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Dirt @ Studio Theatre. by Bryony Lavery directed by David Muse

Signature. Directed & Choreographed by Matthew Gardiner. Starring Hairspray’s Nova Y. Payton as Effie.

The Keegan Theatre | Character Driven, Audience Proven

by Eugene O'Neill directed by Michael Kahn Mar 27 2012—Apr 29 2012

From the composer of Nevermore and Partial Eclipse, The Hollow is a chilling musical reinterpretation of the classic thriller The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. In a devout 18th century village, a mysterious stranger spreading radically new ideas challenges the traditional order. However, when rumors spread of a headless horseman murdering friends and neighbors, the townsfolk blame the outsider for this demonic curse.

Cameron Mackintosh presents a brand new 25th anniversary production of Boublil & Schönberg's legendary musical, Les Misérables, with glorious new staging and spectacular reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo. Presented with live orchestra

Twelve Angry Men Director Christopher Gallu

Directed by Stephen Rayne September 23-October 30, 2011

Regular Performance and Matinee Folger Elizabethan Theatre By William Shakespeare Directed by Aaron Posner February 2011

Folger Theatre's production of Othello

Passing Strange by Stew and Heidi Rodewald, directed by Keith Alan Baker with Victoria Joy Murray

Penelope by Enda Walsh, directed by Mikel Murfi and performed by Druid, Ireland

Venus in Fur by David Ives, directed by David Muse

Superior Donuts by Tracy Letts, directed by Serge Seiden

Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies directed by Susan Fenichell performances begin January 4, 2012

Sucker Punch by Roy Williams directed by Leah C. Gardiner performances begin February 29, 2012

Lungs by Duncan Macmillan directed by Aaron Posner performances begin September 28, 2011

Originally banned from the stage, Mrs. Warren’s Profession scandalized audiences upon its debut. The world of the idealistic Vivie is turned upside down when she learns that her family’s considerable wealth comes from her mother's management of a chain of brothels. Is Mrs. Warren’s profession an outrageous moral failure or a paragon of female achievement?

Dorante is charming, handsome … and a pathological liar! When he arrives in Paris, Dorante’s outlandish tales amaze and convince all who hear them, but for each problem his clever lying solves, it creates two new ones. Will he manage to keep his stories straight, his dupes none the wiser and somehow still get the girl?

Oscar Wilde’s wickedly witty yet touching comedy revolves around blackmail, political corruption and public and private honor in late 19th-century England, where “an ideal husband” must be above reproach in both spheres

Just in time for the holidays, the Shakespeare Theatre Company presents Leonard Bernstein’s musical masterpiece Candide. This 20th century classic, based on Voltaire’s satire, has been newly adapted by acclaimed director Mary Zimmerman. Follow Candide on a hilarious journey of countless misfortunes and obstacles challenging his optimistic and hopeful outlook on life and love

“The powerful, unexplainable beauty about the sacred story is that it doesn’t overwhelm you with facts, but rather it highlights human truths so vital to our existence that it beckons the presence of God.” –Marcus Gardley

You’re invited for drinks with George and Martha. As wickedly hilarious today as when it first shocked audiences, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is an ingeniously funny play that packs a helluva wallop. What starts as verbal sparring at an impromptu cocktail party, devolves into a no-holds-barred of wits and wills. With brilliant writing and some the greatest characters ever created for the stage, Albee set a new standard for American theater this sharp, vicious Molotov cocktail of a play.