Next from Theatre Prometheus: [gay Cymbeline] at the Anacostia Arts Center, January 2017

What happens when you take a 400-year-old English play with 75% male characters, recreate it as a lesbian love story with mostly female actors, and present it in a community-focused arts center in diverse, dynamic Washington, DC?

Theatre Prometheus is excited to answer that question with a groundbreaking production of one of William Shakespeare’s most complex plays.

Part comedy, part thriller, and part romance, our [gay] Cymbeline will explore themes of sexuality, homophobia, gender identity, and gender roles -- and, in doing so, will reveal Shakespeare’s world to be surprisingly similar and relevant to our own.

With tickets available through, this production will run at the Anacostia Arts Center on the following dates in January 2017:

Thursday the 12th: 7:30 pm
Friday the 13th: 7:30 pm
Saturday the 14th: 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday the 15th: 6:00 pm
Thursday the 19th: 7:30
Saturday the 21st: 7:30 pm
Sunday the 22nd: 6:00 pm
Thursday the 26th: 7:30 pm
Friday the 27th: 7:30 pm
Saturday the 28th: 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday the 29th: 6:00 pm

Get your ticket today, and join Theatre Prometheus as we MAKE SHAKESPEARE GAY AGAIN.

This production is made possible in part by the support of the Awesome Foundation.