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Comedian Kandace Saunders ("The Pablo Francisco Tour")

at The Black Squirrel, Washington
OFFER DATES:
Wed, February 22
FULL PRICE: $4
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Get ready for a hilarious night of comedy as the monthly stand-up showcase "No Pulp Comedy" comes to The Black Squirrel in Washington, D.C. Up-and-coming comedian Kandace Saunders, from "The Pablo Fra... [more+]

Get ready for a hilarious night of comedy as the monthly stand-up showcase "No Pulp Comedy" comes to The Black Squirrel in Washington, D.C. Up-and-coming comedian Kandace Saunders, from "The Pablo Francisco Tour" and Sirius XM, headlines this show. Saunders brings a streetwise attitude to her riffs on everything from what the Olympics would look like in her native Baltimore to what "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?" was "really" about. Also taking the stage are veterans of the DC Improv and Arlington Drafthouse, including Eddie Morrison, Pat Riley and Dark Mark. Adrian Rodney and Petey Steele host the night. [less-]

"Sweeney Todd": Sondheim's Macabre Musical Thriller

at Olney Theatre Center - Mainstage, Olney
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D.C. legend E. Faye Bulter (Arena Stage's "Oklahoma!") joins "Phantom" alum David Benoit for the macabre murder musical of the millennium! Sondheim is at his bloody best in "Sweeney Todd", his musical... [more+]

D.C. legend E. Faye Bulter (Arena Stage's "Oklahoma!") joins "Phantom" alum David Benoit for the macabre murder musical of the millennium! Sondheim is at his bloody best in "Sweeney Todd", his musical masterpiece about a barbaric barber and the beastly baker with whom he strikes a sinister partnership. Set in 19th century England, the musical tells the tale of the Todd, who, after being banished from his city on false charges, returns to exact his revenge. Teaming up with local pie shop proprietress Mrs. Lovett, Todd opens a barbershop, where he slits the throats of customers -- and she then bakes their bodies into pies to dispose of the evidence. A legendary smash in its 1979 debut, this darkly comic show won eight Tony Awards, and "The New York Times" gushed, "Sondheim's most ravishing score. One helluva show!" Now "Sweeney Todd" swings his signature blade on the Olney Theatre Center stage. [less-]

Powerful Drama About Faith and Survival "Baby Screams Miracle"

at Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Washington
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Wed, February 22
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A harrowing new play about survival, faith and family, "Baby Screams Miracle" follows a family caught in the eye of a destructive, apocalyptic storm. As their small house crumbles around them, their r... [more+]

A harrowing new play about survival, faith and family, "Baby Screams Miracle" follows a family caught in the eye of a destructive, apocalyptic storm. As their small house crumbles around them, their religious beliefs are put to the test as their estranged daughter and her devout family members attempt to pray their way to safety. Hailed by "Time Out New York" as "a genuinely fragile, complex piece of work," this powerful drama from Obie Award-winner Clare Barron takes the stage of the Wooly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C. [less-]

Synetic's Wild, Dialogue-Free Take on "The Taming of the Shrew"

at Synetic Theater at Crystal City, Arlington
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Wed, February 22
Thu, February 23
FULL PRICE: $55
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How's this for bold? Synetic Theater's sexy, wild, colorful take on Shakespeare's classic battle of the sexes transposes the action from Renaissance-era Italy to modern-day Hollywood and totally eight... [more+]

How's this for bold? Synetic Theater's sexy, wild, colorful take on Shakespeare's classic battle of the sexes transposes the action from Renaissance-era Italy to modern-day Hollywood and totally eighty-sixes the Bard's witty dialogue, presenting "The Taming of the Shrew" entirely through movement. One of Shakespeare's most popular plays, "Shrew" follows the treacherous road to romance for a strong-willed pair of lovers who've met their ultimate match in one another. The comedy kicks off with a wealthy man decreeing that the younger of his two daughters can't be wed before her ill-tempered, less popular sister is married. The problem? No man is willing to propose to the sharp-tongued Katherine. That is, until the fortune-hunting Petruchio agrees to woo and wed Katherine (for a sizable dowry, of course). What follows is a classic battle of the sexes that sends sparks flying -- and features all the fiery acrobatics you've come to expect from Synetic. [less-]

Relive the News Stories That Have Shaped Our Lives at the Newseum

at Newseum, Washington
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Stories of the world come alive at the Newseum, where you can go behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made. See some of the final photographs of the only journalist who died covering th... [more+]

