Photo by Igor Dmitry

The ensemble of Studio Theatre's production of Carrie: The Musical

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Kate Eastwood Norris and Brad Koed in Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's production of Stupid Fucking Bird

On August 18, over 60 actors from the Washington area will sing, dance, and strip to support Taking Care of Our Own. Join us on August 18 for this naughty, bawdy burlesque: Summer Hummer: Ménage à Trois.

Photo by Margot Schulman

James Konicek in Imagination Stage's production of The BFG

Photo by Evan Bradley-Lewis

Harrison Smith in Infinity Theatre Company's production of The Emperor's New Clothes

  • The combined Boards of Olney Theatre Center for the Arts and Olney Theatre Corporation, led by President Jennifer Kneeland, are pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah Ellinghaus as Managing Director, beginning August 26, 2014.

  • Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company will host Pay What You Can performances of Stupid Fucking Bird at 8pm on Monday, July 28th and Tuesday, July 29th. Tickets go on sale at 6pm and are first-come, first-served.

  • Blast off with Pointless Theatre's The Solar System Show on Saturday, August 2nd and Saturday, August 16th. All performances are FREE, and the suggested age is 3-8 years accompanied by an adult. Click here for more info.

  • The In Series is very excited to present their 2014-15 season: A Musical Feast. Click here to view the cornucopia of music spanning the genres of opera, art song, musical theatre, and Latino popular music presented in fully staged productions, cabarets, and a concert recital.

  • Signature Theatre’s Open House will take place on Saturday, August 2nd, from noon to 10pm. Free and open to the public, this special event is an entire day full of exciting performances, demonstrations, master classes, exhibits, a concert on the plaza, and kids’ activities offered both inside and outside the Signature Theatre complex. The entire schedule and list of performers can be viewed here.

  • Molotov Theatre Group is proud to announce that the acknowledged authority on Grand Guignol, Professor Richard Hand of the University of Glamorgan in Wales, has agreed to add his expertise to the company as Artistic Advisor.

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