Banner.PNG
IMG_2881.PNG
Fireplace.PNG

It's time to re-open the house.

4615 Theatre will return to the stage in December with the Housewarming Theatre Festival, a sprawling celebration of the company’s resident artists. Featuring short plays, an all-new interactive piece, as well as musical performances and special guest engagements, the festival will take up the entire first floor of The Writer’s Center in Bethesda. Audiences will be able to choose their own path for the day, moving between multiple performance spaces to take in an array of programming, all led by and featuring resident artists, along with other frequent 4615 collaborators. 

The inspiration for our theatre’s founding was a site-specific, roving production in multiple rooms of a house, back in 2013. Our namesake is the address of that house; a reference to the thrill of using an environment to its absolute fullest, asking the audience to take an active role in telling a story, and to our belief in treating every theatre-going experience like a house party. We are asking audiences to join with artists in making a space feel like home again. This feels like the perfect way to mark the start of our next chapter; revisiting our beginnings on a much bigger scale, and celebrating the community we’ve built since.


Part of the company’s rapid growth over the past few years has included the creation of a team of Resident Artists; DC-based performers, directors, designers, writers and more who have chosen to make 4615 a creative home. All of the works in Housewarming Theatre Festival involve at least one Resident Artist, either onstage or off, and many of the pieces are long-standing passion projects for those involved. 

We have an incredible line-up of performers, writers, designers and directors ready to give you a taste of the creative spirit that won us the 2020 John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theater. Festival passes are available now, so gather your friends, bring a mask and get ready 

Welcome home, 

4615 Theatre Co.

IMG_2883.PNG
IMG_2884.PNG
IMG_2882.PNG
IMG_2885.PNG
IMG_2884.PNG
IMG_2883.PNG

THE PLAYS

In-Person Pass:
BLUE by Caridad Svich
HUMAN RESOURCES by Matthew Minnicino
NEVERLANDING by Amanda Zeitler
POR LO QUE SOY by Jordanna Hernandez
NO, BUT by Patrick Flynn
PARLOR GAMES created by Charlotte La Nasa


 

Digital Pass:
DARK CITY by Gregory Keng Strasser & Sara Eskandari
ALIEN WITH EXTRAORDINARY SKILLS by Saviana Stanescu

 

 

+ Many more events!
In-Person and Virtual Passes available now 

Learn more here >

IMG_2882.PNG

THE PLAYS

 

COVID SAFETY

Coming In-Person?
To ensure the safety of both audiences and artists, all patrons attending the in-person portion of the festival must wear a mask at all times when in the building and, upon entry, must provide front of house staff either proof of vaccination (with the final dose dated at minimum 6 weeks prior to the performance date) or a negative COVID test dated within 24-48 hours. Patrons will be notified of this policy at the time of ticket purchase as well as 24 hours before the festival date they selected. Additionally, all artists working on the production, both onstage and off, will be vaccinated.  As we return to our in-person theatrical home, it is vital that we keep the safety and security of the homes we have spent roughly the last 20 months in.

COVID SAFETY

IMG_2881.PNG
 

THE LINE-UP

THE LINE-UP

SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE

Schedule 11_30.PNG

Subject to change. Check often for updates.

 
IMG_2885.PNG
IMG_2884.PNG

In-Person Schedule

Digital Schedule
Digital passes begin on December 12th at 2:50 PM EST and last until December 19.
December 12 @ 3:45 PM EST - Alien with Extraordinary Skills by Saviana Stanescu (Stream, replayable until December 19)
December 12 - Dark City (Download available until December 19)


 

11_30 Lineup.PNG

All Set?

Fireplace.PNG