Photo by Jabari Jefferson

Krinessa Pinket and Jennifer Lee in Anacostia Playhouse's Happy Ending

Photo by Bruce Douglas

Carlos Castillo and Michelle Polera in Adventure Theatre MTC's Tinker Bell

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

Heather Marie Beck in Toby's Dinner Theatre's Mamma Mia!

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

The cast of The Hypocrites' H.M.S. Pinafore at Olney Theatre Center.

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Evgenia Eliseeva

The cast of The Hypocrites' The Pirates of Penzance at Olney Theatre Center.

Photo by the Puppet Co.

the Puppet Co.'s production of Peter and the Wolf

Photo by Joan Marcus-Chicago company

The National Tour of Hamilton, now at The Kennedy Center

Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography

Joshua Simon and Jared H. Graham in 4615 Theatre Company's Macbeth

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Dan Felton and Susan Derry in Keegan Theatre's The Bridges of Madison County

Photo by Matthew Murphy

Adrianna Hicks and N'Jameh Camara in The Color Purple at The Kennedy Center

Photo by Margot Schulman

Drew Gehling, Bryonha Marie Parham and Douglas Sills in Arena Stage's Dave

Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography

Joshua Simon, Alani Kravitz, Jared H. Graham, Brendan McMahon, Matthew Castleman and Charlene V. Smith in 4615 Theatre Company's Dinner

Photo by Joshua McKerrow

Bethany Mayo and Clay Vanderbeek in Annapolis Shakespeare Company's The Miser.

Photo by Lock and Company

The cast of NextStop Theatre Company's Amour

  • Constellation Theatre Company holds a Pay-What-You-Can Preview Fri, August 10 (8pm) for their production of Melancholy Play by celebrated writer Sarah Ruhl. All tickets sold at the door starting 1 hour prior to curtain time, first come, first served basis, no advance sales. They'll also have $15 Preview Sat, August 11 (8pm), and $25 Preview Sun, August 12 (8pm)

  • The National Players are back previewing Shakespeare's Twelfth Night before they take the show on the road. Two Pay-What -You-Can performances are on August 16 and 17 in Olney Theatre Center's Historic Theatre. All donations go towards National Players. CASH ONLY. Tickets purchased on the day-of show at the box office starting at 5pm. All purchases must be in-person and in CASH. No phone or internet sales.

  • Coming up August 10 & 11 at Creative Cauldron...​Enjoy and be enlightened by a night of talented teens from the award winning Music Therapy Center in " A Place To Be" featuring songs about the struggles that teens go through.

  • An exciting new partnership between The Theatre Lab and Levine Music's Act Two Pre-Professional music theater program for high school students (led by Helen Hayes Awards recipients Tracy Olivera and Walter Bobby McCoy). This partnership strives to expand musical theatre training to high school students and adults.

  • GALA Hispanic Theatre's Paso Nuevo & Summer Youth program will present Blood Wedding at GALA’s Main Stage on Friday, August 3 at 8PM. This adaptation, by GALA veteran Cornelia Cody, of Federico Garcia Lorca’s play will explore gang warfare in our city through a bilingual performance that will be FREE and open to the public.

  • DC Resident Creatives! Applications are OPEN for the Fall Session of the District’s Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment's 202Creates Residency Program (Sep-Dec) - available to DC residents & businesses, in all 8 Wards, working in the creative industries, providing space, resources & community to creative entrepreneurs to build their businesses and further their projects. Application deadline: August 3 at 11:59PM.


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