News & Media
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DC Metro Theater Arts reviews The In Series The Tale of Serse at the Atlas.
The Washington Post reviews Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company of DC Twisted Melodies at the Atlas.
The Washington Post reviews The In Series The Tale of Serse at the Atlas.
DC Metro Theatre Arts reviews Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company of DC Sooner / Later at the Atlas.
DC Metro Theatre Arts reviews NFT Dance & Company NOC-tURNE at the Atlas.
The Washington Post reviews Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company of DC Sooner / Later at the Atlas.
Broadway World reviews Rorschach Theatre Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven at the Atlas.
DC Metro Theatre Arts reviews Rorschach Theatre Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven at the Atlas.
DC Theatre Scene reviews Rorschach Theatre Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven at the Atlas.
The Washington Post reviews Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company of DC Native Son at the Atlas.
Washington City Paper reviews Scena Theater Pinter Rep and Beckett Trio at the Atlas.
Metro Weekly reviews Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company of DC Native Son at the Atlas.
Hoodline.com names Intersections as one of The Best Family and Learning Events in Washington this Week.
Metro Weekly interviews Executive Director, Douglas Yeuell for the Intersections Festival.
The Pinkline Project recommends the Intersections Festival.
The Washington Post recommends shows at the Intersections Festival.
Washington City Paper reviews “Shame 2.0,” by Mosaic Theater Company in ‘Political and Cultural Tensions Arise in Shame 2.0 with Comments from the Populace.’
Washington Jewish Week reviews “Shame 2.0,” by Mosaic Theater Company in ‘A treatise on censorship…’
The Washington Post reviews “Submission,” by Scena Theatre showing at the Atlas through February 10 in Extremism rules ‘Submission,’ but soul swings ‘Three Sistahs’.
BroadwayWorld reviews 2019 Intersections artist Moveius Contemporary Ballet in The 2008 Financial Crisis and Climate Change As Seen Through Contemporary Ballet.
HomeTownSounds urges everyone in DC to see Bohemian Cavern’s Jazz Orchestra in their weekly Don’t Stay Home This Week.
DCMetro Theater Arts reviews Oh, God, presented by Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company of Washington DC.
Washington Life Magazine interviews Rebecca Magnuson about empowering abuse survivors through her one-woman musical.
Metro Weekly selects Akua Allrich’s 10th Annual Nina Simone and Mariam Makeba for Editor’s Picks.
Comcast produces a short video revealing the history of the Atlas and the vision for 2020, seen here.
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation co-presents On Screen / In Person.
Bloomberg Philanthropies designates the Atlas Performing Arts Center along with Resident Arts Partners, Joy of Motion Dance Center, Mosaic Theater, and Step Afrika! for the 2018 Arts Innovation and Management Training Program.
The Washington Informer reviews Vivica A Fox at the Atlas.
Washington DC blog recommends 10 Things to See and Do on H Street NE.
Feature article in Metro Weekly on Atlas Executive Director Douglas Yeuell
December 21, 2017
Hill Is Home blog recommends Step Afrika!’s Magical Musical Holiday Step Show.
December 21, 2017
Beyond Ideas Group chose Atlas as one of the Best Conference and Event Venues in DC! Rent the Atlas for your next event–details here.
December 15, 2017
December 15, 2017
Atlas Theatre for the Very Young, Snow Day recommended in Hill Rag — show runs through 12/30!
December 11, 2017
The Washington Post recommends the Atlas’ co-production of Step Afrika!’s Magical Musical Holiday Step Show,tickets are selling out so get your seats now!
December 7, 2017
Hill is Home blog recommends the Atlas Holiday Cheers concert happening this Saturday, Dec. 9.
December 6, 2017
Get a preview of Atlas Arts Partner Step Afrika!’s Magical Musical Holiday Step Show on NewsChannel 8’s (WJLA) Let’s Talk Live! Tickets are selling out, get yours NOW!
December 5, 2017
The Washington Post reviews Atlas Arts Partner Mosaic Theater both Draw the Circle and The Real Americans, currently running in rep at the Atlas.
