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
Legendary comedian Jay Leno entertained a packed house at Kennedy's Centers Concert Hall Stage last night (Wednesday, April 8) and killed it. The crowd was roaring with laughter, virtually non-stop through his entire performance (this writer too...See More: Stage/Screen
Filmfest DC 2015 is the 29th annual Washington, DC International Film Festival. With so many films to see ranging from comedies, to thrillers, to documentaries it can be overwhelming to try and choose which one to go see. After sitting down and ta...See More: Stage/Screen
Strong women, strong theatre. That’s the mantra behind Nu Sass Productions, a DC area theatre production company with a clear message in mind – to encourage women in all aspects of theatre.See More: Stage/Screen
Tony Award-winning comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike comes to Arena Stage’s four-sided Fichandler Stage April 3 to May 3. Drawing on the works of playwright Anton Chekov, this clever satire centers on two middle-aged siblings, Vanya and S...See More: Stage/Screen
Cinderella comes to Nationals Park on May 16 in celebration of the eighth season of Opera in the Outfield, an annual tradition at the ballpark featuring free live opera simulcasts. Gioachino Rossini’s famous opera based on the cherished fairy tale...See More: Stage/Screen
The epic story of beloved literary character Don Quixote comes to Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) on March 17 in this reimagining of the classic musical Man of La Mancha. At Sidney Harman Hall through April 26, this STC production takes a fresh ...See More: Stage/Screen
After a showing of the Widow Lincoln, Ford's Theatre hosted a special happy hour for young professionals under 35 featuring Atlas Brew Works. Photos: Sinic StatonSee More: Stage/Screen
Shakespeare Theatre hosted a Young Professionals Happy Hour for after the showing of "Dunsinane" playing this month at Sidney Harman Hall sponsored by Sam Adams. Photos: Sinic StatonSee More: Stage/Screen
While much is recounted about our sixteenth president, Abraham Lincoln, a swirl of disdain and ridicule marks the veil behind which sat his First Lady Mary Lincoln. Her sense of entitlement is said to have sparked more controversy than any First ...See More: Stage/Screen
The flourishing partnership of Michael Kahn and David Ives will once again bear its francophilic fruit when the Shakespeare Theatre Company unveils their newest production The Metromaniacs. Ives’ adaptation of Alex Piron’s 1783 French farce is hi...See More: Stage/Screen
Social comedy Rapture, Blister, Burn comes to Bethesda’s Round House Theatre from January 28 to February 22. The 2013 Pulitzer Prize finalist objectively asks audiences one of the most common questions facing 21st century women: “Career or family?”See More: Stage/Screen
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