Announcing our 2024-2025 Season

Each play slated for production this season delve deep into the themes of personal and societal transformation. Helmed by 6 talented local directors, you won’t want to miss being involved this year at the Stage. From gripping drama, to satire and adaptation, join us at Silver Spring Stage for our exciting 2024/2025 season!

Silver Spring Stage One Act Festival 

(August 3-11, 2024)

Twelve fantastic new works from the brightest local playwrights across the DMV area.

Church & State by Jason Odell Williams

Dir. Jen Katz

(September 12-29, 2024)

A provocative, timely political drama that explores the intersection of faith, politics, and personal conviction in the high-stakes world of elections.

Junk by Ayad Akhtar

Dir. Fletcher Lowe

(October 25-November 10, 2024)

A gripping financial thriller set in the ruthless world of 1980s Wall Street, exposing the greed and ambition that fueled the junk bond market.

Dot by Colman Domingo

Dir. Rikki Lacewell

(December 6-15, 2024)

A heartfelt, humorous family drama that examines aging and dementia during a chaotic Christmas reunion in West Philadelphia.

The Playboy of the Western World(A new version!) by Bisi Adigun and Roddy Doyle. 

Dir. Seth Ghitelman 

(January 24-February 9, 2025)

A fresh take on J.M. Synge’s classic comedy about a young man who gains unexpected fame in a rural Irish village by claiming to have committed a heinous crime.

Peerless by Jiehae Park

Dir. Youri Kim

(March 14-30, 2025)

A darkly comedic adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth where two ambitious Asian-American sisters stop at nothing to get into the college of their dreams.

Blues for an Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleage

Dir. Kevin Sockwell

(May 2-18, 2025)

A poignant drama set during the Harlem Renaissance that weaves together the lives of five passionate, determined characters chasing dreams while navigating love and adversity.

Company by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth

Dir. Matthew Bannister

(June 13-29, 2025)

Sondheim’s groundbreaking musical about modern relationships as a bachelorette faces her 35th birthday while contemplating love, commitment, and the complexities of being single in a coupled world.