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Mosaic Theater Company of DC is committed to making powerful, transformational, socially-relevant art, producing plays by authors on the frontlines of conflict zones, providing audiences with a dynamic new venue for the dramatizing and debating of ideas including an annual intercultural festival, like our acclaimed Voices From a Changing Middle East series

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When January Feels Like Summer


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"Mosaic Theater Company could be D.C.’s biggest debut in years"

Washington Post
By: Peter Marks
October 23, 2015

In the aftermath of his shocking dismissal in December after 18 years as artistic director of Theater J, Ari Roth doggedly embarked on plans for the next chapter of his career: a new Washington theater company. But he wondered how ambitiously he should proceed. Should he begin in a modest way, producing a short season with a small play or two? Or was there a bolder statement to be made, on a much grander scale?

Roth’s fledgling Mosaic Theater Company is entering the city’s dramatic sweepstakes this week on a level of audaciousness few new companies approach. The upshot is that Mosaic’s arrival has the potential to be the most significant birth on the local theater scene in years.

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Independent  •  Intercultural  •  Entertaining  •  Uncensored

A hugely ambitious first season...a weighty addition to the city’s arts diet.
— The Washington Post

Unexplored Interior
 

Eretz Chadasha: 
The Promised Land

The Gospel of Lovingkindness

After the War
 

Wrestling Jerusalem

Hkeelee
(Talk to Me)

I Shall Not Hate
 

When January Feels Like Summer