Stories of the world come alive at the Newseum, where you can go behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made. See some of the final photographs of the only journalist who died covering the 9/11 attacks, witness the epic struggle of the civil rights movement in the '60s, marvel at a comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs and hear never-before-told stories from the journalists and photographers who stood on the front lines of history. This high-tech museum features seven levels of galleries and exhibits, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services where you can explore electronic news, unique artifacts, photojournalism, news history and world news. And, since there's so much to see, your ticket is good for two consecutive days. Take your time and see half the first day, then return the next day to catch what you missed. [less-]

"The Select": Elevator Repair Service's Thrilling Riff on "The Sun Also Rises"

at Lansburgh Theatre, Washington
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A stage littered with liquor bottles and café chairs transforms from a Parisian bistro to the banks of the Irati River in Spain. A bar table roars to life and charges a matador. Championed by "The Ne... [more+]

A stage littered with liquor bottles and café chairs transforms from a Parisian bistro to the banks of the Irati River in Spain. A bar table roars to life and charges a matador. Championed by "The New York Times" as "a lively riff on Hemingway's first and greatest novel," "The Select (The Sun Also Rises)"'s innovative staging reimagines the 1926 roman à clef via a fusion of artistic forms. As the story winds its way through France and Spain and lands in the heart of the Festival of San Fermín in Pamplona, Hemingway's narrator carries the heavy burdens of a war injury and his inability to have the woman he desires -- a woman whose romantic escapades he follows with bemused but painful fatalism. Don't miss this genre-defying work by acclaimed theatre ensemble Elevator Repair Service when it takes over D.C.'s Lansburgh Theatre. [less-]

Black Circus Actors Fight to Perform in Jim Crow America

at Anacostia Playhouse, Washington
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Playwright Steven A. Butler, Jr., author of acclaimed play "Chocolate Covered Ants", returns to the Anacostia Playhouse in Washington, D.C. with a new story of love, loss and family. "The Very Last Da... [more+]

Playwright Steven A. Butler, Jr., author of acclaimed play "Chocolate Covered Ants", returns to the Anacostia Playhouse in Washington, D.C. with a new story of love, loss and family. "The Very Last Days of the First Colored Circus" is set in rural Maryland in 1927, focusing on a group of black circus performers who struggle to be respected both as artists and as human beings. Featuring authentic vaudeville-inspired performances from the 1920s, this new musical pays tribute to a group of brave actors seeking the freedom to pursue their craft. [less-]

Blues Alley: D.C.'s Premier Jazz & Supper Club

at Blues Alley, Washington
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Founded in 1965, Blues Alley is the nation's oldest operating jazz supper club, having showcased such internationally renowned artists as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washingto... [more+]

Founded in 1965, Blues Alley is the nation's oldest operating jazz supper club, having showcased such internationally renowned artists as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washington Jr., Ramsey Lewis, Charlie Byrd, Maynard Ferguson and Eva Cassidy. Located in the heart of historic Georgetown in an 18th century red brick carriage house, Blues Alley offers a unique and intimate ambiance, reminiscent of the jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Go for just the music and drinks, or make it an evening and choose from authentic Creole cuisine, steak and seafood dishes. [less-]

"Preggers, or Parenthood for Virgins" Imagines Mary & Joseph as New Parents

at Hartke Theatre Complex at Catholic University, Washington
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Wed, February 22
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FULL PRICE: $15
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Mary and Joseph are newlyweds, and have just received some startling news: They're going to give birth to the Son of God! Along with a little guidance from the angel Gabriel, the couple attempts to na... [more+]

Mary and Joseph are newlyweds, and have just received some startling news: They're going to give birth to the Son of God! Along with a little guidance from the angel Gabriel, the couple attempts to navigate the absurdities and challenges of being new parents in this clever new work from Catholic University of America M.F.A. Playwrighting Candidate Rebecca Dzida. A witty imagining of how Mary and Joseph might have prepared to raise their very special child, "Preggers, or Parenthood for Virgins" is presented at the Hartke Theatre Complex as part of CUAdrama's M.F.A. Playwriting Repertory. [less-]

"House of Cards" Writer Tackles Science & Sex in "The How and the Why"

at Theater J at the Edlavitch DCJCC, Washington
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From Sarah Treem, the writer-producer of "House of Cards", comes this smart and compelling play about science, family and the survival of the fittest. In "The How and the Why", two women -- Zelda and ... [more+]

From Sarah Treem, the writer-producer of "House of Cards", comes this smart and compelling play about science, family and the survival of the fittest. In "The How and the Why", two women -- Zelda and Rachel -- meet for the first time on the eve of a national conference. Both are brilliant evolutionary biologists who share a passion for science and a contrarian approach to their male-dominated field, but when the young scholar challenges the older woman's theory about the way people regard sex, mysteries about their relationship begin to unfold. This engaging production offers differing views on evolution, feminism and generational divides in modern America -- and it will likely keep you talking long after it's over. "The How and the Why" is coming to Theater J at the Edlavitch Jewish Community Center in Washington, D.C. [less-]

