Photo by Carol Rosegg

Richard Fancy, Susan Rome, Robin Abramson, Joshua Otten, Paul Morella, Jonathan Goldstein and Julie-Ann Elliott in Studio Theatre's If I Forget

Photo by Margot Schulman

Edwin Lee Gibson in Arena Stage's presentation of Turn Me Loose

Photo by Margot Schulman

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

Photo by Scott Suchman

Gregory Wooddell and Veanne Cox in Shakespeare Theatre Company's The Comedy of Errors

Photo by Jeri Tidwell Photography;

Kanysha Williams, Kadejah One, Kelli Blackwell and Tobias Young in Toby's Dinner Theatre's Ain't Misbehavin'

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Carlos Saldana and Michael Kevin Darnall in Spooky Action Theater's New Guidelines for Peaceful Times

Photo by Brittany Diliberto

Scott S. Turner and Maryam Najafzada in Synetic Theater's Sleepy Hollow

Photo by Stan Barouh

Joe Mucciolo and Anna DeBlasio in Compass Rose Theater's Venus in Fur

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Rachel Zampelli and Michael Russotto in Signature Theatre's Heisenberg

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Brian Kim, Emily Kester, M. Scott McLean and Julia Coffey in Olney Theatre Center's Labour of Love

Photo by Patrick Landes

Eirin Stevenson and Madelyn Farris in Theatre Prometheus' Anon(ymous)

Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography

The cast of The Klunch's How to Win a Race War

Photo by Joshua McKerrow

Joe Leitess and Clay Vanderbeek in Annapolis Shakespeare Company's The Comedy of Errors

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Steven Carpenter and Rachel Felstein in Washington Stage Guild's Summerland

Photo by Michael Horan

Sarah Corey, Sophie Schulman, Alex De Bard and Karen Vincent in Adventure Theatre MTC's Blueberries For Sal

Photo by Carol Rosegg

Cody Nickell, Kimberly Gilbert and Edward Gero in Ford's Theatre's Born Yesterday

  • Join Solas Nua Mon, October 15 for the free play reading CHAROLAIS by Noni Stapleton, directed by Megan Behm and featuring Dorea Schmidt. A surreal comedy of love, longing and one woman's intense rivalry with a Charolais heifer. At Dupont Underground. Doors open at 6:30 / Reading at 7pm. FREE but reservations requested.

  • DC actor Rick Foucheux, who "retired" last year, has turned his hand to writing plays. His original work, the black comedy "Parts of a Night," will be given a staged-reading along with Chekhov’s classic farce "On the Harmfulness of Tobacco" at Quotidian Theatre's November 3 fundraiser with Rick Foucheux, Kim Schraf, Matthew Vaky, and Chelsea Thaler at The Writer's Center in Bethesda. Ticket includes post-show complimentary wine and catered appetizers and silent auction.

  • Check out two Pay-What-You-Can (PWYC) performances and other access opportunities for Round House Theatre's How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel. PWYC performances are on Oct 10 at 7:30pm (with a designer discussion) and Oct 13 at 2pm - Oct 12 8pm is FreeBeerFriday, TeenNight and there's a director discussion. Get details on their website.

  • Olney Theatre Center's Applause Series continues with ANYONE CAN WHISTLE, Friday, October 12 at 8pm. These are one-night only concert versions of musicals the theatre thinks are worth a second look, plus they'll feature a large orchestra and top talent including South Pacific's Jessica Lauren Ball and William Michals with Michael Bunce, Ryan Burke, Rick Foucheux, Jade Jones, Suzanne Lane, Donna Migliaccio, Steve Schmidt.

  • Keegan Theatre announced initiatives designed to make their productions more affordable including the 20 for $20 and KeeganConnects initiatives, each offering discounted or complimentary tickets to mainstage productions. The 20 for $20 program offers twenty $20 tickets to every Thursday show.

  • WSC Avant Bard offers PAY WHAT YOU WILL performances October 18-20 & 22 at 7:30pm at Gunston Arts Center in Arlington, VA for it's Twelfth Night adaptation, ILLYRIA, or What You Will. Advance-purchase PAY WHAT YOU WILL tickets are now also available online or by calling 703-418-4808.


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Non-traditional spaces and offbeat stories are catnip for designer DAVID C. GHATAN — which makes it kinda funny that his favorite musical is about as traditional a Cole Porter joint as you can imagine....

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From the wide-eyed arsonist Billie Irons at Woolly Mammoth to Angels in America’s Harper for Round House and Olney Theatre, D.C.-based actor KIMBERLY GILBERT loves nothing more than a challenging role....

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From church-basement dinner-theater to an Athol Fugard drama that helped drive home how personal and passionate storytelling could be, actor CLAYTON PELHAM, JR. had a theatrical education that encompassed all kinds of narratives...