Photo by Margot Schulman

Sophie Schulman, Emily Kester, Alexandra Palting, Jaysen Wright, Jessica Lauren Ball and Chris Rudy in Imagination Stage's Anatole: Mouse Magnifique

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Deimoni Brewington, Stephanie Wilson, Billie Krishawn, Alex Turner and Charles Franklin IV in Theater Alliance's Blood at the Root

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Joshua David Robinson, Jacqueline Correa, Phyllis Kay and Eric Hissom in Arena Stage's JQA

Photo by Carol Rosegg

Jade Jones and Christopher Mueller in Ford's Theatre's Into the Woods

Photo by Stan Barouh

Brendan Michael and Patrick Gerard Lynch in Compass Rose Theater's Man of La Mancha

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Folger Theatre's presentation of Third Rail Projects' Confection

Photo by Teresa Wood

Meg Gibson, Kevin Kilner and Ephraim Birney in Studio Theatre's Admissions

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Willie Garner, Caroline Dubberly, Shayla Lowe and Beatrice Owens in The Keegan Theatre's Hands on a Hardbody

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

The cast of Olney Theatre Center's Oil

Photo by RJ Pavel

Kurt Boehm and Caroline Wolfson in Monumental Theatre Company's Daddy Long Legs

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Margot Schulman

Jaysen Wright and Sophie Schulman in Imagination Stage's Dicken's Davey Copperfield

Photo by Lock and Company

Elizabeth Anne Jernigan and Teresa Spencer in NextStop Theatre Company's Fallen Angels

Photo by Ryan Maxwell

Julia Klavans and Dallas Tolentino in Arts on the Horizon's Beep Beep

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Felicia Curry, Yesenia Iglesias and Holy Twyford in Signature Theatre's Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity

Photo by Mark Williams Hoelscher

Raven Bonniwell and Danny Cackley in We Happy Few's Macbeth

Photo by Gerard Blanch

Pat Kinevane in Solas Nua's Silent

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Charlie Trepany, Healy Knight, Christopher Warren and Valerie Leonard in Theater J's The Jewish Queen Lear

Photo by Scott Suchman

The cast of Shakespeare Theatre Company's Vanity Fair

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Jeremy Keith Hunter and Louis E. Davis in WSC Avant Bard's Topdog/Underdog

  • Spooky Action Theater presents their 2019 Spring Festival of Readings March 15 to 17 with plays by Bill Triplett, Joe Martin, Jaclyn Enchin and Emma Gibson. All readings are FREE to attend.

  • Tickets are available for The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics's next Lab PerForum: The Last Supper, on March 15 11am-12:30pm, a conversation inspired by the The Kennedy Center's World Stages production of THE LAST SUPPER (March 14-16). Featuring Actor/director Kal Naga, Graffiti artist Ganzeer, Exec Director, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy, Nancy Okail, author Ahmed Naji, and THE LAST SUPPER playwright Ahmed El-Attar.

  • Commissioned by GALA Hispanic Theatre, written and directed by Cornelia Cody, the bilingual production of PICASSO focuses on the artist’s feelings and thoughts concerning children and childhood. Using music, dance, and puppets, PICASSO explores the artist’s life and what inspired him. March 9 to 23 (with student matinees March 11 - 15, March 18 - 22 at 10:30am). Approximately 55 minutes, suitable for ages 5 through 105.

  • GALA Hispanic Theatre presents "Poetic Chicle – The Return of Loco Culebra" - a bilingual solo show on March 15 & 16 at 8pm (with English surtitles). Quique Avilés returns to the stage as Loco Culebra, defender of los cafecitos, whom God has sent to earth to check on the state of refugees and immigrants in the Trump era. TICKETS: $20.

  • Round House Theatre presents their 17th Annual Sarah Metzger Memorial Play HEAR. EYE. STAND by Caleen Sinnette Jennings and performed by The Round House Teen Performance Company. Performances at Imagination Stage (Round House is renovating) on March 14 – 17. As the school day ends and rehearsal begins, a teenage theatre troupe struggles with the distance between the roles they play and the lives they live.

  • Written in 1898, "The Jewish Queen Lear" is a story of power and pride revolving around a wealthy widow and clever business woman who wants to find a good wife for her son. Catch this new English translation in Theater J's production featuring Valerie Leonard, Sue Jin Song & Tonya Beckman, performed at Georgetown University's Davis Performing Arts Center (The WDC JCC is under renovation) with a Pay-What-You-Can show on March 13 at 7:30pm (plus discounted previews March 15-17).


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