Many theatregoers in the region say they’d be more likely to attend if masks were required.
Some Washington, D.C., theatre leaders gathered last month to discuss their anti-racism work, both individually and collectively.
Both theatre workers and audiences will be required to show proof of vaccination, and audiences must wear masks inside.
One year into the pandemic, artists and leadership find ways to collaborate—and clash—on the best ways to support their communities.
A count of 210 D.C. theatre productions showed that, despite modest gains, playwrights and directors remain mostly homogeneous.
Constellation Theatre Company and the Welders were also among honorees at the 2015 ceremony.
The longtime publisher of the Washington City Paper will step in as the leader of the service organization.
Linda Levy will leave the theatre advocacy and awards organization to focus on her recovery from spinal surgery.
TheatreWashington showered more awards than ever on D.C. theatre at the newly reorganized Helen Hayes Awards.