Over the past 30 years, Washington Stage Guild has presented many plays that included party scenes– which was your favorite? The mad tea parties in Wilde’s AN IDEAL HUSBAND or Shaw’s PYGMALION? TS Eliot’s eponymous THE COCKTAIL PARTY? The seaside luncheon or the masquerade ball in YOU NEVER CAN TELL? Coward’s dinner party/seance in BLITHE SPIRIT? The wedding reception in GETTING MARRIED? You can celebrate these, and many other occasions, at our Pearl Anniversary Gala at the Arts Club of Washington as we present an array of festive excepts from our history, a veritable string of pearls.. Cocktails, entertainment, and… read more →
Join us on Thursday, May26th for this “pearl” of an evening– it won’t be as festive without you! The anticipation is building– only two more weeks until Washington Stage Guild celebrates 30 years with our Pearl Anniversary Gala at the Arts Club of Washington. Cocktails, entertainment, and dinner in the garden! Join us May 26th! Tickets available here
Congratulations to Frank DiSalvo (Sound Design) and Steven Carpenter (Live Sound Design) on their Helen Hayes Award nomination for Sound Design for Stage Guild’s IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY. Click here for the full article
St. Nicholas by Conor McPherson “A One-Man Comedy With Bite”– The Washington Post The Washington Stage Guild continues its landmark 30th season with a change in the schedule! St Nicholas by Conor McPherson, an acclaimed one-man show by the author of The Weir and This Lime Tree Bower, will switch places with the previously announced Back To Methuselah: As Far As Thought Can Reach. That play by George Bernard Shaw will now anchor the 2016-2017 season to mark the company’s 30th anniversary. A jaded Dublin theatre critic obsessed with a young actress abandons everything to follow her to London. It… read more →
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY MUST CLOSE 12/20 Come see the miracle on Massachusetts Avenue before it’s gone! IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY. has been greeted with rave reviews and standing ovations, but there are only five performances left. Your holidays will not be complete if you miss it! Thursday at 7:30, Friday and Saturday at 8, and Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2:30, at the Undercroft Theatre, 900 Massachusetts Avenue NW.