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Ayad Akhtar Is Bringing Racial Tension to Washington, DC — and to a Theater Near You
Now presenting Akhtar's Disgraced, Arena Stage names the Pulitzer winner as resident playwright.
7 New Works That Could Win the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
Will Lin-Manuel Miranda take home the prestigious award for Hamilton? Or will Lynn Nottage receive it for Sweat? TheaterMania looks at some top contenders.
Jack Willis Brings LBJ All the Way Home to Our Nation's Capital
The original star of Robert Schenkkan's Tony-winning history play returns to his Presidential post at Arena Stage.
Kate Whoriskey Gives America's "New Poor" a Place Onstage in Sweat
The socially minded director takes up her next cause alongside Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage at Arena Stage.
TheaterMania's Favorite Regional Shows of 2015
Our critics round up their top picks from across the country.
After 10 Years of Audiences, New Beginnings for Capital Fringe
Catching up with executive director Julianne Brienza, who wants D.C. to know that Fringe is more than just a monthlong festival.
Adam Gwon and Julia Jordan: So Many World Premieres — So Little Time
While Bernice Bobs Her Hair in Oklahoma, the writing partners are having a Cake Off in Virginia.
How the Women's Voices Theater Festival Is Paving the Way for Gender Parity
The women of the festival share their thoughts — and their diverse voices.