• Adventure Theatre MTC, in partnership with District Dramatists and 4615 Theatre Company, is looking for DC, Maryland, or Virginia writers to take part in a flash creation of new work for a series of online readings for "QuarantineFest New Play Festval 2020". Interested writers should pre-register using this online form by Sat, April 11. The creative process will begin the evening of Mon, April 13, plays due by April 16, then scripts passed to our directors and actors who will rehearse the scripts Friday & Saturday before their live stream performances Sun, April 19. The plays that receive the most likes during their live stream will receive cash rewards. For questions, e-mail dmvQFest@gmail.com.

  • Imagination Stage is doing what we can to bring lively entertainment and activities from our stages and classrooms to your living rooms! Take an "Imagination Stage Brain Break" (Fri, April 10 at 10:30am) as Director of Education & Theatre for Change, Joanne Seelig, leads an online class in creative drama and storytelling games on Facebook Live. A highly interactive class for participants to work together to complete a group story or come up with new ideas for an improv game. Ages: Everyone welcome; perfect for grades 1-3.

  • Connect with The IN Series as they offer streaming of their 2019 hit production of "Butterfly" a new look at "Madame Butterfly" and listen to their IN Tune podcast series with Artistic Director Timothy Nelson. Free but donations appreciated for the streaming production if you're able.

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  • Join the Puppet Co. Friday, April 10 at 11am to see their production of "Beauty and the Beast" streaming on their Facebook page - FREE.

  • Happenstance Theater is streaming their production of MOXIE: A Happenstance Vaudeville, winner of two Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Costume Design and Musical Direction. This theatrical collage was inspired by the Great Age of Vaudeville, infused with the joys and struggles of its performers' lives. In homage to the style and spirit of this immensely popular theatre from the late 19th Century, Happenstance Theater brings old Vaudeville back. $10 fee.

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