National Dance Day brings movers, shakers and stars.
A new play takes on D.C.'s rapidly evolving food culture.
A new style of programming for this year’s festival, three themes guide the programming of full-length and 10-minute plays.
Even on an intern's budget, there are plenty of opportunities to experience the region's lively theater scene this summer.
Members of the D.C. theater community have started a crowdfunding effort to offset the actor's medical expenses.
Baltimore-bred composer Adam Gwon's first musical, "Ordinary Days," has finally made its way to a local stage.
The play puts a comic book on stage in the tradition of old-time radio dramas.
The festive new format combines ceremony and celebration of the best productions on D.C. stages.
Picture yourself on the Supreme Court at Woolly Mammoth.
Psychedelic flower-power is blooming at the Church Street theater.