Center Stage

A core group of good actors makes up the backbone of the local theater scene. Here are some audience favorites you can see this season.

Jerry Whiddon. Photograph of Whiddon courtesy of Theater J

Rick Foucheux: Henry IV Part 1, Folger Theatre, October 8 through November 16.

Will Gartshore: Anyone Can Whistle, Signature Theatre, October 6.

Edward Gero: The Seafarer, Studio Theatre, January 14 through February 22.

Kimberly Gilbert: Boom, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, November 3 through 30; Fever/Dream, Woolly Mammoth, June 1 through 28.

Philip Goodwin: The Seafarer, Studio Theatre, January 14 through February 22.

Tana Hicken: The Road to Mecca, Studio Theatre, through October 12.

Naomi Jacobson: The Winter’s Tale, Folger Theatre, January 28 through March 8; The Seagull on 16th St., Theater J, June 17 through July 19.

Floyd King: The Seafarer, Studio Theatre, January 14 through February 22; The Way of the World, Shakespeare Theatre Company, through November 16.

John Lescault: The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Signature Theatre, through November 16; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Round House Theatre, April 1 through 26.

Andrew Long: The Way of the World, Shakespeare Theatre Company, through November 16; The Winter’s Tale, Folger Theatre, January 28 through March 8.

Sarah Marshall: Boom, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, November 3 through 30.

Jennifer Mendenhall: A Beautiful View, Studio Theatre, October 8 through November 2.

Donna Migliaccio: “Broadway: Three Generations,” Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater, October 2 through 5.

Kate Eastwood Norris: Fever/Dream, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, June 1 through 28.

Tracy Lynn Olivera: Les Misérables, Signature Theatre, December 2 through February 22.

Nancy Robinette: The Way of the World, Shakespeare Theatre Company, through November 16.

KenYatta Rogers: Eurydice, Round House Theatre, February 4 through March 1; Fever/Dream, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, June 1 through 28.

J. Fred Shiffman: The Seagull on 16th St., Theater J, June 17 through July 19.

Tom Story: Henry IV Part 1, Folger Theatre, October 8 through November 16.

Holly Twyford: The Road to Mecca, Studio Theatre, through October 12; The Little Dog Laughed, Signature Theatre, January 13 through March 8; Arcadia, Folger Theatre, May 5 through June 14.

Ted van Griethuysen: Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare Theatre Company, through October 12; Rock ’n’ Roll, Studio Theatre, April 22 through May 31.

Jerry Whiddon: The Seagull on 16th St., Theater J, June 17 through July 19.

 

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