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Brett Schneider in Olney Theatre Center's The Magic Play

Photo by Grace Toulotte

Erin Weaver, Holly Twyford and Gregory Linington in Round House Theatre's Or,

Photo by Stan Barouh

Tom Story and Nathan Hinton in Mosaic Theater Company of DC's Blood Knot

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Raven Bonniwell and Robert Pike in We Happy Few Productions' Henry V

Photo by Joan Marcus

Karen Eilbacher and Abby Corrigan in the national tour Fun Home at The National Theatre.

  • Join InterAct Story Theatre's KidStory Theatre Festival on May 6 at 11am at Glenallan Elementary School. Part of their Wheaton Family Theatre Series, celebrate a wonderful year of arts for kids and families with a special festival of stories and plays written by kids for kids! Great for all ages 4 and up.

  • Rorschach Theatre has Pay-What-You-Can performances of FORGOTTEN KINGDOMS by Randy Baker April 21 – 28. Pay-What-You-Can tickets must be purchased at the door for each performance. Synopsis: On a small island in Indonesia, a wooden house balances on stilts over a churning sea. In this house Reverend David Holiday tries to convert a skeptical young local whose fate has become improbably intertwined with his own. At stake this night is the life of the young man’s father, the future of this island’s ancient culture and the happiness of an American family caught between worlds. As the night turns into morning, the fate of David’s haunted young son becomes the biggest question of all.

  • Imagination Stage announced that Artistic Director, Janet Stanford, has been awarded the 2017 Harold Oaks Award (Individual) by Theatre for Young Audiences/USA (TYA/USA). The award, presented at the One Theatre World in May, is to acknowledge the significant contributions of individuals and organizations in the Theatre for Young Audiences field in the US. The Harold Oaks Awards ask how nominees have contributed to the artistic development of the field of Theatre for Young Audiences, how they’ve brought national recognition to the field, how they’ve contributed to and interacted with their local community, and how they’ve contributed to a global/diverse understanding of the field of Theatre for Young Audiences. CONGRATULATIONS!

  • Upcoming at Keegan Theatre: Workshop Reading of WEST BY GOD on April 23 3pm. WEST BY GOD is a funny, heartwarming, and gut-wrenchingly honest new play, by West Virginia native and Keegan company member Brandon McCoy, that challenges and examines the meaning of home. Free talk-back after the reading. $5 general admission.

  • Shakespeare's Birthday Open House is coming up on Sun, Apr 23, 12-4pm, at Folger Shakespeare Library. The day includes stage combat demonstrations, Elizabethan crafts, and birthday cake for all and a special appearance by Queen Elizabeth I herself. Tour the Folger Library reading rooms and see musical and theatrical performances. Food trucks will be stationed in Puck’s Circle. FREE.

  • Solas Nua has a Free Play Reading April 17, 7pm at Kelly's Irish Times (14 F Street NW near Union Station) of Here Comes the Night by Rosemary Jenkinson set in East Belfast, November 1966 and May 2016. Featuring Joseph Carlson, Madeleine Carr, Matthew Ward, Sara Corey, Sasha Olinick and directed by Thomas Keegan.

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