Washington Stage Guild takes inspiration from our hit production of WIDOWERS’ HOUSES and looks at real estate speculation in a city where fortunes have been made and lives displaced in a gentrifying boom.
The reviews are in, and WIDOWERS’ HOUSES is a smash! “A sparkling play…the actors are wily with the punchlines, and Shaw’s social dissection is still hard to refute… A swell night of Shaw!” Nelson Pressley, THE WASHINGTON POST “Washington Stage Guild knows how to handle the work of their preferred playwright…It is a sly gut-punch of a story” Brett Steven Abelman, DC THEATRE SCENE “DC’s little jewel, known as the Washington Stage Guild, has always presented pieces that you can’t see elsewhere in the area. With its current offering Widowers’ Houses…WSG, true to form, delivers a high-end production of it… read more →
Press opening Saturday, 9/30 at 8pm
Lawrence Redmond joins the cast
Running from September 28 to October 22
Washington Stage Guild Introduces the cast of WIDOWERS’ HOUSES By George Bernard Shaw Running from September 28 to October 22 CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS Steven Carpenter (Lickcheese) Widowers’ Houses marks Steven’s 32nd show overall for the Stage Guild, his 17th as an actor, and his 8th in a play by G.B. Shaw. Most recently, he was a sound designer and the live sound effects performer, Art Foley, in the Guild’s productions of It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play. Also for the Stage Guild, he played Leo Tolstoy in The Gospel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens and Count Leo Tolstoy, Henry Higgins in Pygmalion,… read more →
Washington Stage Guild’s acclaimed production of BACK TO METHUSELAH: AS FAR AS THOUGHT CAN REACH Must close April 16! “Of Life only is there no end!” The Methuselah Project is supported by a grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS