Shakespeare Theatre Company's new artistic director Simon Godwin directs Shakespeare's classic with an acclaimed restaging.
“Kill Move Paradise” is an expressionistic buzz saw through the contemporary myth that "all lives matter."
Arena Stage presents this gripping and heart-rendering story, adapted from the New York Times bestselling novel "Kite Runner."
Anne Washburn (Mr. Burns: a post-electric play) returns to Woolly with a sensational new play set in the aftermath of the 2016 election.
Gala Hispanic Theatre presents this poignant and witty story about finding a love lost.
Octavio Solis' powerful new play "Mother Road" examines the crossroads of family, immigration and the American dream.
James Baldwin’s landmark work "The Amen Corner" tackles the role of the church in the Black community.
Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents a comedic adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 thriller.
Nu Sass Productions presents "Weep.", a modern re-telling of the hispanic folktale "La Llorona" or "The Weeping Woman."
Experience the unique and exhilarating beauty of "Suddenly Last Summer," a quintessential Williams classic.
The latest Heidi Thomas Writers’ Initiative is a surprising comedy about opening your home, occasionally your wallet, and always your heart.
This inspiring drama explores the determination, passion and sacrifice of the women who transformed the science of astronomy.
The Tsikurishvili's take on a gothic classic.
Baltimore Center Stage presents a play about family, and other injustices.
"Shear Madness" is the interactive comedy whodunit that lets the audience solve the crime!
A DC premiere from award-winning playwright Anna Ziegler.
Theater J presents a funny new drama about modern love.
As England nurses its wounds from civil war, Falstaff and King Henry face an even greater enemy: time itself.
"This Bitter Earth" explores the quiet revolutions of normalcy and the bind between the personal and political.
"The Merry Wives of Windsor" is Shakespeare's delightful comedy on love, money, deception, and the power of women.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents the original “Sin City.”