November 20, 2017
Check out the recent article about the arts in DC from The District Now, featuring Atlas Executive Director Doug Yeuell and songstress Cecily Bumbray.
November 16, 2017
Hill is Home features Atlas jazz show, Cecily Salutes DC on this weekend’s to-do list. Tickets are still available!
November 9, 2017
Congratulations to Sandi Holloway, Atlas’ City at Peace Director, for her recently awarded Teaching Artist Fellowship from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities!
November 8, 2017
Congratulations to Atlas’ Marketing and PR Manager Sarah O’Halloran on her nomination for 2017 BroadwayWorld Washington DC Awards for Most Creative Sound Design in a Small Professional Theatre. She is nominated for her work with Atlas’ Resident Arts Partner Mosaic Theater for their production of The Return.
November 7-8, 2017
Read Atlas’ Resident Arts Partner Mosaic Theatre’s recent reviews in The Washington Post, DC Theatre Scene, and DC Metro Theater Arts!
November 3, 2017
Congratulations to Atlas Arts Partner Step Afrika!, debuting off-Broadway and previewed in The New York Times! See Step Afrika’s Magical Musical Holiday Step Show here at the Atlas from Dec. 15-30–tickets selling fast!
October 31, 2017
Performer Herb Scott discusses local activism and jazz with dcist.com. See Herb at this Atlas this Friday, 11/3 at 8 pm.
October 30, 2017
dceater.com mentions today’s &Pizza fundraiser–happening from 12-8 pm at the H Street &pizza location–Atlas receives a donation for every pie sold today!
October 26, 2017
The Washington Post Express covers Atlas’ silent film screening (with live musical accompaniment by Andrew Earle Simpson) of Dr. Caligari’s Cabinet and The Devil’s Assistant, showing at the Atlas on Sunday, Oct. 29 at 4 pm.
October 20, 2017
Congratulations to Arts on the Horizon for their recent Helen Hayes Awards Recommended mention. Arts on the Horizon is presenting their Theatre for the Very Young show, Drumming with Dishes this week!
October 19, 2017
Congratulations to Atlas Arts Partner Mosaic Theater Company for winning The Washington Post’s 2017 Best of DC Small Theater Company award!
October 5, 2017
Hill is Home recommends Atlas’ Akua Allrich show this Sunday evening at 8 pm! Tickets on sale here.
October 3, 2017
Read Espn’s recent article about WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw and come see a film about her life and career here at the Atlas on November 5!
September 29, 2017
DCist covers DC’s new Multiflora Music Festival — Atlas is presenting Columbian music sensation Combo Chimbita on October 20 as a part of the festival.
September 14, 2017
Check out NPR’s Fresh Air interview with Fred Hersch, who is performing at the Atlas — October 21!
August 23, 2017
Congratulations to the Atlas Resident Arts Partner, Mosaic Theater Company, for the great review from the Washington Post on The Devil’s Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith!
August 2, 2017
Washingtonian Magazine takes a look at historic theaters in the DC Metro area, including the Atlas.
March 21, 2016
Atlas Executive Director Douglas Yeuell appears on WTOP’s Foodie and the Beast in an H Street Roundtable featuring local H Street restaurants and establishments.
Listen to the March 20th Show Now!
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis
March 8, 2016
Washington Post: Mirenka Cechova’s “FAiTH”
‘FAiTH’ is an authentic, powerful portrayal of ballerinas on the brink
by Rebecca Ritzel
February 22, 2016
Atlas Executive Director Douglas Yeuell visits “Let’s Talk Live DC” to talk INTERSECTIONS and Atlas’ 10th Anniversary!
November 22, 2015
Washington Post Review: Jamie Baum Septet +
Flutes are for “cloud and angel music”? Jamie Baum doesn’t think so.
by Michael West
November 8, 2015
Danceviewtimes: Mirenka Cechova’s “The Voice of Anne Frank”
by George Jackson