Can you imagine a world without artists, without performers, and without performances? Here at Ambassador Theater, we can’t imagine a world without the enriching experience of creating and being a part of art. We also can’t imagine a world that has no international dialogue, no cultural experiences… Can you? We didn’t think so!
To be a part of Ambassador Theater is to be a part of an international dialogue. Our newest production is “They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!” by the Italian Nobel Prize winner, Dario Fo. This political farce will be making it’s premiere at Flashpoint in D.C. with the help of the Italian Embassy and the Italian Cultural Institute. The play is considered one of Fo’s best, and will be an interesting juxtaposition in today’s political climate. The well-recognized and awarded Italian actor, Mario Pirovano, will perform Johan Padan and the Discovery of America and will be available to give workshops on “They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!” to the wonderful actors in our production. It is something not to be missed.
This innovative production of “They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!” will take dedicated effort from the actors, the staff, and the behind-the-scenes managers. Will you support us by making a $100 donation? Your donation is graciously accepted, and will help pay for the amazing and talented people making this production happen. You may add your support online or send a check to Ambassador Theater at 916 G Street, NW, Washington DC 20001. All donations are tax-deductible!
Thank you for your support in all that Ambassador Theater does for the community, here in D.C. and internationally. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you in the audience of “They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!”
With most sincere gratitude,
Artistic Director & Founder