Arena Stage

Building a New Life in Snow Child
Arena Stage presents a musical vision of 1920s Alaska.
The End of an Era in Two Trains Running
Arena Stage delivers a vision of Pittsburgh in 1969.
Arena Stage Sets Cast for August Wilson's Two Trains Running
The play will be presented as a coproduction with Seattle Repertory Theatre.
Robert Schenkkan Constructs The Great Society in His All the Way Sequel
Arena Stage looks squarely at the presidential life and legacy of Lyndon Johnson.
Robert Schenkkan Goes All the Way With LBJ Sequel The Great Society
Schenkkan discusses the tragic side of his two-part tale, which has its Arena Stage premiere in February.
Mary Kathryn Nagle Reminds D.C. Audiences Just Whose Land They're Living On
Sovereignty unites family history with an overlooked piece of America's past.
Arena Stage examines the Cherokee Nation's past and present.
Theresa Rebeck, Craig Lucas, and More to Pen "Power Plays"
The D.C. theater is commissioning playwrights to highlight each decade of American history for Arena Stage Initiative.
Nina Simone: Four Women
Arena Stage highlights Simone's political influence.