ArtWalk Dupont will launch Thursday, May 19th at 5pm with a gallery walk, musical performance by Dave Manley, chalk art by Chalk Riot, live painting by Shannon Stokes, and more, hosted by the Dupont Circle BID.
This world premiere play by Paola Lázaro takes an unflinching look at confronting trauma through the stories of Lola, played with ferocity by the playwright herself.
Ryan J. Haddad’s autobiographical show Hi, Are You Single?, now on stage at Woolly Mammoth, is the hilariously disastrous account of a modern single looking for Love — not just a hookup — but with the added dynamic dimension of dating as a member of a marginalized community.
Even those familiar with this iconic play will have moments of shock… and awe.
While over a million subscribers tune in to Yu’s piano work on his MusicalBasics YouTube account — where videos regularly go viral — the chance to see him play in person is rare.
On March 8, 2022, Hotel Zena — known for its celebration of female empowerment and diversity through art and design — hosted the launch of artist Ramona Pintea’s – Urban Queen ten canvas campaign.
The Art of Banksy, the largest touring exhibition of authentic Banksy artworks in the world, is planning a showcase in Washington D.C. this summer that will feature over 100 original works from private collectors across the globe and offer a rare opportunity to view authenticated and certified Banksy artworks rarely seen by the general public.
While there are many film festivals in the city, DCIFF is renowned as the oldest independent film festival in Washington DC and has a storied history of presenting extraordinary films.
Season subscriptions for Broadway at the National include a series of six shows, which kick off in July of 2022 and are set to include SIX, THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, JAGGED LITTLE PILL, ALADDIN, and BEETLEJUICE. But three additional season specials can be added to any package.
Beginning March 18, 2022, Ford’s Theatre will present the world-premiere of Grace, a new musical about family, food, and tradition, by Nolan Williams, Jr.