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Cheap Washington DC Shows

There are 38 Cheap Washington DC Shows. Bloomsday is the best deal at 75 percent off. Showtunes & Cocktails is selling for as low as $5.

Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents a comedic adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 thriller.
Part II of the story of Emmett “Bo” Till, believed by many to be the start of the modern civil rights movement of the 1950s.
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A DC premiere from award-winning playwright Anna Ziegler.
Duncan Trussell LIVE from The Duncan Trussell Family Hour Podcast, MTV and The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast at the Arlington Drafthouse
A night of unlikely passion turns into an extended labyrinth of upended cultural assumptions in "Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World."
Josh Blue LIVE from HBO, Comedy Central and NBC at the Arlington Drafthouse
This inspiring drama explores the determination, passion and sacrifice of the women who transformed the science of astronomy.
Prologue Theatre presents "Recent Tragic Events," exploring one woman's reaction to the September 11th attacks.
Baltimore Center Stage closes the season with a political exclamation point. This is not your English teacher’s Greek tragedy.
Moses Storm LIVE from Conan, Arrested Development and This is Us at the Arlington Drafthouse
Dance Place and Passion Fruit Dance Company celebrate the techniques, rhythms, and essence of hip-hop and house dance.
Theater J presents a funny new drama about modern love.
Mosaic Theater Company presents a staged reading of Laila Soliman's "No Desert Roses."
Part I of the story of Emmett “Bo” Till, believed by many to be the start of the modern civil rights movement of the 1950s.
Mosaic Theater Company presents a staged reading of Motti Lerner's "I Was There."
Mosaic Theater Company presents a staged reading of a new play about the cry for compassion in a cold reality.
Part III of the story of Emmett “Bo” Till, believed by many to be the start of the modern civil rights movement of the 1950s.
"The Royale" is inspired by the real-life experiences of Jack Johnson, the first African-American heavyweight world champion.
Washington Stage Guild presents the DC premiere of "Bloomsday," a time-bending romance by Steven Dietz.
Manual Cinema tells the story of Gwendolyn Brooks in a brilliant theatrical spectacle of shadow puppetry, silhouetted actors and live music.
Sip on cocktails and sing your favorite tunes at theatreWashington's monthly "Showtunes & Cocktails."
A madcap farce of mishaps, mixups, and mistaken identity.
darlingdance presents an evening of dance theater with the premiere of "Target Practice."
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A daring solo show by award-winning actor and playwright Cliff Cardinal.
Experience the unique and exhilarating beauty of "Suddenly Last Summer," a quintessential Williams classic.
On the night before his assassination, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. meets someone who forces him to consider who and what he is fighting for.
"Inherit the Windbag" is a satirical battle of wits between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley set in hell, based on their 1968 debate.
The Toxic Avenger invades DC! This musical takes Rorschach’s one-of-a-kind aesthetic and spins it in a whole new direction.
Enter for a chance to win free tickets to the first preview performance of "Silent Sky" at Ford's Theatre on January 24!
Josh Wolf LIVE from Fairly Normal Podcast, NBC and After Lately at the Arlington Drafthouse
The Tsikurishvili's take on a gothic classic.
On a dangerous mission inside a combat zone, Sgt. Davis must work with the perpetrator of her sexual attack to get her squad home safely.
Palestinian playwright Amir Nizar Zuabi's "Grey Rock" is a play about the inalienable right to dream. Part of the World Stages series.
A fascinating, semi-fictional story about one forgotten writer’s battle for one extraordinary girl’s diary.
Baltimore Center Stage presents a brand-new fable of penance filled with humor, heart, and music.
A gritty adaptation of Calderon's masterpiece.
Baltimore Center Stage presents a play about family, and other injustices.
One intimate stage—limitless possibilities. WIT runs wild at DC Arts Center all January long.

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