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Washington DC Shows

There are 59 Washington DC Shows. Inherit the Windbag is the best deal at 70 percent off. Showtunes & Cocktails is selling for as low as $5.

In the D.C. premiere of Jeanine Tesori and Tazewell Thompson’s "Blue," a family struggles when their teenager is shot by police.
"The Royale" is inspired by the real-life experiences of Jack Johnson, the first African-American heavyweight world champion.
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.
The latest Heidi Thomas Writers’ Initiative is a surprising comedy about opening your home, occasionally your wallet, and always your heart.
Gala Hispanic Theatre presents this poignant and witty story about finding a love lost.
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.
Octavio Solis' powerful new play "Mother Road" examines the crossroads of family, immigration and the American dream.
Two masters of sleight-of-hand battle live, on stage for your vote to win the title of DC's Favorite Magician.
"Sam & Dede" is the story of playwright Samuel Beckett and wrestler André the Giant's unlikely friendship.
Signature Theatre’s new production of the hit musical Mamma Mia! comes to The Anthem this summer featuring ABBA’s greatest hits.
Experience the unique and exhilarating beauty of "Suddenly Last Summer," a quintessential Williams classic.
Baltimore Center Stage presents a brand-new fable of penance filled with humor, heart, and music.
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.
Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents a comedic adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 thriller.
Shakespeare Theatre Company's new artistic director Simon Godwin directs Shakespeare's classic with an acclaimed restaging.
Peek behind the curtain with Brian Curry as he does impossible things - then shows you how he did it.
The Toxic Avenger invades DC! This musical takes Rorschach’s one-of-a-kind aesthetic and spins it in a whole new direction.
A fascinating, semi-fictional story about one forgotten writer’s battle for one extraordinary girl’s diary.
"Shear Madness" is the interactive comedy whodunit that lets the audience solve the crime!
Join The American Pops Orchestra for an immersive meditative experience pairing yoga with live orchestra music.
"The Merry Wives of Windsor" is Shakespeare's delightful comedy on love, money, deception, and the power of women.
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A DC premiere from award-winning playwright Anna Ziegler.
Kurt Metzger and Luis J Gomez at the Arlington Drafthouse
"Ada and the Engine" is a whimsical scientific history that once again proves the future is, and has always been, female.
“Kill Move Paradise” is an expressionistic buzz saw through the contemporary myth that "all lives matter."
Manon Mathews LIVE from Just For Laughs New Face, Comedy Central, Vine, 1.5 million followers
James Baldwin’s landmark work "The Amen Corner" tackles the role of the church in the Black community.
Arena Stage presents this gripping and heart-rendering story, adapted from the New York Times bestselling novel "Kite Runner."
This masterful tour-de-force delves into the fascinating and troubled genius of Vaslav Nijinsy, the greatest dancer who ever lived.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents the original “Sin City.”
Michael Ian Black LIVE from TVLand's "The Jim Gaffigan Show," Netflix and "Noted Expert" at the Arlington Drafthouse
Sip on cocktails and sing your favorite tunes at theatreWashington's monthly "Showtunes & Cocktails."
T.K. Kirkland LIVE from Comicview, BET
Kym Whitley LIVE from Freeform's Young & Hungry, ABC, CBS’s Two Broke Girls, Disney’s That’s So Raven, HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm
Signature Theatre presents this world premiere musical with a new score by Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll & Hyde, The Scarlet Pimpernel).
Seduction and deceit tangle in Saint-Saëns’s sensual grand opera "Samson and Delilah."
"Head Over Heels" is a celebration of love set to the music of the Go-Go's.
Trump vs Bernie Debate Tour 2020 featuring Anthony Atamanuik and James Adomian LIVE at the Arlington Drafthouse
A madcap farce of mishaps, mixups, and mistaken identity.
This inspiring drama explores the determination, passion and sacrifice of the women who transformed the science of astronomy.
Felonious Munk LIVE from Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, Second City
Melissa White, founding member of the Harlem Quartet, joins the National Philharmonic in tribute to Black composers in classical music.
New York City Ballet's powerhouse dancers enrich an ever-expanding repertory brimming with works by ballet legends and today's innovators.
Baltimore Center Stage closes the season with a political exclamation point. This is not your English teacher’s Greek tragedy.
Miss Richfield is coming out swinging and she’s ready for a fight.
As England nurses its wounds from civil war, Falstaff and King Henry face an even greater enemy: time itself.
Vicki Barbolak LIVE from America's Got Talent, Nickelodeon, AGT Champions
"Inherit the Windbag" is a satirical battle of wits between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley set in hell, based on their 1968 debate.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents one of the greatest dramas ever written.
"This Bitter Earth" explores the quiet revolutions of normalcy and the bind between the personal and political.
Anne Washburn (Mr. Burns: a post-electric play) returns to Woolly with a sensational new play set in the aftermath of the 2016 election.
Baltimore Center Stage presents a play about family, and other injustices.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents thirty-seven plays in 97 minutes!
Theater J presents a funny new drama about modern love.
A simple yet heartfelt story about how we search for and make connections in an increasingly chaotic world.
A gritty adaptation of Calderon's masterpiece.
Nu Sass Productions presents "Weep.", a modern re-telling of the hispanic folktale "La Llorona" or "The Weeping Woman."
The Tsikurishvili's take on a gothic classic.
Tony nominee Norm Lewis returns to the Kennedy Center for his own Renée Fleming VOICES concert!

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