Arena Stage will be broadcasting a free live performance from inside its Kreeger Theater that will simultaneously also play on the center-field video board at Nationals Park, making this Arena’s largest audience in its history.
Opera in the Outfield® is back with Rossini’s charming take on the classic rags-to-riches story, Cinderella.
The experiential digital Van Gogh exhibit that has been overwhelming your social media feed has finally made its way to Washington, and you’re going to need to make your plans to ‘Gogh’ ASAP.
It’s a big deal for artists and creatives who have been waiting to work again for over a year and a half, but if you want to see DC theatre actors take the stage, they’ll require you to prove you’ve taken your shot.
Ford’s Theatre Society will be presenting a one-night concert version of the Tony-nominated musical Come From Away on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on the eve of the 20th anniversary of September 11th this year.
Hillwood presents its second-ever installation of art in the garden with life-size three-dimensional wire
sculptures emerging from the greenery.
Along with large-scale mural installations, the new WHINO in Ballston Quarter offers guests lowbrow/pop surrealist art for sale while enjoying an interesting menu of sips and shareable small plates. The entire concept comes from Shane Pomajambo, owner of Art Whino gallery, offering guests a way to invest in paintings, toys, digital art, and sculpture while socializing.
This exhibit, offered entirely online, dives deeper into the life and career of the prolific political commentator whose comedic wit crossed social and political divides Will Rogers.
For the first time since 1987, the National Museum of Women in the Arts is set to undergo a complete renovation, and as a result, the museum is closing for two years.
Audiences again enjoyed Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Will on the Hill via Vimeo this year, a venue that offered the company the opportunity to incorporate more policymakers than almost ever before while taking a jab at the technical headaches and hassles of the past 18 months.