First rehearsal in the performance space

January 28’s rehearsal was a special one because it was the first time we were in our performance space.


Throughout the rehearsal, the actors and lighting technicians were getting used to being in the new space.



Even though we weren’t able to run the whole show, we focused on perfecting the transitions between the scenes and the scenes themselves.  As always, the energy was high as the actors and production team all worked to improve the show to make it the best it can be.

Remember, tickets are now available to reserve for the show!  The performance dates are February 22nd and February 23rd for 7:30pm.  CALL DC ARTS CENTER TO RESERVE YOUR TICKET 202-462-7833 or email Tickets are $10 general admission and $8 for DCAC members.


Here is an interview with another one of our cast members!


Here’s an interview with one of our cast members!


Here’s a special look at the antics our cast got up to at the Rob Anthony show!


Part 3 of our interview with Rob Anthony!


Here is part 2 of our interview on the Rob Anthony show!


Here is Part 1 of our interview on the Rob Anthony Show!

A huge thank you to Rob Anthony and Wide Open Radio DC for having us on!

Tickets are currently available for reserve for the Friday, February 22nd - 730pm and Saturday, February 23rd - 730pm shows. Additional shows will be added depending on the early sales of these shows, and we will let you know as soon as we know. So tell your friends and family they can begin reserving tickets on Monday!

Tickets are not available for pre-purchase. When you reserve a ticket or tickets, you are simply reserving them. You will pay for them at the door on the day of the show. Tickets are held at the book office until 15 minutes before show time. The show begins at 7:30pm and there is NO late seating. Also, let your family and friends know that this show may not be suitable for small children.

CALL DC ARTS CENTER TO RESERVE YOUR TICKET 202-462-7833 or email beginning Monday. Tickets are $10 general admission and $8 for DCAC members.

Monday’s Lost Letters rehearsal was again all about going off book.

Compared to last week, the actors all impressively remembered most of their lines. It was a great rehearsal, and we made a lot of progress in perfecting each scene.

Performance dates are getting closer and closer! Stay tuned to this page for ticket news, cast interviews, and media updates!

Going Off Book!

Monday’s Lost Letters rehearsal was the first one after the holidays. Even though I am sure everyone was mourning the end of the holidays, the cast and production team got right back to work.

As usual, we started rehearsal with a warmup. To give a taste of what kind of exercises our cast members participate in, I will describe last night’s warmup. This particular one, led by Arielle (you can check out my interview with her in previous posts on the DCWTG Tumblr page!), was called Screaming Trees. The actors and actresses stood in a circle, put their heads down, looked up, and whoever made eye contact had to die a loud “death”. As you can imagine, this allowed for some entertaining and creative “deaths” and provided laughs for the cast and the rest of the production team. It also allowed everyone to loosen up and get comfortable in the room before the rehearsal.

After a character exercise led by Star, the bulk of the rehearsal was spent on running through the entire play (without looking at the script!). Because this was the actors’ first time going off book in rehearsal, we naturally did not get through the whole piece. Star gave direction in the back of the rehearsal room, while Evette gave lines to anyone who had trouble remembering. The play ran relatively smoothly, and the work that has been put in to the play so far has been great.

We’re getting close to our performance dates, so I know we are all looking forward to our next rehearsal to perfect the show!