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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Alexander is having a bad day. A terrible day. A horrible day. To be quite honest, it's a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. But then, eve...
Prices: $20 - $20

All She Must Possess
The Baltimore Cone sisters, Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta, daughters of German-Jewish immigrants, could have lived tranquil, appropriate lives as respect...
Prices: $10 - $40

Ray leaves his job as a classically trained French chef to take care of his dying father, a Korean immigrant, who never appreciated Ray's culinary...
Prices: $49 - $74

Beauty and the Beast
A romantic tale of a transformed prince, and his love, Beauty, set in a great forest in old Russia. There are conflicts, hopes, wishes, dreams, and ex...
Prices: $6 - $12

Becoming Dr. Ruth
She's America's favorite sex therapist! But before she became Dr. Ruth, Karola Siegel had to flee Germany in the Kindertransport, become a sni...
Prices: $30 - $65

Black Diamond
Score a home run with a spirit-rousing musical play about the “other” major league! This updated hit from nationally recognized arts leade...
Prices: $6 - $8

"Let me have war, say I: it exceeds peace as far as day does night." Performed in repertory with The Trojan Women Project, Will...
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It’s winter in Minnesota, and an immigrant Zimbabwean family is preparing for the wedding of their eldest daughter. But when the bride insi...
Prices: $41 - $51

The Farnsworth Invention
It's 1929. Two ambitious visionaries race against each other to invent a device called "television." Separated by two thousand miles, ea...
Prices: $15 - $33

Fighting Improv Smackdown Tournament 2018
The power is yours: Cast your vote and decide who becomes the next FIST champions. ...
Prices: $12 - $30

The Gospel at Colonus
Let the weeping cease. Let no one mourn again. Now lift us up in a blaze of glory. Avant Bard theatre proudly presents the legendary Africa...
Prices: $10 - $35

The Great Society
Robert Schenkkan’s Tony Award-winning play All the Way set the stage for President Lyndon Baines Johnson’s sudden ascent to the ...
Prices: $60 - $120

In the wake of his father’s abrupt death, Hamlet returns home from university to find his personal and political world changed as he never imagi...
Prices: $44 - $118

Round House is thrilled to present the American premiere of this Olivier Award-winning, West End hit comedy! The Iron Lady. The Queen. Born six months...
Prices: $36 - $65

Hobson's Choice
In this hilarious comedy of turn-of-the-century Lancashire manners, curmudgeonly cobbler Henry Hobson (Andy White) faces the ultimate choice: take a l...
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Hold These Truths
Reeling from the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, and driven by fear and prejudice, America placed its own citizens of Japanese ancestry in in...
Prices: $50 - $90

It's The Rest Of The World That Looks So Small: A Theatrical Revue of Jonathan Coulton
Popular singer/songwriter and cult classic Jonathan Coulton is known for his clever, engaging, and humorous songs that capture slice-of-life moments i...
Prices: $20 - $30

La Foto (A Selfie Affair)
World Premiere! Two families are changed forever when a selfie is sent to one person but shared by another. In this highly technological world it i...
Prices: $25 - $55

Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill
Helen Hayes Award Winning Actress, Iyona Blake (Caroline or Change) returns to the cauldron to portray one of America’s most iconic jazz legends...
Prices: $15 - $30

The Lathe of Heaven
A classic tale of speculative fiction. Blessed – or cursed – with dreams that actually alter reality, George Orr comes under the hand of a...
Prices: $20 - $40

Light Years
Acclaimed folk/rock/indie band Eddie From Ohio’s Robbie Schaefer crafts a touching and funny world premiere musical portrait featuring Bobby Smi...
Prices: $40 - $103

No Word In Guyanese For Me (Women's Voices Theatre Festival)
A gay Muslim's journey to reconcile her faith and her sexuality.   Winner of the GLAAD Award, No Word in Guyanese for Me is a poetic, l...
Prices: $35 - $35

Noura challenges our notions of modern marriage and motherhood through a portrait of Iraqi immigrants living in New York.  As Noura and her ...
Prices: $44 - $118

Peepshow takes-back objectification and sexism, widens the feminist frame, and kicks the patriarchy where it counts. Over the span of Peepshow’s...
Prices: $20 - $40

The Princess & The Pauper—A Bollywood Tale
Set in long ago India, this Bollywood-inspired adaptation of the classic Mark Twain novel shows how the common people work long hours to support the l...
Prices: $10 - $35

The Raid
Would you die for your beliefs? Is it better to work within the system to change it or take up arms against the system to destroy it? Idris Goodwin...
Prices: $20 - $40

Savion Glover's All FuNKD' Up, The ConCert
This thrilling new show highlights tap dance superstar Savion Glover’s mesmerizing interplay of percussive genius as he and his six-piece b...
Prices: $45 - $80

Shear Madness
A comedy whodunit that lets the audience solve the crime! Set in present-day Georgetown, Shear Madness engages locals and visitors alike as armchair d...
Prices: $10 - $50

Speech and Debate
Rebellious drama queen Diwata, out and proud Howie, and nerdy but intense Solomon are outcasts in their Puritanical town of Salem…Oregon. Linke...
Prices: $20 - $30

The Trojan Women Project
"Get up." Performed as part of the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival, The Trojan Women Project will explore the timele...
Prices: $15 - $20

The Veils
Mel is happily engaged. She’s also an active Marine Corp translator. While on deployment, Mel’s father passes away, with her mother and si...
Prices: $10 - $30

The Wolves
Winter indoor soccer. Saturdays. Over quad stretches and squats, a team of young women prepares to defend the Wolves’ undefeated record...
Prices: $20 - $69

Young Frankenstein
IT’S ALIVE!  This electrifying adaptation of Mel Brooks’ monstrously funny film will leave you in stitches. The musical re-imagining ...
Prices: $46 - $64

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