High Stakes in Pulitzer Winner "The Gin Game"

at MetroStage, Alexandria
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In D.L. Coburn's sharp-witted dramedy, a game of cards between two lonely nursing-home residents turns into a battle royale with serious personal stakes. Weller and Fonsia strike up a friendly acquain... [more+]

In D.L. Coburn's sharp-witted dramedy, a game of cards between two lonely nursing-home residents turns into a battle royale with serious personal stakes. Weller and Fonsia strike up a friendly acquaintance as he teaches her to play gin rummy, revealing intimate details of their lives along the way. But as Fonsia wins hand after hand, Weller becomes frustrated and their simple pastime becomes an all-out war, with shared secrets as weapons of mass emotional destruction. This Pulitzer Prize winner was revived on Broadway in 2016 with James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson. Washington's gifted actors Roz White and Doug Brown bring the tale to life, so grab a seat and get dealt in at MetroStage in Alexandria. [less-]

Gala Hispanic Theatre: U.S. Premiere of Modern Mexican Classic

at GALA Hispanic Theatre, Washington
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Set in the Mexico of the 1960s, "Yo También Hablo de la Rosa (I Too Speak of the Rose)" explores the media frenzy that erupts when a pair of poverty-stricken teens skip school and accidentally derail... [more+]

Set in the Mexico of the 1960s, "Yo También Hablo de la Rosa (I Too Speak of the Rose)" explores the media frenzy that erupts when a pair of poverty-stricken teens skip school and accidentally derail a train, resulting in widely varying views about what happened and what the punishment should be. Acclaimed for its witty political satire, as well as its more symbolic elements, Emilio Carballido's play is considered a modern Mexican classic and is appearing for the first time in the U.S., courtesy of this Gala Hispanic Theatre production in DC. Award-winning Mexican actor Julieta Egurrola stars in this show, performed in Spanish with English surtitles. [less-]

International Spy Museum: Enter the World of Secret Agents

at International Spy Museum, Washington
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FULL PRICE: $23.21
OFFER PRICE: $10 - $13

From real-life spy gadgets to the stories behind the coolest secret agents in movies, the International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States dedicated solely to the worl... [more+]

From real-life spy gadgets to the stories behind the coolest secret agents in movies, the International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States dedicated solely to the world of espionage. Upon arrival, you'll be given a secret identity, which you'll use to test your spy skills throughout the experience. Then, you'll explore a series of themed rooms, where you'll hear historic tales, examine artifacts and participate in activities. Get ready for exhibits like "Spies Among Us", which focuses on WWII-era German and Russian spy rings, and "Exquisitely Evil", a tribute to the villains of cinema's most famous spy -- James Bond. "Exquisitely Evil" features more than 100 film artifacts from both old and new Bond movies, plus interactive exhibits that allow you to take over the controls of a villain's lair, brave the depths of a virtual shark tank, play spy vs. spy with other visitors, disarm a missile before time runs out and more. [less-]

Love and Primal Desire in "The River"

at Spooky Action Theater, Washington
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Thu, February 23
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From the author of "Jerusalem" comes this gripping new drama that thrilled and mesmerized audiences during sold-out runs in London and New York. "The River" is a haunting and seductive new play about ... [more+]

From the author of "Jerusalem" comes this gripping new drama that thrilled and mesmerized audiences during sold-out runs in London and New York. "The River" is a haunting and seductive new play about a Man who brings a Woman to his secluded fishing cabin. Under the new moon, their pursuit is sea trout -- and an instant of perfect love and primal desire, elusive as the one that got away. This woman, this moment, is the one: mythical and mysterious as "The River" itself. The enigmatic tale by English playwright Jez Butterworth, and directed by Rebecca Holderness, comes to Spooky Action Theater in Washington, D.C. [less-]

"The Gospel at Colonus": Greek Myth & Music Mix in Timely Sophocles Retelling

at Gunston Arts Center, Arlington
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Pentecostal passion meets Sophoclean savagery in this timely retelling of the Greek tragedy of "Oedipus", set to a stirring gospel score. Blind, destitute and racked with guilt, the ill-fated Oedipus ... [more+]

Pentecostal passion meets Sophoclean savagery in this timely retelling of the Greek tragedy of "Oedipus", set to a stirring gospel score. Blind, destitute and racked with guilt, the ill-fated Oedipus encounters more obstacles as he seeks redemption and a final resting place at the sanctuary city of Colonus. Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and filmed for TV with Morgan Freeman, "The Gospel at Colonus" returns to the stage in an intimate production by Avant Bard at Arlington's Gunston Arts Center. [less-]

