Production History Archive
This production history database is comprised of Helen Hayes Award-eligible productions since late 2011.
We recognize the incomplete nature of the data including the decades of history preceding it. Please use this form to report errors or incomplete information.
Don’t miss America’s favorite Dragapella© Beautyshop Quartet in their triumphant return to Theater J.
Chris performs as drag persona Cara Linda, sure to make the Yuletide Gay!
Erin wraps “a voice that envelops and uplifts” around songs which explore the mysteries, agonies, ecstasies, and the humor intrinsic to human experience.
Filled with humorous stories from Christmases past and everyone’s favorite holiday songs.
An in person and LIVE STREAMING holiday cabaret starring Sophia Manicone!
This original holiday musical sold out the last season we produced it. We’ve updated our confection of holiday show-stoppers with new song and dance numbers.
A Scroogue-esque woman hates Christmas, resents her family, and doubts humanity--until a dose of Christmas magic and human compassion opens her eyes.
A Snowy Nite at the Dew Drop Inn, directed by Stephawn Stephens (The Black Nativity), reopens this holiday season at the Anacostia Playhouse.
The immortal text of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream mingles with music by Henry Purcell in a nostalgic radio drama performance.
Holiday classics condensed for comedy chaos!
From the late August Wilson, one of America’s greatest playwrights and creator of award-winning titles like Fences, comes this autobiographical tour de force.
The revolutionary punk-rock sensation comes to Olney Theatre Center.
It wouldn't be the holidays without Olney's favorite Christmas tradition.
The 2020 Pulitzer Prize-winner about a black, queer writer writing his original musical… about a black, queer writer writing his original musical.
Dry Bones is a complex story about "returning citizens," their families and the thriving social conditions which they must navigate.
A heartfelt story of truth, discovery, and romance imbued with gorgeous magical realism and fascinating true history of Sephardic Judaism in the Southwest.
The great South African playwright’s meditation on education and its role in the struggle for justice, along with its sad limits in a culture of oppression.