Important Update from Theater Alliance

(Monday, April 15, 2024) – Theater Alliance is heartbroken to announce that after 12 years as the professional company in residence, we have been forced out of the Anacostia Playhouse. In February, Theater Alliance discovered, through a posted eviction notice on the door, that the Anacostia Playhouse had not paid any rent to the property owner from October 2023 to …

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Theater Alliance Announces 21st Season

THEATER ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES 21ST SEASON Final Season Under Leadership of Producing Artistic Director Raymond O. Caldwell Centers Community, Journeys, and Homecoming (Washington DC) The upcoming 2023-2024 Season from Theater Alliance will explore movements — both how we move through space and how we change the world. Starting small, with the walk home from middle school in the Kennedy Center’s performance …

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THE BLUEST EYE: Call for Performers

Theater Alliance is requesting submissions for our upcoming production of Lydia R Diamond’s The Bluest Eye, directed by Otis Cortez Ramsey-Zöe. Performers interested in this production should be fully vaccinated, non-Equity, and have local housing in the DC area.  To submit for The Bluest Eye, please fill out this submission form by no later than Friday, February 24th. You will …

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Season 19: Call for Performers

Theater Alliance and IN Series are requesting submissions for the role of MIKE in I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky. Performers interested in this role should be fully vaccinated, non-Equity, and have local housing in the DC area.  GENDER: MALE RACE: WHITE AGE: 20s VOCAL PART: BARITONE  AUDITION INFORMATION Please create a video submission …

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What a Week! MLK Jr. Parade and First Rehearsal

By Natalie Graves Tucker You think Raymond’s first week was busy. This week was chock-full of activies on just the first two days. We participated in the 38th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade on the coldest day of the year on Monday. Our small yet mighty marching group consisted of Theater Alliance staff, board members, actors and interns. We also …

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