On September 12, 2001, Waverly prepares for a blind date at her Minneapolis apartment, absently-mindedly watching television in the background. When her date arrives, the two are joined by friends and neighbors to huddle around the T.V. Soon, Waverly reveals that she is waiting to hear if her twin sister, a New York resident, is safe.
News About Recent Tragic Events at Atlas Performing Arts Center
BWW Review: Prologue Theatre's RECENT TRAGIC EVENTS a Wild, Thought-Provoking Ride
January 27, 2020
Recent Tragic Events, now being staged some 18 years after its premiere, is a piece that has matured beyond its original context. And Prologue Theatre's top-notch production argues convincingly for its endurance on the stage for years to come.
Washington Theatre to Honor Victor Shargai
January 24, 2020
The Washington theatre community remains in mourning over the loss of Victor Shargai, long-time theatreWashington board chair, theater lover, and philanthropist, who passed away peacefully at home on December 24, 2019. For decades, Victor dedicated himself to celebrating theater artists and strengthening the theater institutions in the Washington D.C. region. As a champion and a supporter, he believed fervently in theater's power to transform lives and communities.
Prologue Theatre Continues Second Season With Craig Wright's RECENT TRAGIC EVENTS
January 07, 2020
Recent Tragic Events, Craig Wright's quirky and compelling story that follows a succession of bizarre coincidences and explores the spectrum of fate and free will, also examines Prologue Theatre's season question a?oeWhere do we look to find ourselves?a??