Between world premieres, re-imaginings, Broadway hits and old staples, D.C. is alive with theater in the spring. Here are a few of the best theater productions this spring.
For D.C. area couples young and old looking for a romantic show on Valentine’s Day, here are several options in and around the District for that special day.
Ford’s Theatre says its audiences donated more than $77,000 for a local youth charity during performances of “A Christmas Carol” in November and December.
2013 was another great year for theater in the District. Here are some of the best productions the year had to offer.
It’s the very best time of year—a time to slow down, reflect and to appreciate life, family and friends. From beautiful lights, to carols, to performances and festivals, here are a few of the best upcoming celebrations.
A candlelight vigil in Washington will mark 15 years since the death of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student who was abducted and killed in Laramie, Wyo.
Whether you believe these sightings or not, here are the places that keep D.C. haunted.
Ford’s Theatre has canceled performances of “The Laramie Project” because the theater must close during the government shutdown, but it will present two free performances at a nearby church.
Ford’s Theatre may have to postpone its run of “The Laramie Project” because the play is being forced out of the theater during the government shutdown.
A program to offer free and discounted theater tickets, classes and other services for veterans and military families is expanding to 85 theaters in 33 states.