The latest news and announcements from our partner theatres and the Washington, DC-area theatre community.
The playwright talks about the comedy he gender-swapped from his popular farce 'Lend Me a Tenor.'
The playwright and director opens up about the deliberate patience built into his three-hour 'theater verité' play at Woolly Mammoth.
The wickedly funny playwright talks about assimilation and Jewish identity.
In an in-depth conversation, the artistic director shares the conception and components of a new play with music inspired by a lost Euripides play.
In 'Something Moving,' the renowned playwright reflects on Atlanta’s first Black mayor, Maynard Jackson, for whom she was press secretary and speech writer.
The award-winning playwright and screenwriter on why he writes about life, death, and the soul.
Get to know the creative duo who are up for the prestigious Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play or Musical.
At Shakespeare Theatre, Elizabeth Stahlmann stars as Dr. Rebecca Erbelding, the real-life archivist who received a mysterious album of Nazi photographs.
The incoming artistic director of Spooky Action Theater is the face of renewed hope for a company whose very survival was in doubt just a year ago.
Inside the creation of the Arena Stage production, which transforms our understanding of a great work in a way that finds in it new truth.
A chat with friend and playwright Bob Bartlett about her very personal play now at 1st Stage.
As Prologue's resplendent production transfers to NextStop, the designer and director share their winning recipe for authenticity and astonishment.
The actors play Shakespeare and his apprentice in their friend Talene Monahan's feminist revenge farce now at Shakespeare Theatre Company.
A frank conversation with the eminent artist about being 'chased by race' and an exclusive excerpt from his inspiring new memoir, 'My Own Directions.'
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre at Howard Community College, will present its final season with “Ghost/Writer” and “Falsettos”.
Theater J is proud to announce the winner of the 2022 Patty Abramson Jewish Play Prize: Alicia Louzoun-Heisler with her play Bashert.
Theater J is proud to announce the winner of the 2022 Theater J Trish Vradenburg New Jewish Play Prize: Itamar Moses with his play The Ally.
A conversation with playwright Ari Roth and dramaturg Debbie Minter Jackson previews "My Calamitous Affair with the Minister of Culture and Censorship."
The coauthor and director of ‘Old Stock’—coming to Theater J—talks about how the acclaimed klezmer musical merges comedy and sex with the sorrow of loss.