Photo by Ryan Maxwell

Eli Pendry, Jhonny Maldonado and Robert Pike in Ally Theatre Company's The War Boys

Photo by Ryan Maxwell

Rachel Manteuffel, Jon Jon Johnson, Ezra Tozian and Olivia Haller in 4615 Theatre Company's Enron

Photo by Matthew Murphy

Ben Levi Ross, Aaron Lazar, Christiane Noll and Maggie McKenna in the National Tour of Dear Evan Hansen at The Kennedy Center

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography

Heather Marie Beck in Toby's Dinner Theatre's Mamma Mia!

Photo by the Puppet Co

the Puppet Co's production of The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Gabriella DeLuca with cast of The Keegan Theatre's Legally Blonde

Photo by Michael Horan

Louis E. Davis, Caroline Wolfson and John Sygar in Adventure Theatre MTC's The Cat in the Hat

Photo by Margot Schulman

Aaron Shields, Brigid Cleary, Danny Bernardy, Soneka Anderson in Shear Madness at The Kennedy Center.

Photo by Deen van Meer

Kaena Kekoa and Clinton Greenspan in The Kennedy Center's presentation of Disney's Aladdin

  • Mosaic Theater presents "Fabulation, or the
    Re-Education of Undine" by two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient Lynn Nottage - starting with a Pay-What-You-Can tonight Aug 21 at 8pm (There will be a limited number of tickets available for purchase at the box office on the night of the performance). There are also a number of accessibility dates: Fri, Sept 20 at 8PM (Open Caption); Sat, Sept 21 at 3PM (Open Caption with ASL interpreted post-show discussion); and Sat, Sept 21 at 8PM (Open Caption).

  • Check out the latest cabaret in the Signature Theatre summer cabaret series, the British Invasion, August 20-31. Hop the pond for a rocking salute to the UK artists who thrilled and inspired us. From the Beatlemania that launched the international phenomenon to The Who, Shirley Bassey, Tom Jones, The Rolling Stones, The Animals and more, Signature mobilizes the pure energy of English rock ’n’ roll for one dynamic blowout.

  • Check out this free and family-friendly annual event at Shirlington-based Signature Theatre August 18. Starting at noon, come enjoy performances every 15 minutes, master classes, family cabarets, season preview concerts, games and crafts all followed by the grand Broadway on the Plaza finale concert. Also, the chance to enter an exclusive online lottery to win free tickets to the performance of "Assassins" that evening.

  • Lots of fun events at Imagination Stage. This is the final weekend for "The Ballad of Mu Lan" thru August 11, including an ASL-interpreted performance Sun, August 11, at 1:30pm. Plus, if you're looking for something fun to do with your littlest ones - check out Sunday Fun-Days August 11 (Five Little Monkeys) and August 18 (Elephant and Piggie). You & your child (ages 1-5) bring your favorite stories to life through dramatic play activities, music, movement, and visual art.

  • Ally Theatre Company presents Naomi Wallace's THE WAR BOYS. Friday, August 9 is a Pay-What-You-Wish preview performance at Joe's Movement Emporium. You can leave a donation when reserving your ticket or just pay at the door. In their spare time three vigilantes, childhood friends, enjoy patrolling the U.S./Mexican border. But these youths soon learn that even the most guarded borders are permeable. When the lines between fantasy and reality become dangerously blurred, these young men are forced to decide what it means to be an American, and who has the right to belong.

  • National Players, America’s longest-running touring company and the hallmark outreach program of the Olney Theatre Center, presents its series of Pay-What-You-Can preview performances of "Walk Two Moons" by Tom Arvetis (based on Sharon Creech’s Newbery Medal-Winning Novel), directed by Jenna Duncan. Pay-What-You-Can on August 10 and 11 in the Historic Theatre. All donations go towards National Players. CASH ONLY.


10 Questions


Currently performing as fictional financial executive Claudia Roe in 4615 Theatre Company's production of Lucy Prebble's Enron (running...

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Local actor, writer, and sound designer NIUSHA NAWAB has worked onstage with We Happy Few and the Capital Fringe Festival but his main gig is as a sound designer. While he's produced sound for companies...

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WALTER "BOBBY" MCCOY wowed audiences with his music direction for GALA Hispanic Theatre's production of In the Heights in 2017—so much so that he took home a Helen Hayes Award...