The New York-born founding chairman of TheatreWashington, which started out as the Helen Hayes Awards, passed away on Dec. 24.
A Georgetown resident, Sarah Marshall, who plays Sister Aloysius, teaches acting at Georgetown University and at Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
Featuring two world premieres, the four-performance season, the company’s sixth in Washington, D.C., will take place June 20 to 22 at Sidney Harman Hall.
Our writer on the performing arts points to spring shows of special interest, covering opera, choral, classical, jazz, rock, pop and country, as well as theater.
This Saturday, get an early start and you can watch birds at Hains Point, stand up for trees and take sides in “The Magic Duel.”
This weekend, the National Symphony Orchestra will play along with clips from “Frozen” and other Disney Animation favorites.
Hemphill Fine Arts has presented more than 200 shows, in the last 10 years broadening its offerings by focusing on the Washington Color School and mid-20th-century African American art.
Among the outdoor activities this weekend are: Bike to Work Day, with a pit stop event at Georgetown Waterfront Park, on Friday; and a C&O Canal Pride Day at Fifteenmile Creek on Saturday.
A citywide collaboration that launched the 2015-16 season, the 2018 edition comprises 13 world premieres and 10 American or regional premieres.