Theater Alliance is a beautiful rarity among theaters: a team of artists who cares less about the bottom line, but rather puts its enormous talent and energy into crafting top-notch theater for DC audiences. They are well-loved, and for good reason.
— Victor Lodato, Playwright
Theater Alliance aims for that ideal theater experience - simultaneously challenging and delighting their audience. And they hit the bulls-eye over and over again.
— Norman Allen, Playwright
As both an artist and audience member I am amazed at the quality of work this dedicated group of individuals consistently presents to its community.
— Toni Rae Brotons, Actress
Working with Theater Alliance is a constant reminder of why I got into this business in the first place: an uncontainable passion for the work.
— Tony Cisek, Scenic Designer
I am always proud to be in a Theater Alliance production — I consider it the artistic home that has allowed me to become the actress I want to be.
— Kathleen Coons, Actress
In over 25 years of engagement in Washington theater, Theater Alliance's Slaughter City remains one of, if not THE most thrilling, challenging and in every way exhilarating production I have ever seen.
— Paul Donnelly, Director/Playwright
Slaughter City is some of the most exciting theatre I have ever seen.
— Jim Jorgensen, Actor/Managing Director of Fountainhead Theatre
The Theater Alliance production of Gross Indecency would have made Oscar Wilde himself stand up and shout, 'Bravo!'
— John Lescault, Actor
I love working for Theater Alliance. It's an amazing mix of creativity and challenge, plus care for the actors and the process. When they call, I come running...
— Jason Lott, Actor
Working at TA is a visceral reminder of why we as actors choose this work: Here, we can engage, (and enrage), invent (and innovate), and through collaboration create something even greater than the sum of the parts ....
— Susan Lynskey, Actress
Working on Gross Indecency was the most rewarding, most creative, most artistic experience I've had in my theatrical career.
— Brooke Marshall, Stage Manager/Production Assistant formerly at Signature Theatre
At Theater Alliance I have the freedom to explore, I'm challenged by the material, and I'm always inspired by the amazing artists who are drawn there - people who want to do kick-ass theatre.
— Jennifer Mendenhall, Actress
It doesn't matter what Theater Alliance has on the boards - we always know we are in for an INTERESTING night in the theatre — what could be better than that?
— Martha Mountain, Lighting Designer
It is thrilling to be involved with a daring and innovative artistic vision. Theater Alliance is compelling people with new ideas and reaching into the hearts of the audience with unique plays and bold, beautiful productions.
— Kelly Parsley, Director/Choreographer
It is a privilege to say I have performed there and the shows are always groundbreaking, inventive, and bold.
— Casie Platt, Actress
Theater Alliance gave us as producers in New York the chance to put William Donnelly's Painted Alice on its feet for its initial professional production. Nothing but great notices followed.
— Greg Schaffert, 321 Theatrical Management
Theater Alliance is one of the reasons Washington has such a fine reputation for excellence in theatre.
— Victor Shargai, Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Helen Hayes Awards
I feel safe when working there, and I feel like my artistic inputs are valued. Theater Alliance is a very creative venue.
— Jesse Terrill, Actor/Director/Composer
The work is always smart, thought out and evocative.never predictable, conventional or safe.
— John Vreeke, Director/Producer
I love Theater Alliance because of the relationship of the audience to the work: the physical proximity of the space, the artistic investment they make in choosing the plays and the artists, the emotional integrity of their productions, and the high level and sheer quantity of risks they take. Bravery and simplicity.
— Catherine Weidner, Program Director of The Shakespeare Theatre's Academy for Classical Acting