Currently, all of Corcoran's main stage productions across music, theatre and dance will be held virtually. Please check back here for streaming information.


At the core of the Theatre & Dance and Music programs' educational training are a wide variety of co-curricular performances and other special events. These performances are open to the general public as Season Productions.


For additional Music events, including camerata recitals and student recitals, please visit the Music Events page.

For NEXT Music Capstone Recitals, please visit the NEXT Exhibition page.

2020–2021 Season (Fall)



Thursday, October 15, 2020
7:30 p.m. Eastern
Heathers poster

By Sophocles Translated by Elizabeth Wyckoff
Directed by Matt Wilson

Virtual Performance presented by the Corcoran Program of Theatre & Dance.


One of the great Greek Tragedies, The King Creon has decreed that the body of his nephew, the rebel Polynices, is not to be buried. But Antigone, Creon’s niece and sister to Polynices, refuses to accept this dishonor. The Law vs the Rebel, a family’s honor vs the status quo, a King vs the gods—and a niece defying her uncle.



Dance Film Shorts posterDANCE FILM SHORTS

Thursday, December 3, 2020
7:30 p.m. Eastern

This event is free and open to the public.

Artistic Director, Maida Withers and New Media/Film Makers, Guest Artists, Robin Bell and Ludovic Jolivet join with GW dance faculty and choreography students to create dance on camera shorts to broadcast to the public online. Projects for this inaugural season, feature film shorts by Faculty Choreographers Dana Tai Soon Burgess and Giselle Ruzany, along with Student Choreographers Katherine Auerswald, Jillian Canning, Julia Chodyla, Chloe Davis, Hannah Jacobson, Alison Janega, Kinaya Mceady, and Madelyn Sell. Dancers, who are also filming themselves dancing “on location,” collaborate remotely with choreographers from national and international locations in the creation of the dance film shorts



Intermission posterINTERMISSION: Students Take the Mainstage

Thursday, December 17, 2020
7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Eastern

This event is free and open to the public.

Professor Jodi Kanter is at the helm of an evening featuring nine different scenes directed by nine different TRDA students! Join Gabriella Dubois. Marketa Hlouskova, Ali Januzzi, Caroline Kreigstein, Jolien Louis, Melanie Malson, Cara McErlean, Natalie Parks and Elizabeth Wang as they take you from the shores of the Hudson, to the internet, even to the Death of Trotsky! Be advised- certain scenes have strong themes, content and language.


Ticket Information (Theatre & Dance performances)

Students/Seniors (60+): $10 per performance

General Admission: $20 per performance

Reserve By Phone

Call (202) 994-0551 at least 6 hours in advance of the performance.

Reserved tickets may be picked up at the box office Will-Call before the performance.

Tickets to Season performances can be purchased at the box office, located at the window of the former Welcome Desk in the Marvin Center. The box office opens one hour before show time. We accept cash, credit card, and check.

How it works

Purchase online or at the box office. If you purchase online, the Season Pass will be available for pick-up at the box office when you come for your first production.

If you have any questions call 202-994-0551 or email [email protected].

Dinner & A Show

Bring your receipt from dining out at District Commons or Tonic on the night of the show and receive a $5 discount on each of your adult theatre tickets!