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An annual showcase for new plays and musicals, Page-to-Stage hosts free readings and open rehearsals to give you a glimpse of Washington's new theater season.

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Arts on the Horizon 8/31/13: Arts on the Horizon

In The Young Spectaculars and The Front Yard Adventure, meet brother and sister Andrew and Emma. Energized by their super-powered imaginations, but stuck creating their own adventures near the front porch, they save a cat and a picnic lunch before stumbling upon more than they bargained for. For ages 2 to 5. Part of Page-Stage 2013.

Arts on the Horizon

In The Young Spectaculars and The Front Yard Adventure, meet brother and sister Andrew and Emma. Energized by their super-powered imaginations, but stuck creating their own adventures near the front porch, they save a cat and a picnic lunch before stumbling upon more than they bargained for. For ages 2 to 5. Part of Page-Stage 2013.

Page to Stage Festival 9/1/08: Page to Stage Festival

Signature Theater presents a showcase of three new musicals by one of The Next Generation–commissioned artists, composer Matt Conner—Crossing, Senior Moments, and Sleepy Hollow (with book writer Hunter Foster).

Page to Stage Festival

Signature Theater presents a showcase of three new musicals by one of The Next Generation–commissioned artists, composer Matt Conner—Crossing, Senior Moments, and Sleepy Hollow (with book writer Hunter Foster).
Page to Stage Festival 9/1/08: Page to Stage Festival

Bouncing Ball Theatrical Productions presents The Playdoh Golem, a klezmer-punk musical that tells the story of a Jewish teenage girl trying to win her crush. Commissioned by Theater J; written by Shawn Northrip; directed by Shirley Sirotsky.

Page to Stage Festival

Bouncing Ball Theatrical Productions presents The Playdoh Golem, a klezmer-punk musical that tells the story of a Jewish teenage girl trying to win her crush. Commissioned by Theater J; written by Shawn Northrip; directed by Shirley Sirotsky.
Page to Stage Festival 8/31/08: Page to Stage Festival

Adventure Theatre presents Harold and the Purple Crayon, a kid-friendly musical about a hero conquering the world with his oversized purple crayon, which is based on the book by Crockett Johnson.

Page to Stage Festival

Adventure Theatre presents Harold and the Purple Crayon, a kid-friendly musical about a hero conquering the world with his oversized purple crayon, which is based on the book by Crockett Johnson.
Page to Stage Festival 8/30/08: Page to Stage Festival
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Presented in association with the Source Festival, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville presents Match Games, directed by Michael Bigelow Dixon and curated by Amy Wegener. The play celebrates the 15th Anniversary of ATL’s Ten-Minute Play Festival.

4th ANNUAL PAGE-TO-STAGE NEW PLAY FESTIVAL: NEVERMORE (SIGNATURE THEATRE) 9/5/05: 4th ANNUAL PAGE-TO-STAGE NEW PLAY FESTIVAL: NEVERMORE (SIGNATURE THEATRE)

Signature Theatre presents this new musical by Matt Conner featuring a book by Norman Allen and set to lyrics by master of the macabre Edgar Allan Poe.

4th ANNUAL PAGE-TO-STAGE NEW PLAY FESTIVAL: NEVERMORE (SIGNATURE THEATRE)

Signature Theatre presents this new musical by Matt Conner featuring a book by Norman Allen and set to lyrics by master of the macabre Edgar Allan Poe.
LUNCH (WASHINGTON SHAKESPEARE COMPANY) 9/4/05: LUNCH (WASHINGTON SHAKESPEARE COMPANY)

In this new rock musical presented by the Washington Shakespeare Company, multiple stories unfold in a cafeteria as eighth graders find different ways of dealing with the moments between childhood and adulthood, which all come down to one thing…first love. Book and lyrics by Shawn Northrip.

LUNCH (WASHINGTON SHAKESPEARE COMPANY)

In this new rock musical presented by the Washington Shakespeare Company, multiple stories unfold in a cafeteria as eighth graders find different ways of dealing with the moments between childhood and adulthood, which all come down to one thing…first love. Book and lyrics by Shawn Northrip.

CAPTIVATED (OLNEY THEATRE CENTER FOR THE ARTS) 9/3/05: CAPTIVATED (OLNEY THEATRE CENTER FOR THE ARTS)

In the new musical Captivated, presented by the Olney Theatre Center for the Arts, employee Krista Fay Floeting and rejected loan applicant Clark Delgato become the victims of a bank’s unscrupulous loan officer, Lloyd Maloney. Book and lyrics by Kathleen Cahill, music by Deborah Wicks LaPuma.

CAPTIVATED (OLNEY THEATRE CENTER FOR THE ARTS)

In the new musical Captivated, presented by the Olney Theatre Center for the Arts, employee Krista Fay Floeting and rejected loan applicant Clark Delgato become the victims of a bank’s unscrupulous loan officer, Lloyd Maloney. Book and lyrics by Kathleen Cahill, music by Deborah Wicks LaPuma.

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