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Topic - Arena Stage
Arena Stage is a not-for-profit regional theater based in Southwest Washington, D.C. Its declared mission"is to produce huge plays of all that is passionate, exuberant, profound, deep and dangerous in the American spirit. Arena has broad shoulders and a capacity to produce anything from vast epics to charged dramas to robust musicals. Our focus is on theater of the Americas; we produce American classics, premieres of new plays and contemporary stories. Our Arena is a forum, a coliseum, a place for audiences to argue, discuss and meet each other over the theatrical divide. At the center is art; all other programs thrive in concentric circles supporting the art." In the 60 years since its formation, its productions have received numerous local and national awards, including the Tony Award for best regional theater. - Source: Wikipedia
The drama of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will reach the Washington theater stage with a new play premiering next year.
President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, plan to join the premiere of the new play "Camp David" by Lawrence Wright that opens in April in Washington.
A new play exploring the life of artist and civil rights activist Paul Robeson is opening at Washington's Arena Stage.
Wine: Cruise to St. Michaels Wine Fest Theater: 'Other Desert Cities' Concert: Washington Jewish Music Festival Gala: A Night Out with the Millennium Network Theater: Gilgamesh
Four major universities are joining theater companies in Boston, Baltimore, Washington and Atlanta in a project to commission new plays, music and dance compositions about the Civil War and its lasting legacy.
There's no better place across the nation's capital to get in the holiday spirit than the lavishly decorated Mount Vernon, George Washington's expansive estate on the Potomac River.
Before there was a test, before it had a name and before there was any way to know if AIDS was spread through the air, touch or bodily fluids, there was confusion and denial.
Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" is on its way back to a Broadway stage next year.