Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Nicholas Edwards, Ari McKay Wilford (foreground) and the cast of Signature Theatre's Jesus Christ Superstar

Photo by Nathan Hawkins

Laura Stracko in Infinity Theatre Company's A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline

Photo by Grace Toulotte

Eugene Lee in Round House Theatre's How I Learned What I Learned

Photo by Teresa Wood

Gregory Linington and Lise Bruneau in Theater J's Broken Glass

  • The Atlas Performing Arts Center welcomes applications from performing artists and companies for their INTERSECTIONS Festival 2018 - February 23 to March 10, 2018. INTERSECTIONS is a performing arts festival which presents work that impacts our society, culture, and world by informing, inspiring, educating, and entertaining. Deadline: August 15, 2017, 5PM.

  • Theater J is presenting Arthur Miller's riveting psychological drama Broken Glass set in 1938 Brooklyn at the same time Kristallnacht is unfolding in Nazi Germany. In association with United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, three performances—June 25, July 2, and July 9—will feature post-production discussions with Museum historians. For more information, visit

  • Theater Alliance presents THE PUNCH! - An Evening of Six New 10-Minute Plays on Tues, June 20 at 8pm. They asked DC playwrights to submit a new, 10-minute play about women throwing all the punches and the evening featuring plays by John Bavoso, Patrick Flynn, Farah Lawal Harris, Sam Mauceri, Stephen Spotswood and Brittany Willis. Presented as part of The Hothouse New Play Development Series and in conversation with Still Life with Rocket, currently onstage at the Anacostia Playhouse.

  • Theater J begins performances this week for Broken Glass with June 14 & 15 as Pay-What-You-Can previews at 7:30pm each evening. A riveting psychological drama from one of America’s master playwrights, Arthur Miller. Set in Brooklyn throughout the rampage of Kristallnacht in 1938, this rare and gripping drama demands we confront our fears, our assumptions, and our anguish.

  • Karen Berman and Sidra Rausch celebrate their 15th Anniversary of Washington Women in Theatre with new plays by women. Readings continue this week Wed-Fri. $12 tickets at Schedule includes:
    Wed, June 14 (8pm) "Uncle Julie" - featuring SUSAN ROME and SASHA OLINICK.
    Thurs, June 15 (8pm) "Reminder", Mother Nature" and "Watch"
    Fri, June 16 (8pm) "Reminder", Mother Nature" and "Watch"

  • Caroline Bowman (Broadway's Wicked and Kinky Boots, a 2016 Helen Hayes Award nominee for the Kennedy Center's Evita, next appearing at Toby's Dinner Theatre in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat thru June 23) and Austin Colby (Signature's West Side Story, and The Sound of Music National Tour currently playing at the Kennedy Center) celebrate a premarital cabaret. The Washington, D.C. Favorites return home to plan their wedding and sing some love songs on stage with Monumental Theatre Company. The evening will also include silent auctions, raffles, refreshments, and a chance to learn about what Monumental has in store for the summer. Silent Auction begins at 7:30pm and the show at 8pm.


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