Mar
4
Mon
All Work and No Pay: A History of Women’s Invisible Labor @ National Museum of American History
Mar 4 2019 @ 10:00 am – Feb 1 2020 @ 5:30 pm
All Work and No Pay: A History of Women’s Invisible Labor @ National Museum of American History | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

A fascinating look at the history of unwaged labor in America, and what it has meant for women across the socioeconomic spectrum. The exhibit will feature artifacts from throughout American history that highlight the vast amount of unacknowledged labor women have undertaken.

Mar
29
Fri
Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence @ The National Portrait Gallery
Mar 29 2019 – Jan 1 2020 all-day
Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence @ The National Portrait Gallery | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

To celebrate the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, the National Portrait Gallery is celebrating women and organizations oft overlooked in tales of the women’s suffrage movement. From the abolitionists of Antebellum America to the women of the Civil Rights movement, the exhibit will examine the contributions made by unshakable

Nov
1
Fri
Disney’s Newsies @ Arena Stage
Nov 1 – Dec 22 all-day
Disney’s Newsies @ Arena Stage

Based on the true story of New York City’s newsboys going on strike in the summer of 1899, Newsies was a hit movie before going on to Broadway in 1992, capturing a Tony Award for best score. With songs like “Carrying the Banner,” “King of New York” and “Seize the Day,” it’s easy to understand why. The musical boasts music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Jack Feldman and a book by Harvey Fierstein. For Arena’s production, Edward Gero plays Joseph Pulitzer and Erin Weaver plays Katherine.

Nov
2
Sat
A Chorus Line @ Signature Theatre
Nov 2 2019 – Jan 7 2020 all-day
A Chorus Line @ Signature Theatre

Signature Theatre is known for bringing big, dazzling musicals to the DMV and this production is no exception. A Chorus Line is the story of the talent and passion it takes to make it in the world of professional dancing. Step inside the audition room as 17 hopeful dancers put their dreams on the line through elaborate displays of jazz, ballet and tap. Featuring classics such as “What I Did for Love” and “At the Ballet. Various dates and times. Tickets $66-$115. Signature Theatre: 4200 Campbell Ave. Arlington, VA; www.sigtheatre.org

Disney’s Newsies @ Arena Stage
Nov 2 – Dec 22 all-day
Disney’s Newsies @ Arena Stage

Seize the day and see Newsies at Arena Stage. The musical, based on the popular Disney film, follows the charismatic Jack Kelly and his fellow newsboys. When newspaper tycoon Joesph Pulitzer decides to raise the price of papers, Jack and the newsies decide to go on strike. Teaming up with enthusiastic reporter Katherine, this ragtag group shows standing up for what you believe in can prove victorious. Various dates and times. Tickets $66-$115. Arena Stage: 1101 Sixth St. SW, DC; www.arenastage.org

Nov
15
Fri
ICE! featuring Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! @ Gaylord National Harbor
Nov 15 – Dec 31 all-day
ICE! featuring Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! @ Gaylord National Harbor

The must-see holiday attraction is back! ICE!  featuring the 1957 Dr. Seuss classic, How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Watch how the Grinch tries to steal Christmas from the Whos of Who-ville through interactive ice sculptures and displays. Experience favorite scenes from this Christmas special such as the Grinch lurking through the chimneys of the Who-ville homes, the Grinch’s heart growing three sizes after realizing Christmas means a little bit more and sitting down at the Whos’ feast where the Grinch carves the roast beast. Everything is hand-carved from 2 million pounds of ice! Learn more about the making of ICE! or catch a sneak peak of the event by visiting www.ChristmasAtGaylordNational.com.

Nov
20
Wed
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Round House Theatre
Nov 20 – Dec 22 all-day
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time @ Round House Theatre

Step inside the mind of Christopher John Francis Booth. Christopher is a 15-year-old boy who sees the world in math and puzzles. He might have some “behavior problems” but his brilliant mind is just what’s needed to solve a neighborhood mystery. Playwright Simon Stephens brings the awarding-winning book by Mark Haddon to life with stunning visuals and projections. Various dates and times. Tickets $32-$73. Round House Theatre: 4545 East-West Hwy. Bethesda, MD; www.roundhousetheatre.org 

Nov
22
Fri
Enchant: The Great Search @ Nationals Park
Nov 22 – Dec 29 all-day
Enchant: The Great Search @ Nationals Park

Everyone can enjoy holiday magic at Enchant. General admission includes full access to the World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze, a food and Christmas Market experience featuring more than 60 vendors, Santa’s Landing, Kid Zone, and the Ice Skating Trail.

Dec
1
Sun
The Second City’s She The People: The Resistance Continues @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Dec 1 – Dec 31 all-day
The Second City’s She The People: The Resistance Continues @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Your favorite all-female show is back. Enjoy as these comedians show a satire of what the world can be like for a woman, as the show pokes fun at stereotypes and how absurd things can be. This political sketch-comedy show is one that you do not want to miss. The Second City is a comedy troupe, with notable alumni including Tina Fey and Steve Carell and many more comedians. Various dates and times. Tickets $20-$109. Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company: 641 D St. NW, DC; www.woollymammoth.net

Dec
4
Wed
Eureka Day @ Atlas Performing Arts Center
Dec 4 2019 – Jan 5 2020 all-day
Eureka Day @ Atlas Performing Arts Center

Anti-vaxxers, pay attention. This play is about a mumps outbreak in a Berkeley school. Watch as the community that celebrates a diverse environment clash when mandatory vaccinations take center stage. The play also displays projections that show how people behave online when the subject is controversial. Everyone will enjoy a night of satire with this award-winning play that looks at mandatory vaccinations in a humorous way. Various dates and times. Tickets $10-$32.50. Atlas Performing Arts Center: 1333 H St. NE, DC; www.atlasarts.org