Photo by Christopher Mueller

Owen Tabaka (center) and the cast of Signature Theatre's Billy Elliot

Photo by Cameron Whitman

Jade Jones and the cast in Keegan Theatre's As You Like It

Photo by Teresa Wood

Holly Twyford and Howard W. Overshown in Folger Theatre's King John

Photo by Evan Zimmerman, MurphyMade

Lila Coogan and Stephen Brower in the national tour of Anastasia at The Kennedy Center

Photo by Jae Yi

Sara Barker, Jen Bevarelli and Nanna Ingvarsson in Scena Theatre's Woman of No Importance

Photo by Margot Schulman

Aaron Shields, Brigid Cleary, Danny Bernardy, Soneka Anderson in Shear Madness at The Kennedy Center.

Photo by Teresa Castracane Photography

Lida Maria Benson, Raghad Makhlouf, Lori Pitts and Rocelyn Frisco in The Welders' In This Hope: A Pericles Project

Photo by Oscar O'Ryan

The cast of The Fall at Studio Theatre.

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Lynn Sharp Spears and Abby Middleton in Toby's Dinner Theatre's Disney's The Little Mermaid

Photo by Margot Schulman

Awa Sal Secka in Imagination Stage's Cinderella

Photo by Stan Barouh

Marni Penning and Ro Boddie in Mosaic Theater Company's The Agitators

Photo by Maria Baranova

Soara-Joye Ross and Corbin Bleu in Arena Stage's Anything Goes

  • Anacostia Playhouse presents their first "New Works Festival" Nov. 14-17 showcasing 8 new 10-minute plays. All tickets are PWYC. Plays address the themes of deterioration and renovation, both physically and socially, over the course of Anacostia’s long history and examine the impact of revisionist history on Anacostia and its residents. Plays are separated into Group A and Group B; check site for details.

  • Washington Stage Guild presents
    Greg Jones Ellis' 1950s Hollywood-set world premiere of ALL SAVE ONE and has Pay-What-You-Can performances to start the run - Nov. 15 @ 7:30pm, Nov. 16 @ 8pm and Nov. 17 @ 2:30pm. The cast includes Bill Largess, Laura Giannarelli, Lawrence Redmond, R. Scott Williams, and Danny Beason.

  • Make your holiday season merry and bright with five weekends of WIT (Washington Improv Theater)'s "Seasonal Disorder" at Source Theatre. Featuring seven events each weekend, "Seasonal Disorder" promises a blast of comedy packaged with a bow! Check out the whole schedule for performances Nov 29-Dec 30.

  • InterAct Story Theatre's Wheaton Family Theatre Series is back on Saturday, November 17 at 11am (crafts at 10:30am) with The Victorian Lyric Opera Company's production of “Jack and the Beanstalk” at Highland Elementary School. FREE.

  • Keegan Theatre's Boiler Room Series returns for a second season with a Nov. 12 staged reading (FREE) of Up the Ladder, Down the Slide by David Valdes Greenwood. Directed by Josh Sticklin, the play centers on three friends from "the sandwich generation" – adults taking care of their kids and their aging parents at once – as their own dramas take a back seat to those faced by the suddenly vulnerable people who raised them.

  • Monumental Theatre Company presents Black Girl Magic: A Monumental Theatre Company Concert, Nov. 27 at DC9 Nightclub featuring Jade Jones, Ines Nassara and Awa Sal Secka (seen together in Ford's The Wiz). The three power house vocalists will perform for one night only to celebrate their talent and what makes them magic.

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