Photo by Stan Barouh

Brittany Campbell and Danny Bernardy in Olney Theatre Center's My Fair Lady

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Tia Shearer in The Hub Theatre's The Happiest Place on Earth

Photo by Teresa Wood

Michael Rishawn and Jaysen Wright in Studio Theatre's Wig Out!

Photo by RJ Pavel

Rachel Barlaam and Russell Silber in Monumental Theatre Company's Bonnie & Clyde

Photo by DJ Corey Photography

Sydney Lo in Arts on the Horizon's By the Seashore

  • Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company offers a Pay-What-You-Can performance Tuesday July 18 at 7:30pm for the return of their production of Brendan Jacobs-Jenkins AN OCTOROON.

  • Taffety Punk Theatre Company's Bootleg Shakespeare is theatre without a net. The actors arrive in the morning with only their lines memorized. They have just the day to rehearse. The show goes on July 24 at 7:30pm, ready or not. Join them for the most exciting night you will ever have in the theatre. Tickets available on the day of the show, at the Folger Theatre at 6pm, lines form early. Limit two per person. No advance reservations.

  • The Atlas Performing Arts Center welcomes applications from performing artists and companies for their INTERSECTIONS Festival 2018 - February 23 to March 10, 2018. INTERSECTIONS is a performing arts festival which presents work that impacts our society, culture, and world by informing, inspiring, educating, and entertaining. Deadline: August 15, 2017, 5PM. Online applications only.

  • Washington Improv Theater is back at Source with "WIT Presents: Summer School" — original productions that pay homage to high school and horror movies; house ensembles with new formats; and a bevy of special guests from Magnet Theater and The Second City.

  • 1st Stage's Logan Festival of Solo Performance brings celebrated playwrights and performers in a line-up that includes Empanada for a Dream by Juan Francisco Villa, Hick: A Love Story by Terry Baum and The Gun Show by E.M. Lewis, a playwright familiar to 1st Stage audiences for her acclaimed Now Comes the Night. Shows run through July 16.

  • The DC Hip-Hop Theater Festival (DC HHTF) celebrates its seventeenth year JULY 6th - 13th. The festival features some of the freshest work in theater and performance reflecting the breath of Hip-Hop and urban culture. By bringing together local and national artists, activists, and organic intellectuals the DC HHTF remains one of the premier spaces to see work that reflects and pushes the boundaries of theater, film, dance and education.


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