• For 1 week only thru April 5, you can stream Olney Theatre Center's hit production of "The Amateurs" by Jordan Harrison ($20), cut short because of the virus shutdown. This timely production follows a troupe of 14th Century actors trying to find shelter from the bubonic plague while staging their production of Noah's Flood. The Washington Post said, "'The Amateurs' might seem to gain topicality from the current coronavirus outbreak. But in truth, the insights in this smart comedy are evergreen"

  • Watch a full recorded performance of Folger Theatre's 2008 Macbeth. Shakespeare’s chilling Scottish tragedy is realized by Emmy-winning magician Teller (of Penn & Teller) and Helen Hayes Award-winning director Aaron Posner as a startling, supernatural show brimming with magic, mayhem, and madness. With eight special features, streaming on YouTube. Featuring Ian Merrill Peakes, Kate Eastwood Norris, Cody Nickell, Eric Hissom, Paul Morella.

  • Starting March 30 Washington Improv Theater launches its first-ever FREE online class - Introduction to Online Improv - offering the opportunity to experience the joy of performing and capturing improv online, with others as well as on your own. Explore different ways to do improv online and create their own weekly improv performances. 3 Weeks.

  • DC Theatres and Freelancers and small businesses: The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) has released additional eligibility and application information on the $25 million DC Small Business Recovery Microgrant Program at DC Small Business Recovery Grants. Qualified District of Columbia small businesses, non-profits, independent contractors and self-employed individuals are eligible to apply. The link lists the application materials required for both for-profit and nonprofit grant applicants. Applications due March 31.

  • We Happy Few Productions' last production, the Helen Hayes nominated LOVERS' VOWS, is now available for streaming. You can catch the recording of this production thru April 15; suggested donation of $5.

  • Watch theatre AND stay fit! Synetic Theater is streaming some of their recent productions starting with Hansel and Gretel (thru April 5) and next this week with Richard 3.0 (starting March 26) for small donation, with more to come. PLUS, they’re also streaming Synetic Fitness classes taught by trained Company members with a different focus each week. Sign up for sessions this week March 25 & March 27 at 6pm. With a flexible Pay-What-You-Can price model that ranges from $5 per class to $20 per class.


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