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It’s not very often that you hear Shakespeare’s plays described as “sexy.” But to actors John Keabler and Kelley Curran, Henry IV is as sexy as it gets. The onstage couple plays hot-blooded warrior Hotspur and his wife Lady Percy in the Shakespear...See More: Stage/Screen
Two-time Tony Award-winning punk rock musical American Idiot comes to the nation’s capital from February 18 to 23 at the National Theatre. The one-act smash hit is based on punk rock band Green Day’s Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum album of t...See More: Stage/Screen
Arena Stage invites audiences to experience a landmark moment in American diplomacy in the Middle East. Camp David tells the story of the 1978 Camp David Accords, a 13-day negotiation between President Jimmy Carter, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem...See More: Stage/Screen
Sex, drugs and rock and roll…and a little bit of “dookie” (err …or more specifically hits like “American Idiot” and tons of other grimy heartfelt seminal Green Day hits in an epic sing-along dance party) ---That’s what you can expect from Green Da...See More: Stage/Screen
The Scapin adventure started as the lights went down. The set construction has a comical air that played right into the farce with round roofed houses, a spurting central water fountain and a white grand piano adding to the folly that this adaptat...See More: Stage/Screen
Who doesn’t love a good farce? Constellation Theatre Company presents musical comedy Scapin from January 16 to February 16 at Source on 14th Street. Constellation’s production of this playful farce is based on Bill Irwin and Mark O’Donnell’s adapt...See More: Stage/Screen
Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of musical comedy A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum is truly young at heart. More than half of the professional cast is under 40 and led by 29-year-old STC Associate Director Alan Paul.See More: Stage/Screen
Bursting at the seams with rancorously witty comedy, The Lyons comes to the DC area through December 22. Written by Nicky Silver, the play centers around the Lyon family during their most intimate and uncensored moments of familial crises.See More: Stage/Screen
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner was one of the first films to face the issue of race relations head on. Nearly five decades later, Arena Stage presents the contemporary stage adaptation of the classic 1967 film in a production that confirms the subje...See More: Stage/Screen
36 Views is a play written by Naomi Iizuka, a multicultural screenwriter who was born and raised in Tokyo and spent time in Indonesia, the Netherlands, and Washington DC. She earned a MFA from UC San Diego and her work has spanned the US. The titl...See More: Stage/Screen
Margaret Cho is a well-known stand-up comedienne, actor, singer/songwriter, author, fashion designer, and humanitarian. Her career began in stand-up comedy at the age of 14 after winning a comedy contest to open for Jerry Seinfeld. Since then she ...See More: Stage/Screen
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