Photo by Tina Revazi

Liam Forde in Studio Theatre's Hand to God

Photo by Teresa Castracane

Shannon O’Neill, an audience member, Brandon Scott Jones, Connor Ratliff and Molly Thomas of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre with We Know How You Die! at Woolly Mammoth Theatre.

Photo by Tony Hitchcock

Zach Brewster-Geisz, David Dieudonne & Jennifer Restak in Molotov Theatre Group's Blood, Sweat & Fears: A Grand Guignol Sick Cabaret

Photo by Greg Mooney

Juan Winans, Kiandra Richardson & Deborah Joy Winans in Arena Stage's Born for This: The BeBe Winans Story

Photo by Jen Tidwell

The cast of Toby's Dinner Theatre's Hairspray

  • Actor Charles Dance will accept the Shakespeare Theatre Company's prestigious William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre (Will Award) at the Harman Center for the Arts Annual Gala on Sun, September 25, 2016. Dance, who appeared as Lord Tywin Lannister in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, has amassed an impressive 35-year career in film and stage.

  • Rorschach Theatre presents THESMOPHORIA: A Hellbent Adventure, a one-night only benefit performance and party August 13 (7:30pm). Enjoy this immersive performance experience created by the artists of Rorschach Theatre. Doors at 7pm and the performance begins as the sun begins to set.

  • The 3rd Annual Washington DC One-Minute Play Festival, featuring all Women-Identified Playwrights and Directors, takes place at Round House Theatre for 3 performances, July 30 (8pm) and 31 (3pm & 8pm). Tickets on sale July 5 at Round House Theatre. Info on the One-Minute Play Fest with annual partnerships created with theaters in over 20 cities.

  • Unexpected Stage Company's Friday, July 29 performance (7:30p) of Deb Margolin's 8 STOPS will benefit Red Wiggler Community Farm, with half of all ticket sales for that evening going to support this local non-profit, a 12-acre organic farm where people with and without developmental disabilities come together to work, learn, and grow healthy food.

  • Imagination Stage is offering 3 nights of Summer Sing-Alongs, featuring the company's favorite performers and welcoming families to join in the fun of belting out a beloved Broadway tune. Arrive early for a bite from local food trucks - July 18, 25, August 1. PLUS, Imagination Stage is offering Summer Dance Camps for children of all ages and skill levels. See their website for offerings and schedules.

  • Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre will conduct workshops in DC while they're here with their show We Know How You Die thru July 31 at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. Workshops introduce the basics of how to perform longform improv scenes, with focal points that run parallel to UCBT’s Improv 101 curriculum in NYC, limited capacity, dates are Sun, 7/17 (2-5PM), Sun, 7/24 (2-5PM), Tues, 7/26 (3-6PM), Thurs, 7/28 (3-6PM)

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