The HUB Theatre - A dynamic circle of story, art, and community.


carried away on the crest of a wave by David Yee
            *Nominated Helen Hayes Outstanding Sound Design for Matthew Nielson
Failure: A Love Story by Philip Dawkins
Abominable by Helen Pafumi

“The Hub, an award-winning theater in the Washington, DC suburb of Fairfax, Virginia, has produced at least five world premieres in its six-year history and has become known for its willingness to successfully take risks. With Abominable—another world premiere—the Hub adds to its record of success.” – HowlRound



How I Paid For College by Marc Acito
A Man, His Wife, & His Hat by Lauren Yee
Act A Lady by Jordan Harrison

“there’s zaniness to spare in this bold, funny fable, the latest in a series of new and offbeat works to receive a production from Fairfax’s adventurous Hub Theatre.” – The Washington Post


Wonderful Life by Helen Pafumi& Jason Lott
            *Nominated for Helen Hayes Award for Outsanding New Play
John & Beatrice by Carole Frechette
Big Love by Charles Mee
            *Nominated for Helen Hayes Outstanding Direction by Kirsten Kelly

“assures jolting belly laughs along with piercing reflections.  It’s an incredible ride.
…That Hub Theatre is able to successfully mount such a challenging production says a lot about its depth and sheer will.  With Helen Hayes nominations and a win for a best new play already in its pocket, and now Big Love, the sky is the limit for this gem of a company.” – DC Theatre Scene


Merry, Happy… What? By Helen Pafumi
The Clockmaker by Stephen Massicotte
Birds of A Feather by Marc Acito
            ** Winner Helen Hayes Outstanding New Play
            *Nominated Helen Hayes Outstanding Ensemble

“There’s something satisfyingly poetic about the way the play’s themes reverberate and refract. And it’s refreshing to encounter a dramatist, and a theater, willing to take wing with such an adventurous approach to the culture wars.” – The Washington Post



A Thousand Cranes by Katherine Schultz Miller
Dear Sarah Jane by Victor Lodato
We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay! By Dario Fo

“hang out for a spell with the lady of the house -- the artful Casie Platt, in the Hub Theatre's effective production -- and you'll find yourself on a sightseeing trip through the darker reaches of the human soul…winning and propulsive.” – The Washington Post




The Pavilion by Craig Wright
Trunks devised by Helen Pafumi & Maggie Ulmer

“A play that has piercing silences is a play that's in good hands. So it's happy news that "The Pavilion," the inaugural production by the Hub Theatre, a new Northern Virginia company, contains wordless moments so trenchant they seemingly could puncture a hardwood stage.” – The Washington Post