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'Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm\'s \"breathtakingly on-point\" (Washington Post) comedy Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies returns for a special encore remount after its sold-out run became one of the first breakout D.C. hits of 2017. This irreverent examination of growing up Black in America features two unlikely allies -- Marquis and Tru. Suspecting that Marquis has lost his \"blackness,\" Tru pens a manual entitled \"Being Black for Dummies,\" which sends the two on a whirlwind journey through a world of cheerleaders, 2Pac, Nietzsche, Apollo and Dionysus. This searing satire, which just won the Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding Original New Play, is back to challenge notions, break boundaries and leave you questioning your own perceptions of race…
'When hotshot Arab scholar Adham goes to London in 1967 with his new wife to give a talk, he has no idea his trip will end on a life-changing pivot point. After war suddenly breaks out in his homeland, what should he do? The Vagrant Trilogy at Washington DC\'s Atlas Performing Arts Center follows each fork in that road, allowing the audience to experience his parallel lives, love and losses. Seen together in one epic showing, the plays speak to the psychic effects of displacement not just for Palestinians, but for all of us. The Vagrant Trilogy is part of the 2018 Voices From a Changing Middle East Festival and stars Hadi Tabbal of NBC\'s The Brave.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or…
'Rorschach will lead a collaboration with five other theatre companies from across the city to create a limited run event featuring six new 10-minute plays. The project -- \"Klecksography: Collective Ink\" -- embraces the metaphor of the inkblot test by having all six plays inspired by just two prompts. How will each company\'s aesthetic influence the storytelling? During the show at Washington DC\'s Atlas Performing Arts Center, play-creation teams, each mentored by an artistic leader of a different theatre company, will be assembled via an open call for actors, playwrights and directors.
'\"Rage -- Goddess, sing the rage of Peleus\' son Achilles.\" \"An Iliad\" is a modern retelling of Homer\'s classic about the horrors and glories of the Trojan War. While epic in scope, it tells the deeply personal story of Achilles and Hector; of families, lovers, and inseparable friends; and the tragic, yet enthralling, nature of war. But most of all, it is about rage: the way it warps us, the lengths we go to satiate it, and our struggle to control it. Both DC-area natives, Broadway producer Conor Bagley (\"Once on This Island\") directs classically trained Iason Togias (Yale, RADA) in their homecoming production as they grapple with the greatest war story ever told. With the lone Poet performing the story to the tune of a live musician, experience \"The Iliad\" as Homer…
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