Theatre Washington Updates
The latest news and announcements from our team.
It was recently announced that Peter Marks, Chief Theater Critic at the Washington Post, will leave his position at the end of the year.
Theatre Washington Will Relocate to Office Space at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Downtown DC
The 2023 Helen Hayes Awards took place on Monday, May 22. Recognizing work from productions presented in 2022, awards were given in 41 categories.
After a considered and intentional process to diversify our leadership, we are thrilled to introduce new members of our Board of Directors.
On January 30, 2023 the nominees for the 2023 Helen Hayes Awards were announced in 41 categories.
Deisi is an arts administrator, currently working as the box office manager at Olney Theatre Center.
Billie Krishawn is a performer and teaching artist, living in Washington, DC and working on stages throughout the region.
Group of 24 Arts Service Orgs Make Collective Statement of Support for Nataki Garrett, Artistic Director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Washington, DC-area Theatres Evaluate Mask-Wearing as Pandemic Protocols Evolve
Are you interested in learning more about becoming a Helen Hayes Judge? For the 2023 calendar year, Theatre Washington is searching for volunteer judges.
Theatre Washington is excited to partner with Round House Theatre to host the DC Area Theatre Jobs Fair on Monday August 29, 2022 from 2 - 6 pm.
Theatre Washington has recently engaged in a process to evaluate its volunteer Board of Directors including committee structure and processes.
A contract position for approximately 10-15 hours per week in 2-3 hours per day increments.
Significantly more audience members respond negatively than positively about ending mask & vaccine requirements in theatres.
The Taking Care Medical and Covid-19 Expanded Emergency Relief Funds have merged
The award will recognize outstanding and creative leadership.
Washington, DC-area theatres will continue to require proof of vaccination for artists, staff, and audiences and mask-wearing
Ford’s Theatre audiences & company of A Christmas Carol raised $22,109.83 for the Taking Care Fund.