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David James, MaryKate Brouillet, Lawrence B. Munsey, David Bosley-Reynolds, Priscilla Cuellar, Shawn Kettering, and Gavin Willard in Toby's Dinner Theatre's production of The Addam's Family.

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Tia Shearer and Michael Kevin Darnall in Spooky Action Theater's production of Last of the Whyos

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O.J. the cat and Thomas Keegan in Constellation Theatre Company's production of The Lieutenant of Inishmore

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Amelia Pedlow and Anthony Roachin the Shakespeare
Theatre Company’s production of The Metromaniacs.

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Alina Collins Maldonado, Luz Nicolas, and Natalia Miranda in GALA Hispanic Theatre's production of Los Empenos de Una Casa/House of Desires

  • Faction of Fools Theatre will host workshop performances of Frankenstein, including a sneak peek at developing scenes, Feb. 25 – March 1. With a full production scheduled for October’s Women’s Voices Theatre Festival, Frankenstein uses just five actors to bring Mary Shelley’s Gothic classic to life in Faction's unique brand of physical comedy.

  • Synetic Theatre will hold a benefit performance of its latest production Much Ado About Nothing on March 3 from 6:30 to 10:30 pm. For more information, please click here.

  • TC Carson, who is currently appearing in Bessie's Blues at MetroStage, will appear in Voice Plus, an evening of improvisation between vocalist and musician, at MetroStage on March 3 at 8pm.

  • As part of its series of readings of Noel Coward’s cycle of miniatures, originally produced as Tonight at 8:30, The Washington Stage Guild will have a free reading of Fumed Oak, Shadow Play on Tuesday, March 10, 7pm, at the Undercroft Theatre.

  • The DeVos Institute of Arts Management hosts the panel discussion Diversity in the Arts: Legends in the Field on March 12, tapping the brilliant leadership behind today’s African American and Latino theater and dance companies. Included are Lou Bellamy, Penumbra Theater Company; Míriam Colón, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre; and Rita Moreno, the first and only Puerto Rican actress to win an Oscar, Emmy, Tony, and Grammy.

  • The cast of Wiley and the Hairy Man at Imagination Stage will host a "hootenanny" after their 7pm show on February 28. Audience members are encouraged to bring their favorite instrument and play along with the cast after the show.

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