"SISSY: Accompanied by Johann Sebastian Bach and a Mouse" -- A Fantastic Adventure

at Hartke Theatre Complex at Catholic University, Washington
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Thu, February 23
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FULL PRICE: $15
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From M.F.A. Playwright Candidate Garret Lee Milton comes "SISSY: Accompanied by Johann Sebastian Bach and a Mouse". When a downtrodden mouse makes his way into the repetitive life of an office clerk n... [more+]

From M.F.A. Playwright Candidate Garret Lee Milton comes "SISSY: Accompanied by Johann Sebastian Bach and a Mouse". When a downtrodden mouse makes his way into the repetitive life of an office clerk names Sissy, it brings along a delightfully absurd perspective on life, language and love, as well as the timeless beauty of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. As the mouse sings and dances through Sissy's little world, a phantasmagorical adventure unfolds for Sissy and his office mates. Enjoy the Catholic University of America Department of Drama's modern examination of imagination in our daily lives when "SISSY: Accompanied by Johann Sebastian Bach and a Mouse" appears at the Harte Theatre Complex. [less-]

"Last Train to Nibroc": 1940s Love Story Filled With Heart & Humor

at Undercroft Theatre, Washington
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A funny, touching portrait of two people searching for happiness, Arlene Hutton's simply staged romance played to critical acclaim off-Broadway and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Set in the 1940s, ... [more+]

A funny, touching portrait of two people searching for happiness, Arlene Hutton's simply staged romance played to critical acclaim off-Broadway and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Set in the 1940s, "Last Train to Nibroc" centers around an aspiring writer and a devout young woman who sit beside one another on a train carrying F. Scott Fitzgerald's coffin and discover they're from neighboring towns in Kentucky. Over the course of the war, the two continue to cross paths, their attraction growing, even as they uncover obstacles on their way to being together. Enjoy this Washington Stage Guild production of the bittersweet one-act comedy that's sure to touch your heart and put a smile on your face at the Undercroft Theatre. [less-]

Atlas' All-Arts Festival "Intersections": Dance, Music, Theater & More

at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington
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Discover how art, culture and connection happen on H Street with Atlas Performing Arts Center's all-arts festival "Intersections", which celebrates art as inspiration for conversation and connection a... [more+]

Discover how art, culture and connection happen on H Street with Atlas Performing Arts Center's all-arts festival "Intersections", which celebrates art as inspiration for conversation and connection among artists and audiences of all ages, races, cultures and disciplines. "Intersections" has steadily attracted bigger audiences each year as word has spread about this multidisciplinary event. This year's event features dozens of performances, experiences and happenings by artists from the D.C. area and beyond in the fields of music, theater, film, spoken word, dance and much more. See the full event listing for a schedule of performances. [less-]

Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra: "All Rise"

at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda
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Fri, February 24
FULL PRICE: $105
OFFER PRICE: $84

Led by trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, one of the leading jazz musicians of our time, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra brings its hard-swinging jazz to audiences around the world. For this concert at B... [more+]

Led by trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, one of the leading jazz musicians of our time, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra brings its hard-swinging jazz to audiences around the world. For this concert at Bethesda's Music Center at Strathmore, the ensemble will be joined by the National Philharmonic and a 150-person gospel choir to perform the epic and inspirational jazz symphony "All Rise". First recorded just days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, this timely piece is, in Marsalis's words, about "the rise from destruction to creativity, drawing joy out of tragedy, and refusing to be beaten down." Its 12 evocative movements range from big band passages to blues and classical riffs, all joined together with a touch of New Orleans swagger. [less-]

Hunky Naked Magicians Let it All Hang Out

at The Lincoln Theatre, Washington
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Fri, February 24
FULL PRICE: $37.50 - $52.50
OFFER PRICE: $25 - $35

The Naked Magicians are exactly what they sound like: a scintillating evening of magic, jokes and plenty of skin. Following sold-out shows and rave reviews in this country and around the globe, the wo... [more+]

The Naked Magicians are exactly what they sound like: a scintillating evening of magic, jokes and plenty of skin. Following sold-out shows and rave reviews in this country and around the globe, the world's cheekiest magic show comes to The Lincoln Theatre in Washington, D.C., where the pair of illusionists bare it all (everything but the tricks of the trade, that is). The Aussie fellas Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler showcase illusions, outrageous humor and a touch of mayhem in this adults-only show, bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase "now you see it." They say good magicians don't need sleeves; these guys prove that great magicians don't need pants -- or any clothing at all, for that matter. [less-]

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