A “taut, smart, queasily of-the-moment” (Vogue) drama which premiered at The Public Theater in 2018 is coming back to Studio Theatre this month to debut as its first audio play. The political drama Kings by Alexandria, VA native Sarah Burgess comes just in time for… Read More
Miss Opera? This moving truck has been transformed into a mobile concert venue, complete with stage, lights, sound, and an electric grand piano.
When Arena Stage stages Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It! later this month, it’ll be free, outdoors, and featuring two-time Helen Hayes award-winner E. Faye Butler in the lead role.
It would surprise no one who has lived through 2020 that the Pantone Color of the Year was Classic Blue. But, with Crystalline, ARTECHOUSE takes the blues out of their doldrums and highlights instead their peace and tranquility.
All the Devils Are Here: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain, an immersive sound experience called Blindness, The Crucible, The Chairs, Red Velvet, and As You Like It comprise STC’s upcoming season, offered as both online or in socially-distanced theatrical options when DC reaches Phase 3.
Many attendees dressed up in their homes, though for the participating actors, this year’s Shakespeare Theatre Company Gala was a Come As You Are occasion.
The 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards virtually showcased dynamic performances and surprise guests at its annual evening to recognize and honor the trendsetters of creative Washington.
For over 50 years, the Folger Shakespeare Library has held its O.B. Hardison Poetry Series, and 2020 will be no different. Emerging and established voices of poetry cannot be silenced by a pandemic, people! And coronavirus is actually making this year’s readings that much more… Read More
This October, Strathmore is welcoming the community back — with care — to its 16-acre campus in North Bethesda, MD to experience Monuments: Creative Forces, an outdoor installation by Australian artist Craig Walsh. The exhibition’s subjects will be artists whose work changes the shape of… Read More
“Her Story: A Century of Women Writers” celebrates 24 of the most influential female American authors. It features portraits of women from diverse backgrounds whose books have become classics and whose words are well known.