Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

Ashley Johnson-Moore in Toby's Dinner Theatre's The Bodyguard

Photo by Katie Simmons-Barth

Grace Bauer and Alan Naylor in Rep Stage's Souvenir

Photo by Margot Schulman

Aaron Shields, Brigid Cleary, Danny Bernardy, Soneka Anderson in Shear Madness at The Kennedy Center.

Mike Birbiglia's The New One, on stage at The National Theatre

Photo by Stan Weinstein

Soraya Padrao and Daniel Alonso de Santos in GALA Hispanic Theatre's La vida es sueño (Life Is a Dream)

Photo by Curtis Jordan

Amy Belschner Rhodes and Catherine Gilbert in Venus Theatre's The Finger

Photo by Lock and Company

The cast of NextStop Theatre Company's Beehive

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Nikki Crawford, Samuel Ray Gates, Shannon Dorsey and Chinna Palmer in Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's Fairview

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Rex Daugherty in Solas Nua's The Smuggler

Photo by Stan Barouh

Alexandra Silber (center) and the ensemble of Olney Theatre Center's Cabaret

Photo by Teresa Wood

Sarah Marshall and Tiffany M. Thompson in Studio Theatre's Doubt

Photo by Mary Roberds

Liz Weber, Carol Randolph and Terence Heffernan in Best Medicine Rep's Helen on Wheels

Photo by Jeff Salmore

Clare Mulligan, Molly Murchie, Krystal Ramseur, Justine Hipsky, Caroline Chen and Liz Sanders in Hellcat, part of the WIT Road Show

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Ofra Daniel in Theater J's Love Sick

Photo by Christopher Banks

Aakhu TuahNera Freeman, Kevin E. Thorne II, Felicia Curry, Roz White and William T. Newman, Jr. in Mosaic Theater Company of DC's Fabulation or, The Re-Education of Undine

Photo by Christopher Mueller

The cast of Signature Theatre's Assassins

Photo by RX Loft

Amanda Palmeiro and Brian Arreola in The In Series' Butterfly

Photo by David G. Jung

Anna Fagan and Jasmine Brooks in Peter's Alley Theatre Productions' The Gulf

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Avery Whitted and Edward Gero in Folger Theatre's 1 Henry IV

  • Georgetown University's Theater & Performance Studies Program opens its 2019-20 season with "Borders & Their Shadows: A Festival of Plays on International Themes" September 19-28. All events are FREE and open to the public, but reservations are required: Sign up for events in advance.The festival features readings of "new plays by women writing across international borders, amplified by special forums with the playwrights, Georgetown faculty, and activists, offering imaginative entry points to the cascading human and social consequences of forced migration."

  • Are you an Arlington high schooler interested in a theatre career? "Signature in the Schools" is a theatrical training program unlike any other. The chance to be in a world premiere production, written, directed and staged by professional theater artists. Any high school student currently enrolled in an Arlington County public high school is eligible to apply for both acting and technical positions. No experience necessary – they’ll teach you on the job! Students interested in auditioning or interviewing for Signature in the Schools are welcome to attend on September 27 beginning at 4PM at Signature Theatre.

  • Ford’s Theatre and TodayTix have partnered to give you a chance to win free tickets for the First Free Preview of every main stage production. That's September 27 (7:30pm) for FENCES by August Wilson - with 600 available tickets to win. The lottery is easy to enter and opens Sept. 20.

  • Monkey Business is hard work...and even harder choices!
    Bob the Monkey needs your help to figure it out! InterAct Story Theatre presents the world premiere of "Bobtail Bong Bong", an interactive play for kids and families where kids make the choices that matter and you’re invited! Shows Sept. 20-28. 45 minutes, best for ages 4 and up. PLUS - enjoy activities before and after the show: Come early with your kids for crafts and pre-show activities (30 min before the performance) and stick around afterwards for a Meet-and-Greet with the actors.

  • Round House Theatre begins their season in their renovated theatre with SCHOOL GIRLS; OR, THE AFRICAN MEAN GIRLS PLAY by Jocelyn Bioh with 2 Pay-What-You-Can performances Sept 18 (7:30pm) & Sept. 21 (2pm). Tickets on sale one hour before each performance at the theatre. Also, check out details on Teen Night Sept. 20, College Night Oct. 3, plus Post-Show discussions throughout the run.

  • During the final week of performances of Mosaic Theater Company's production of "Fabulation," check out these upcoming post-show discussions & panels about themes raised in Lynn Nottage's play: Wed, September 18 (after 8PM show) - "Attainment, Fulfillment, and Resilience" and Sat, September 21 (after 3PM show which is also Open Captioned) - "You Are What You Were When."


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Playwright AUDREY CEFALY's award-winning work, The Gulf, opened last week at Peter's Alley Theatre Productions. The...

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Studio Theatre mainstay, Sarah Marshall, returns after her performance in last season's Admissions...

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When your worst day job ever lands you in the pages of People magazine, you know you've had an interesting career. EDWARD GERO is an actor well recognized in the DC-area for his work in Shakespeare...