Warehouse Theater

Performing Arts Center
An old hardware store/warehouse is now a theater and art gallery that hosts a variety of productions.
(NW Washington)
202-783-3933
7/26

Do You See What I See?

Comedians give insight into their inspiration. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/26

Rock Bottom [A Rock Opus]

Landless Theatre Company's musical chronicles the descent of a rock band. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/24 - 7/26

Dateline: Macbeth

Quattro Gatti Theatre Company's comedy goes behind the scenes of a group staging Shakespeare's tragedy. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/24 - 7/26

The 27 Club

Musicians who died at 27 are the subject of this show.
7/23 - 7/26

Macbeth: The Instruments of Darkness

The Rude Mechanicals use lighting to re-imagine Shakespeare's tragedy. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/27

Giant Box of Porn

In this comedy by Field Trip Theatre, a couple stumbles upon a box of porn left at their house. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/25 - 7/27

Medea's Got Some Issues

Lisa Hodsoll plays seven characters in the DC premiere of Spanish playwright Emilio Williams' farce based on the Greek myth. Presented by No Rules Theatre Company and Spain Arts & Culture as part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/23 - 7/27

The Matty Matthews Foundation

A disgruntled political bagman establishes a foundation to teach future fixers. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.
7/23 - 7/27

W3

Three sisters lament the loss of Mother Nature in Barking Fish Theatre Project's comedy. Part of the Capital Fringe Festival.