatre Roundup

Weekend Roundup: I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar!by Kelsey Secules

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of suggestions for things to do for the upcoming weekend. In this week’s Roundup we feature some fierce ladies, and although they may not be Beyoncé, these women are...

On That Note!

Jill Sobule: A New Score for an Old Taleby Norman Allen

On That Note! explores the musical theatre’s collaborative process by focusing on the individual members of the creative team. This week, we look at the work of composer-lyricist Jill Sobule whose score for Yentl can be heard...

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