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Weekend Roundup: By Land, Sea, Air...or Time?by Dan McEvily

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week's Roundup features 7 shows whose settings change based on land, air, or sea transportation. But let’s not forget that these...

The Art of the Actor

Arena Stage: E. Faye Butler Tells the Storyby Otis Ramsey-Zöe

The incomparable E. Faye Butler has graced Washington stages so many times that we tend to claim her as our own. Arena Stage productions include Smokey Joe's CaféPullman Porter BluesTrouble in...

The Wright Stuff

Theater J: Local Playwright Tackles Local Truthsby Hannah Hessel Ratner

Theater J has made a huge commitment over the past few years to local playwrights, with its Locally Grown new play initiative embracing writers in all stages of their process....

Theatre Roundup

Weekend Roundup: Embrace Your Imaginationby Dan McEvily

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week's Roundup features 8 shows focused on imaginary characters and stories. If you want to fly on a magic carpet or solve a mystery, you...

The Art of the Actor

Gala Hispanic: The Astonishment of Natalia Mirandaby Otis Ramsey-Zöe

In her native Chile, Natalia Miranda entered college with dreams of being a geneticist. Happily, a theatre elective taken during her freshman year sparked a new passion. She has since appeared on stages in New York, DC and across the globe. She...

Final Bow

In Memoriam: Saying Goodbye to theatreWashington Board Member Richard Schwartzby Linda Levy

In February of 2012 theatreWashington Chairman Victor Shargai and I lunched with a dapper gentleman who had indicated an interest in supporting the work of theatreWashington. He invited us to his favorite table at his favorite haunt where...

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Theater J: Looking to the Futureby Norman Allen

As the dust settles following the DC Jewish Community Center's controversial dismissal of Ari Roth – Theater J...

At Rise

NextStop Theatre: The Elden Street Players Go Proby Jamila Reddy

NextStop Theatre has been around for 27 years, making it one of the longest-standing companies in the DC-Maryland-Virginia (DMV) area that you’ve probably never heard of. That’s because...

Theatre Roundup

Weekend Roundup: People Will Say We're In Loveby Dan McEvily

Each week, theatreWashington will provide you with a list of things to do for the upcoming weekend. This week's Roundup features ten shows focused on the upcoming holiday of love- Valentine’s Day. From adolescent crushes to loyal...

On That Note!

Imagination Stage: Harry Pickens on Myth and Musicby Norman Allen

Playwright Suzan Zeder had already experienced significant success with her children’s play Wiley and the Hairy Man when Peter Holloway, Artistic...

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