Photo by Stan Barouh

Erika Rose in Mosaic Theater Company's Queens Girl in Africa, part of the 2018 Women's Voices Theater Festival.

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Tamieka Chavis and Michelle Proctor Rogers in Ally Theatre Company's Rabbit Summer, part of the 2018 Women's Voices Theater Festival.

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Billy Finn, Nancy Robinette, Alex Alferov and Eric Hissom in Theater J's Everything is Illuminated

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Luigi Sottile, Eliza Huberth, Elan Zafir and Brandon Espinoza in Folger Theatre's The Way of the World, part of the 2018 Women's Voices Theater Festival.

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Richard Thomas, Therese Plaehn, Pamela Reed, Lauren Klein, Daisy Eagan and Luis Vega in The Humans at The Kennedy Center.

  • Washington Stage Guild has Pay-What-You-Can previews of SEE ROCK CITY tonight/Thurs, 1/18 at 7:30pm as well as Fri, 1/19 at 8pm and Sat, 1/20 at 2:30pm.

  • Join Ally Theatre Company Sat January 20 at the 2pm matinee for a post-show discussion with Rabbit Summer playwright Tracey Conyer Lee. Rabbit Summer is one of 24 productions in the 2018 Women's Voices Theatre Festival.

  • Join Keegan Theatre Mon, January 22 at 7:30pm for a special Boiler Maker Staged Reading and Post-Show Discussion as part of Keegan’s Boiler Room Series: Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks by Darren Donohue, directed by Josh Sticklin. Tickets $10

  • Coming up at Spooky Action Theater: a FREE staged reading of"The Demon Hunter", by Nat Cassidy, directed by Samantha Wyer Bello on Sat, January 20 at 8PM. In "The Demon Hunter", a troubled boy grows dangerously obsessed with creatures of darkness, a mysterious street magician perfects a devastating new trick, and a single mother near the breaking point meets with a new therapist in order to better understand the terrifying thoughts that have begun to possess her. Featuring Thais Menendez, Shanara Gabrielle, Michael Anthony Williams, Paul Hope. Talk-back follows to meet the playwright, director and cast.

  • Theater J offers a Pay-What-You-Can performance of Everything is Illuminated on Thurs, January 11 (7:30pm), plus some discounted previews on January 12 & 13 (8pm) and 14 (7:30pm). Based on the best-selling novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, this stage adaptation tells the story of a young man--also named Jonathan Safran Foer--who travels to Ukraine to find the woman who might or might not have saved his grandfather's life. Directed by Aaron Posner and featuring Eric Hissom, Alex Alferov, Billy Finn, Nancy Robinette and Daven Ralston.

  • Thurs, January 11 at 8:30pm is a Pay-What-You-Can Preview for Constellation Theatre Company's The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. All tickets are sold at the door 1 hour prior to curtain time on a first come, first served basis. No advance sale tickets. Additionally, Fri, January 12 8:30pm is a $15 discounted Preview and Sat, January 13 at 8pm is a $25 discounted Preview, tickets currently on sale.


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