Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by RCG

Sara Barker in Rainbow Theatre Project's Clothes for a Summer Hotel

Photo by Stan Barouh

Vaughn Ryan Midder, Clayton Pelham, Jr. and Tendo Nsubuga in Mosaic Theater Company of DC's Native Son

Photo by Thom Goertel

Susan Galbraith and Roz White in Alliance for New Music-Theatre's Black Pearl Sings

Photo by Clay Teunis

Carol Spring and Steve LaRocque in Quotidian Theatre Company's Ghost-Writer

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Gary L. Perkins III, Simon Kiser and Seth Hill in Studio Theatre's P.Y.G. Or The Mis-Edumaction Of Dorian Belle

Photo by Carol Rosegg

Jade Jones and Christopher Mueller in Ford's Theatre's Into the Woods

Photo by Margot Schulman

Solomon Parker III, Nicki Elledge and Ian Anthony Coleman in Signature Theatre's Grand Hotel

Photo by Christine Jean Chambers

Liza Jessie Peterson in Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company's The Peculiar Patriot

Photo by Bruce Douglas

Derrick Truby Jr and Billie Krishawn in Adventure Theatre MTC's Winnie The Pooh

Photo by Elizabeth Kemmerer

Evan Crump and Kira Burri in Best Medicine Rep's Play Date

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

Jessica Bennett and Sam Kobren in Toby's Dinner Theatre's The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Photo by Stan Barouh

The cast of Olney Theatre Center's Ken Ludwig's A Comedy of Tenors

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Edward Gero, Perry Young and Thomas Keegan in Arena Stage's Junk

Photo by Claire Kimball

Jared H. Graham and Mackenzie Larsen in Brave Spirits Theatre's As You Like It

Photo by Stan Barouh

James J. Johnson and Jeremy Keith Hunter in Mosaic Theater Company of DC's Les Deux Noirs: Notes on Notes of a Native Son

  • Rorschach Theatre holds PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN performances Fri, 4/19 & Sat, 4/20 @ 8PM & Sun, 4/21 at 3PM for the new play Annie Jump & the Library of Heaven. Annie Jump, a small-town teen and science genius, comes face to face with her worst nightmare: a popular girl. When she learns that this girl with great hair might be an intergalactic super computer tasked with bringing humanity to the stars, she must decide what is worth sacrificing to fulfill her destiny.

  • Tony Award winning composer Jason Robert Brown and actor Lindsay Mendez appear in concert April 18 at The Kennedy Center, singing from Jason’s songbook with his band. The evening also features the nine Musical Theatre Fellows of Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival (celebrating it's 50th anniversary) from across the United States and Helen Hayes Award winner Tracy Lynn Olivera.

  • The Folger Shakespeare Library continues its celebration of Wm Shakespeare's birthday month with a FREE event on April 22: The Shakespeare Birthday Lecture "Rough Magic: Performing Shakespeare through Gaming Technology." Since it was first performed, Shakespeare’s The Tempest has enticed directors to stage the play’s magical beings and events through new technologies. This lecture examines the most recent of these experiments.

  • On the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage April 18 (6pm) - The Michael Kanin Playwriting Awards Short Play Showcase. Presenting a selection of short plays performed, with national finalists competing for the Gary Garrison National Ten-Minute Play Award and the John Cauble Award for Outstanding Short Play, and features leading actors from the Washington, D.C. community.

  • Solas Nua presents a FREE reading on Mon, April 22 of THE HONEY TRAP by Leo McGann and directed by Matt Torney. Reading takes place at The Mansion on O Street in Dupont Circle and reservations are recommended.

  • FREE performances and events for kids and families in Wheaton - Saturday, April 13. InterAct Story Theatre Presents "Marian Licha, A Magical Journey through Latin America" as part of their Wheaton Family Theatre Series. Best for ages 3 and up. Puerto Rican-born actor and storyteller Marian Licha weaves alluring and interactive folktales in both English and Spanish, including Puerto Rican “Juan Bobo” stories, her own personal anecdotes, and short bilingual songs in an engaging program that lifts the spirit with humor and life-lessons from the oral tradition.


10 Questions


In February, JESSICA BENNETT earned herself a Helen Hayes Award nomination for her outstanding lead performance last year as Velma Kelly in The Keegan Theatre's Chicago. It's a long way from her...

10 Questions


Is it any surprise that the multi-talented JESSICA AIMONE has taken on the Bard's spirited heroines as director of Brave Spirits Theatre's production of ...

10 Questions


Last year, RAYANNE GONZALES won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical (Hayes Production) for her role in the hit musical In The Heights (Round House Theatre,...