The staff of a small community playhouse in Southeast D.C. is looking for help from the community after they were robbed over Christmas.
WASHINGTON — A small community playhouse in Southeast D.C. is looking for help from the community after it was robbed over Christmas.
When workers at the Anacostia Playhouse returned to the theater on Thursday, they found office cabinets bent open, filing drawers emptied out onto the floor, an empty cash register and empty desks where laptops used to sit. Some credit cards were also stolen and used to make purchases.
The playhouse is about to start rehearsals for its next production, “American Moor,” but that show is now in jeopardy.