Thank you to everyone who came to see [gay] Cymbeline at the Anacostia Arts Center. Your support, reviews, donations, and applause are what made the show a success, and we are grateful to you.  We're also looking forward to presenting you with our next production, this time at the Capital Fringe Festival -- so keep an eye on this page to see what's next!

Founded in 2013, Theatre Prometheus is a small not-for-profit group dedicated to exploring and promoting diverse, woman-focused narratives here in Washington, DC. We believe in the power of local theater and are committed to providing opportunities to local artists, creating productions both by and for the communities we live in.

We tell the stories that too often go untold and we reach audiences too often overlooked by larger companies. From an unflinching one-woman take on Joan of Arc and our recent all-woman production of Macbeth, to our critically-acclaimed Good Kids and our upcoming queered Cymbeline, we are dedicated to producing work that that highlights marginalized narratives.

Theatre Prometheus is a small, not-for-profit group with limited funds, and your support goes a long way.  Help us bring the fire, and make a donation today.

Theatre Prometheus is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Theatre Prometheus must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.