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American Pops Orchestra Defies Norms with Unique Performances and Pop Singers

This isn’t your grandfather’s orchestra. With a focus on American popular music spanning from the Revolutionary War era to today, conductor Luke Frazier brings new life to a dying art with American Pops Orchestra. On May 19, APO will perform its latest show, Let’s Misbehave: Cole Porter After Dark, featuring Australian pop-singer Betty Who, at […]

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WNO Honors Bernstein with Candide

Add the Washington National Opera to the list of those celebrating…
Photo Courtesy of The Kennedy Center

Hamlet Comes to the Kennedy Center

Hamlet, the mysterious and brooding Prince of Denmark, is one…
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Euan Morton Headlines Round House Theatre’s Broadway in Bethesda Gala

Broadway vet Euan Morton has played a handful of attention-grabbing…
Photo: Lydia Daniller

BOYS IN TROUBLE Tackles Toxic Masculinity Through Dance

BOYS IN TROUBLE is a dance performance, but it’s not only a…
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Stage and Screen: May 2018

THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 20 Snow Child Arena Stage adapted Eowyn…
Photo: Joan Marcus

Waitress: Serving Up Music and Pie

In 2006, an up-and-coming independent film writer and director…
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Lucky Steals Show in Waiting For Godot

Hope and despair, slapstick comedy and profound philosophical…
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The Crucible Is a Trip Worth Taking

“These are strange times,” notes a disheveled Reverend Hale…
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Refreshing New Play Takes On The Reality of Commuting Through Life

Have you ever wondered, “Who’s voice is behind the loudspeakers…
Photo: Daniel Schwartz

The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Small but Mighty

“Small but mighty” should be the thought that comes to mind…
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Stage & Screen Events

Dec
8
Fri
all-day Draw the Circle @ Atlas Performing Arts
Draw the Circle @ Atlas Performing Arts
Dec 8 2017 – Jul 24 2018 all-day
Draw the Circle @ Atlas Performing Arts | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
As part of its ongoing series “Transformational Journeys: Inspired Singular Explorations,” Mosaic Theater presents Mashuq Mushtaq Deen’s true story Draw the Circle. The story focuses on his gender transition, and the reactions from his conservative[...]
May
3
Thu
all-day Interplay: Improv Comedy Meets t... @ DC Arts Center
Interplay: Improv Comedy Meets t... @ DC Arts Center
May 3 – Jun 17 all-day
Interplay: Improv Comedy Meets the Art World @ DC Arts Center | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Featuring over thirty different performances from May 3rd to June 17th, Washington Improv Theater presents: Interplay. Interplay will consist of WIT’s own improvisers creating exciting mash-up performances with special guests from the worlds of music, puppetry, poetry, dance, and[...]
May
4
Fri
8:00 pm 1984 @ Atlas Performing Arts Center
1984 @ Atlas Performing Arts Center
May 4 @ 8:00 pm – May 27 @ 3:00 pm
1984 @ Atlas Performing Arts Center | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
In this captivating adaption of George Orwell’s 1984, the crushing realization of a dystopian future is inescapable. In a world with an authoritarian government monitoring every action, expression and thought of the masses, individualism is[...]
8:00 pm The Undeniable Sound of Right Now @ The Keegan Theatre
The Undeniable Sound of Right Now @ The Keegan Theatre
May 4 @ 8:00 pm – May 27 @ 3:00 pm
The Undeniable Sound of Right Now @ The Keegan Theatre | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Father and small business owner Hank struggles to keep his legendary rock club open in 1992 Chicago. As Hank refuses to confront the reality of where rock music is heading, his daughter starts dating a[...]
May
12
Sat
2:00 pm Saint Joan @ Folger Theatre
Saint Joan @ Folger Theatre
May 12 @ 2:00 pm – Jun 10 @ 7:00 pm
Saint Joan @ Folger Theatre | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Focused on Joan of Arc’s simple, illiterate, village-girl nature, George Bernard Shaw takes a different approach in telling this classic tale of martyrdom. Instead of portraying her as a witch, a saint or a heretic,[...]