Taking a leaf from its acclaimed celebration of Stephen Sondheim, the Kennedy Center confirmed it will showcase the talents of Tennessee Williams as part of its 2003-04 theater season.
A year after its acclaimed celebration of Stephen Sondheim, the Kennedy Center confirmed it will showcase the talents of Tennessee Williams as part of its 2003-04 theater season.
Ah, those innocent days on the prairie, where men still swaggered and every young gal's sole ambition was to catch a guy and raise a family. Signature Theater is reliving the era via "110 in the…
The explosive growth in D.C.'s regional theater scene has the Studio Theater here sitting pretty. It celebrates its 25th anniversary this season with a huge capital expansion campaign, fueled by…
"Theophilus North," Thornton Wilder's 1973 novel about a young man's journey of self-discovery, has been adapted for the stage by actor-playwright Matthew Burnett and co-mounted by Arena Stage and…
Woolly Mammoth Theater Co. has commissioned playwrights Angus MacLachlan and Craig Wright to create new works that it will develop and produce under a grant from Los Angeles-based ASK Theater…
Architect Rafael Vinoly has been selected by the Kennedy Center's board of trustees to design two buildings over a proposed plaza that will house administrative, education and rehearsal facilities as…
Up-and-coming playwright Javon Johnson was introduced to D.C. audiences last season with the taut drama "Hambone" at the Studio Theater. A protege of August Wilson, he similarly reaches for themes…
Ebenezer Scrooge has been recast as an embittered woman named Evelyn and moved to a New York City sweatshop in this delightfully irreverent take on the Dickens classic by Arlington, Va.'s Signature…