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Photo: Courtesy of Tap Dogs Photography
Photo: Courtesy of Tap Dogs Photography

Tap Dogs kicks off US tour with Kennedy Center Performances

Originating in Newcastle, Australia, a steel town outside of Sydney, the Tap Dogs fuses an industrial grittiness and precise choreography. The show has been touring the world since the mid 1990s, and is in the U.S. for the next several months. Justin Myles, one of Tap Dogs’ leads, toured internationally with STOMP for seven years, and […]

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Mosaic Theatre

Spurring Social Change Via the Stage: Mosaic Theatre

Mosaic Theater Company prides itself on being innovative, inclusive,…
Curious Incident

‘Curious Incident’ is a Certain Success

A play is often like looking through a window yielding the experiences…
Song Wenjing

Artist Song Wenjing makes US debut in Arlington

When I was in a Texas mandatory middle school art class, I hated…
Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah: Beyond Politics

We have just about a month left in this presidential election…
Sense & Sensibility

Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility Revamped for the 21st Century

Some would argue that Jane Austen is quite witty – funny even,…
DC Theatre Season

Press Play on DC Theatre

It’s easy to press play nowadays. We sit back on our couches,…
Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS

Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS Comes to the DC Area…with a Familiar Face

This month, Cirque du Soleil brings their latest production,…
Photo: Maggie Picard Photography

Code It. Dance It. Technologic. Dance Place Presents Analog

The medley between humans and technology is a constantly evolving…
The Phantom of the Opera - The Company performs Masquerade - photo by Alastair Muir

The Phantom of the Opera Dazzles at Kennedy Center

Theatergoers in D.C. enjoyed a dazzling performance of Andrew…
Andrew Knox, Marla Caceres, Ryan Asher, Sayjal Joshi, Tyler Davis, Ross Taylor - Photo by Scott Suchman

The Second City’s ‘Almost Accurate Guide to America’: A Sprint Through History

When we really think about how long the America we learned about…
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Stage & Screen Events

Jan
29
Tue
all-day Nell Gwynn @ Folger Theatre
Nell Gwynn @ Folger Theatre
Jan 29 – Mar 1 all-day
Nell Gwynn @ Folger Theatre | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Coming from humble beginnings, an orange seller eventually finds her way to the stage where she immediately becomes a household name. Upon Nell Gwynn’s successes, she manages to make a fan out of King Charles[...]
Feb
4
Mon
all-day BLKS @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
BLKS @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Feb 4 – Mar 3 all-day
BLKS @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Spurred by a scare, Octavia decides it’s time to forget about any troubles or trepidations and have a raucous night on the town with friends. Joined by companions June and Imani, the three depart into[...]
Feb
5
Tue
all-day Richard the Third @ Sidney Harman Hall
Richard the Third @ Sidney Harman Hall
Feb 5 – Mar 10 all-day
Richard the Third @ Sidney Harman Hall | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Power as an addiction is not only a trope in real life, but a common theme for villains in a number of stories – and perhaps the most famous is the power-hungry king from Shakespeare’s[...]
Feb
7
Thu
all-day El Viejo, El Joven y El Mar (The... @ GALA Hispanic Theatre
El Viejo, El Joven y El Mar (The... @ GALA Hispanic Theatre
Feb 7 – Mar 3 all-day
El Viejo, El Joven y El Mar (The Old Man, The Youth, and The Sea) @ GALA Hispanic Theatre | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
A new play by Irma Correa, El Viejo, El Joven y El Mar tells the story of a renowned Spanish philosopher who runs into a fisherman, general and journalist. He speaks with each of them[...]
Feb
21
Thu
5:30 pm 2019 Architecture & Design Film ... @ National Building Museum
2019 Architecture & Design Film ... @ National Building Museum
Feb 21 @ 5:30 pm – Feb 24 @ 4:45 pm
2019 Architecture & Design Film Festival @ National Building Museum | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
The second annual Architecture & Design Film Festival returns to the National Building Museum. ADFF DC is the nation’s largest film festival devoted to architecture and design and will feature two festival lounges showing films from the[...]