Once is the indie darling of Broadway musicals. Inspired by the 2007 film – which was made in Ireland for only $150,000 and later went on to win the Academy Award for Best Original Song – the play tells the simple, relatable story of two people wh...See More: Stage/Screen
Audiences are in for an extraordinary ride with Cirque du Soleil’s latest adventure, at George Mason University’s Patriot Center from July 22 to 26. Varekai tells the story of a nomadic young man in a strange and magical world who must embark on a...See More: Stage/Screen
Fresh on the heels of a major renovation to its Church Street location in Dupont Circle, Keegan Theatre presents Cat on a Hot Tin Roof from June 27 to July 25.See More: Stage/Screen
On Tap, Shakespeare Theatre and Sam Adams hosted a Young Professionals Happy Hour for after the showing of "Taruffe" playing this month at Sidney Harman Hall. Photos: Shelly CoatesSee More: Stage/Screen
Seven books in 70 minutes, a plethora of characters, a real-life Quidditch game and a whole lot of laughs were all promised in the critically acclaimed Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Potter Experience, now playing in DC for the first time a...See More: Stage/Screen
Newsies is only in town for a short time at the National Theatre. As June’s must-see stage event, it has everything a Tony Award-winning show needs: witty book, catchy songs, jaw-dropping choreography and a feel-good moral.See More: Stage/Screen
Cabaret is a sexy, subversive nightclub romp through Berlin circa 1930 – a glimpse into the vibrant, decadent city before Nazi Germany swallowed it whole. At Signature Theatre, the play intensifies across the spectrum – from the bawdiness of the n...See More: Stage/Screen
Don’t miss the Tony Award-winning musical NEWSIES at the National Theatre this summer, from June 9 to 21. The cult classic film turned Broadway hit inspired by real events tells the story of the brave fight put up by spunky newsboys against influe...See More: Stage/Screen
Most actors cringe at the thought of being booed by the audience during curtain call. But for Steven Epp, this seemingly negative reaction actually speaks volumes about his ability to portray the deliciously sinister character of Tartuffe. This su...See More: Stage/Screen
Capital Fringe Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary from July 9 to 26, with over a hundred performing groups taking the stage in venues throughout NE neighborhoods Trinidad, Brookland, and the H Street corridor. From a staff of two running...See More: Stage/Screen
This summer marks contemporary dance company Chamber Dance Project’s (CDP) second season in DC, at Lansburgh Theatre from June 24 to 28. Described as “ballet with an edge,” CDP’s performances are back in full force with a combination of world prem...See More: Stage/Screen
Thornton Wilder’s classic play about the quintessential folks one might meet in a small American town will be reimagined through the Commedia dell’Arte lens of Faction of Fools Theatre Company. From May 28 to June 21, theatergoers can catch a perf...See More: Stage/Screen
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