Our 34th Season: 2022 – 2023!


Bold productions that will transport you to Europe and beyond



Beckett Shorts

by Samuel Beckett (Ireland)

Directed by Robert McNamara (USA / DC)


Washington Premiere! | June 22 – July 16, 2022


This will be four minimalist works— succinct in their view of humanity and replete with dark humor. Beckett's rarely seen mime plays Act Without Words I and II, Rough for Theatre I and Eh Joe constitute the bill from the master of the absurd for a darkly compelling evening.


DC Arts Center, 2438 18th St NW, WDC 20009


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The Time Machine

by H.G. Wells (England), adapted by Robert Lloyd Parry (Ireland)

Directed by Robert McNamara (USA / DC)


U.S. Premiere | October 17 – November 13, 2022


A man flies into the future only to find the past that eludes him in this brilliant fable by the legendary master of science fiction H.G. Wells and author of the novel War of the Worlds. This is a modern classic we will bring to the DC stage — a perfect remedy to the uncertainty and isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic.


The ATLAS Performing Arts Center (1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC 20002)


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Strong Wind

by Jon Fosse (Norway)

Directed by Robert McNamara (USA / DC)


U.S. Premiere | November 3 – 27, 2022

This is the latest full-length play by the modern-day master of the absurd, Jon Fosse. Expressive language and human emotions intertwine in this chiaroscuro collage as three people meet and talk about their lives - or do they? Playwright Fosse is the most performed living writer in Europe and 2010 winner of the Ibsen Award.


DC Arts Center, 2438 18th St NW, WDC 20009


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The Comedian Harmonists

by Gottfried Greifhagen & translated by Gabriele Jakobi (Germany)

Directed by Robert McNamara (USA / DC)


U.S. Premiere | November 28, 2022 – January 17, 2023


Travel back in time to Berlin, Germany in the 1930s for a splendid musical. Experience the meteoric, rags-to-riches story of the top singing act in all of Europe: The Comedian Harmonists. Revel in the decadence of Berlin and follow the tale of music, love, success and despair as Europe falls to the madness of the coming World War. This music act's rise and eventual fall is explored against the background of the Nazis’ rise to power. Packed with humor, this musical has a sharp message as Jewish and Aryan characters struggle to stay alive during the coming Nazi storm.


The ATLAS Performing Arts Center (1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC 20002)


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