DC Hip Hop Festival comes to Anacostia Playhouse for two nights only!

DC Hip Hop Festival comes to Anacostia Playhouse for two nights only!

Anacostia Playhouse is excited to welcome Diggin’ DC Opening in DC this July, the 15th Annual Hip-Hop Theater Festival will spend two nights performing from the Anacostia Playhouse. Produced and presented by Hi Arts for thirteen years, the festival presents celebrated new and returning works by local and international artists.   Anu Yadav’s ‘Cappers – July...
Theater Alliance Presents World Premiere Occupied Territories

Theater Alliance Presents World Premiere Occupied Territories

Theater Alliance ends Season 12 with the world premiere of a new commissioned play: Occupied Territories This stirring exploration of war and its cost by acclaimed theater artists Mollye Maxner, Kelly Maxner, and Nancy Bannon begins performances June 11 Theater Alliance is thrilled to announce the run of Occupied Territories,...
Children's Summer Theatre Camp with Renee Charlow

Children’s Summer Theatre Camp with Renee Charlow

Anacostia Playhouse presents… Renee Charlow’s Summer Theater Camp Three weeks of Theater, Visual Arts, Music, Friendship and FUN FUN FUN For ages 6-12   Camp will take place at: Anacostia Playhouse 2020 Shannon Place SE Washington, DC 20020    From: July 20-August 7 9:30 am until 4:30pm 30 minute lunch...
Keith Hamilton Cobb’s "American Moor" Comes to the Anacostia Playhouse!

Keith Hamilton Cobb’s “American Moor” Comes to the Anacostia Playhouse!

  Anacostia Playhouse is proud to present… American Moor by Keith Hamilton Cobb   What is the role of a lifetime?  What is the role of a life? How many lives might live in one role?   The intelligent, intuitive, indomitable, large, black, American male actor explores Shakespeare’s Othello, race,...
Brick by Brick

Brick by Brick

Anacostia Playhouse is committed to bringing together the rich talent and culture East of the River and the performance community across DC. But to do that we need your help!
About the Anacostia Playhouse

About the Anacostia Playhouse

The H Street Playhouse opened its doors in July 2002 with a production of The Colored Museum. Now the Playhouse has reopened as The Anacostia Playhouse. The new theater at 2020 Shannon Place, SE, is located in a place of both rich history and great promise, much as H Street...
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Anacostia Playhouse is Pleased to Receive…

The Creative Economy Award We are incredibly excited to announce that on May 1st  2015, the Anacostia Playhouse received the Creative Economy Award at the 5th Annual Congress Heights Great Streets Honors Awards ceremony. In recognition of our commitment to the arts and economic contribution to the Anacostia community, we were presented with this (see...

Anacostia Playhouse Featured in Washington City Paper

If you haven’t picked up a copy of last week’s City Paper, get thee to the news stand and grab a copy. The entire issue centers on the relationship between the arts and economic development in Historic Anacostia. There are five great articles, one of which features the Anacostia Playhouse. Click here to read our...

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As we move forward with the build out of the Anacostia Playhouse, we’d love to stay in touch with you! Using social media? Join us on Facebook and Twitter. We will be posting an email list sign-up soon, but in the meantime if you’d like to be on the list, send your contact information to...

About the Anacostia Playhouse

The H Street Playhouse opened its doors in July 2002 with a production of The Colored Museum. Now the Playhouse is ready for a new chapter: In the spring of 2013 we will become The Anacostia Playhouse. The new theater (at 2020 Shannon Place, SE) is located in a place of both rich history and...