Children of Medea is a vivid one-woman show of adolescence, fantasy, and transformation, written and performed by Sue Jin Song (winner of the Best of Fringe Award when it premiered at the 2008 DC Fringe Festival).
Now — through May 14th — you can simply walk the streets of Adams Morgan and admire an impressive selection of artworks displayed in storefronts on a self-guided AdMo Art Walk walking tour.
There’s a lot to showcase in The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ 50th Anniversary season. In addition to the grand reopening of its stages and campus, the performing arts center is back in a big way starting September 2021.
Necessary Sacrifices explores the two documented encounters between Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln during a period of national crisis.
Move over, Hamilton! Arena Stage is releasing the second installment of its Arena Riffs, and this one’s a pandemic-era hip-hop musical.
House of Sweden’s new “Dreamland” series is “a meditation on man’s relation to nature” with an ironic title, as the beauty in these disturbing images is juxtaposed with their climate message.
A cultural institute near Dupont Circle has an almost secret art exhibit inside that is not only open right now… it’s free!
We found three month-long events in DC that we especially love for how they inspire, educate, and entertain everyone during Women’s History Month.
For those who have enjoyed streaming video, but have missed the reality of the theater, Page’s performance is a welcome return to the stage, with lighting, music, props, and dramatic staging all serving to enhance the torturously terrific tale: All the Devils Are Here: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain
The Washington Chorus (TWC) is helping Cupid deliver messages of love this February with ‘Valentines on Demand,” and this could be the most spectacular singing telegram we’ve ever seen.