Explore everything #DCTheatre has to offer. With interactive exhibits, performances, discussions, & more, immerse yourself in what’s on DC-area stages.
Flirting with fandom has never looked so good. Out feature night is a celebration of nerdlesque as you’ve never seen it before.
Join Potomac River Partners to celebrate World Rivers Day with an outdoor pop concert on the floating stage at the DC Wharf Transit Pier.
Use your improv and acting skills to present medical conditions to a team of medical students who then must use their training for the diagnosis.
Enjoy a pre-show discussion with THE BROTHERS PARANORMAL's playwright Prince Gomolvilas
What’s the best way to explore the ever-evolving world of DC theater? By bicycle!
This tour takes you to the city's historic theater venues through the streets of DC to reveal decades of women's contributions to the artistic community.
This is a free family event appropriate for all ages at the Olney Library.
If you enjoyed our screening of films from DCSAFF last April, then why not join us again for horror highlights from the D.C. Asian Pacific American Film Fest!
A robust conversation about the depth and range of the upcoming 2023-2024 theatre season in the DC-area.
Join Madison Chapman of Young Playwrights Theater, for a three week series to learn how to write a 10- Minute Play.
This immersive, multimedia exhibit celebrates DC’s early Black women performers and playwrights.
This course is designed to improve student performance in all the major aspects of auditioning for the theatre.
Peek inside the mind of a playwright whose story ideas won't leave him alone.
This class explore exercises to keep you actively in the “now” of the moment at an audition.
Learn the special skills required to perform Shakespeare and other pre-1800’s dramatists well.
This course applies the concepts of Meisner Technique I to a variety of scripted scenes.
Students work through the iconic acting exercises created by famed actress and teacher Uta Hagen.
An exploration of the numerous elements that go into a successful audition for the screen.