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PhilharmonixSixth & I
Sat. May 4 These seven members of the Berlin and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestras will leave their tuxedos and all inhibitions behind.
Diana RossWolf Trap
Thu. Jun 27 A legendary performer of the Motown era both as a solo artist and with The Supremes, Diana Ross’ music catalog will have audiences dancing to classics.
Lucky Plush: Rooming HouseThe Kennedy Center
May. 2 – 4 Lucky Plush Productions makes its Kennedy Center debut with this insightful and surprisingly humorous dance/theater “whodunit.”
Broadway Center Stage: TommyThe Kennedy Center
Apr. 25 – 28 Celebrates 50 years of the iconic rock album, is a part of the Broadway Center Stage series of starry musicals in semi-staged concert productions.
Grand Hotel, The MusicalSignature Theatre
Apr. 19 – May. 19 At the bustling Grand Hotel eclectic guests and staff collide in a non-stop musical toast to the high life.
Ballet Across AmericaThe Kennedy Center
May. 28 – Jun. 2 Ballet Across America series returns, illustrating the dynamic variety of artistry happening across American companies today.
Chick Corea & Béla FleckStrathmore
Fri. May 10 Chick Corea and Béla Fleck, two master songwriters, musicians, and band leaders come together for a genre-busting pairing of piano and banjo.
Love's Labor's LostFolger Theatre
Apr. 30 – Jun. 9 Shakespeare’s delicious comedy is full of foolish lovers and clowns, disguise, and the follies of love.
VeVe & tha Rebels and DuPont BrassSixth & I
Sat. Apr 27 The original Afro-folk songs of VeVe & tha Rebels combined with DuPont Brass delights with an unabashedly soulful mash-up of styles to uplift the spirit.
Queens of EgyptNational Geographic
Thru Sep. 2 This multisensory exhibition will bring you back in time some 3,500 years, to the 18th and 19th dynasties of ancient Egypt.
Apr. 30 – Jun. 23 Glowing with wit, humor and energy, resonating with evocative staging and soulful music, three tales of survival are told in the key of the blues.
Alan Cumming: Legal ImmigrantStrathmore
Wed. Apr 24 The set list for Alan Cumming’s provocative new concert show is as eclectic and idiosyncratic as Cumming himself.
Ursula von Rydingsvard: The Contour of FeelingNational Museum of Women in the Arts
Thru Jul. 28
Kay RyanFolger Theatre
Tue. May 7
Buddy Guy with Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band and Samantha FishWolf Trap
Sun. Jun 23
Johnny Mathis - The Voice Of Romance TourWolf Trap
Sat. Jun 15
Tintoretto: Artist of Renaissance VeniceNational Gallery of Art
Thru Jul. 9
RSC Live: As You Like ItFolger Theatre
Mon. May 13
Parsons DanceCenter for the Arts at George Mason University
Sat. Apr 20
Rough Magic: Performing Shakespeare through Gaming TechnologyFolger Theatre
Mon. Apr 22
Hawaiian Cultural FestivalSmithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
May. 18 – 19
Gabriel Fauré: RequiemThe Kennedy Center
Sun. May 19
Into the WoodsFord's Theatre
Apr. 19 – May. 16
Apr. 23 – 28