‘Lungs’ Now Playing at Studio Theater

The Studio Theatre is pleased to inaugurate our new Studio Lab with a World Premiere. Lungs, by Duncan Macmillan, is a two-character acting powerhouse you won’t want to miss.

Set on a simple wooden stage in our intimate Milton Theatre, a couple negotiates parenthood, and responsibilities large and small in Duncan Macmillan’s smart, funny drama about chance, change, and consequence.

Don’t miss it! Tickets to Lungs are just $20. This is a limited engagement-3 weeks only.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER or call 202.332.3300 today

The Studio Lab In the News

The new Studio Lab was profiled in Sunday’s Washington Post Arts Section.

CLICK HERE to read the full article.

Meet the Playwright

On Saturday, October 1, following the 7:30pm performance, there will be a post-show discussion with playwright Duncan Macmillan.

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About the Show

When a man asks his girlfriend whether she wants to have a child, she’s thrown. Would they be good parents? Did she picture him as father material? Should anyone be having children anyhow, what with the rising sea levels and extreme weather they’ve been having? They’ve got ideas about their adult lives, but so far they’re just ideas. What begins as a couple’s intimate conversation soon takes on epic overtones, as this chamber drama follows them through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship. This couple grapples with questions of family and change, betrayal, optimism, happenstance, and the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love.

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