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2014 - 2015

Absolutely! {perhaps}
The Lieutenant of Inishmore
The Fire and The Rain

2013 - 2014

The Love of the Nightingale



May 2 - June 2, 2013

Helen Hayes Recommended

January 17 - Februry 17, 2013

Helen Hayes Recommended
Taking Steps

September 6 - October 7, 2012


Helen Hayes Recommended

May 2 - June 3, 2012

Blood Wedding
February 2 - March 4, 2012

Helen Hayes Recommended
Arms and the Man

October 20 - November 20, 2011


The Green Bird
May 5 - June 4, 2011

Helen Hayes Recommended

 Washington Post's Editors' Pick

 TBD Pick

"Splendor & High Voltage Enchantment"
- Celia Wren, The Washington Post

"The psychedelic, bold show has the weird and the wonderful in spades..."
- Sophie Gilbert, The Washingtonian

"Constellation's The Green Bird soars to unexpected and wonderful heights!"
- Doug Rule, Metro Weekly

"Wondrous... be transported into its magical realm"
- Leslie Weisman, DC Theatre Scene

"With Carlo Gozzi's The Green Bird, Constellation Theatre has found the perfect medium for their hyper-surrealist style in a play inspired by commedia dell'arte."
- Jen Larsen, We Love DC

"The Green Bird... soars because of the nimbleness of its surprisingly high-caliber acting ensemble and of its masterful stage, sound and costume designers."
Randy Shulman, Metro weekly

"Bird Brained: Actors don feathers for avian roles"
-Maura Judkis,

 Bob Anthony, All Arts Review 4U

On The Razzle
February 3 - March 6, 2011

Helen Hayes Recommended

"Inspired Humor... Brilliantly Orchestrated... A Carnivalesque Reality"
- Celia Wren, The Washington Post

"Admirably Ambitious... Smart and Nuanced"
Bob Mondello, The Washington City Paper

"There are actually few false moves in Constellation Theatre's production -- and still the show is nothing but a farce."
- Doug Rule, Metro weekly

"An Impressive Showing... Very Inventive"
- Jada Bradley,

"Enduring Charm... Comic Moves and Deft Wordplay"
Jayne Blanchard, DC Theatre Scene

"Constellation's On The Razzle, Where the Pun is Very Much Intended!"
- Siram Gopal, DCist

"That's the kind of delightfully dizzy night you're in for with Constellation Theatre Company's madcap production of Tom Stoppard's On The Razzle."
- Jen Larsen, We Love DC

Women Beware Women
October 14- November 14, 2010

"A Jewel-Colored Circus... Alluring Yet Sinister... That's Entertainment!"
- Celia Wren, The Washington Post

"Wonderfully Entertaining"
- Carol Chastang, DC Theatre Scene 

"Twisted, Sick Fun!"
- Jen Larsen, We Love DC

"Constellation's Women Beware Women Has Style to Spare"
- Missy Frederick, DCist

"A Shakespeare contemporary gets the Tim Burton treatment."
-- Chris Klimek, Washington City Paper

"Without question, Constellation's greatest strength is their ability to work as an ensemble."
Tom Avila, Metro weekly

"Constellation Theatre's lively production of Thomas Middleton's Jacobean tragedy "Women Beware Women" is a hardcore lesson in the ways of the world."
- Patrick Folliard, Washington Blade


A Flea in Her Ear

Three Sisters

The Ramayana



The Marriage of Figaro



A Dream Play

The Arabian Nights

The Good Woman of Setzuan

The Oresteia





Constellation Theatre Company
1835 14th Street NW | Washington D.C. | 20009 | 202.204.7741 |
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