“Camp David,” the play about the peace deal brokered by Jimmy Carter at the 1978 Camp David conference, is targeting Broadway for an opening in the 2016-17 season. The play by Lawrence Wright — who…
WASHINGTON — The 2013-14 theater season in Washington, D.C. is shaping up to include a number of titles that might interest legiters in Gotham and beyond, with the recently announced pre-Broadway…
"Pullman Porter Blues," a play with music co-produced by D.C.'s Arena Stage and the Seattle Repertory Theater, is an earnest effort to showcase the pivotal role of railroad pioneer George Pullman's…
Award-winning stage, film and TV actress Nan Martin who portrayed the snobbish mother in "Goodbye, Columbus" and had a recurring role on "The Drew Carey Show," died Thursday in Malibu. She was 82 and…
After a prolonged drum roll, Arena Stage will celebrate the return next fall to its newly reconstructed D.C. campus, reopening with "Oklahoma!"
Call it a magician's twist on musical theater's most enduring chestnut.
Anne Bogart, the inventive director of New York's SITI Company, propels a modest plot of self-discovery to the outer reaches of stylized storytelling in "Intimations for Saxophone," a never-produced…
Amidst the hoopla over the Kennedy Center's festival of plays by Tennessee Williams, Arena Stage has quietly mounted a sublime production of Williams' seldom-seen "Orpheus Descending." It's a…
Max Reinhardt's 1935 filming of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," is grist for Ken Ludwig's latest farce, a defiantly corny yet amusing escapade that is given a classy sendoff by Arena Stage. Chaos erupts…
Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage will preem a "new" Frank Loesser stage musical in April 2004.
The highlight of Arena Stage's next season is a new Frank Loesser musical. Yes, that Frank Loesser.