The newly announced concept will include pre-recorded streaming performances for performing arts enthusiasts of all ages, keeping locals entertained all summer long.
As part of its signature Yiddish Theater Lab, the two livestreamed readings are meant to celebrate, rediscover and preserve Jewish theatrical heritage.
Due to the widespread effects of the coronavirus throughout the DC metro area, the performing arts venue’s three stages will remain empty through September for the first time in almost 50 years.
The company is bringing together cast members from its 20-year history for its first-ever streaming adaptation.
Their on-stage performance depicting Princess Diana’s life may have been canceled, but NoVA natives Randal Dewey and Angela Knight still have a story to tell.