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Washington DC Shows This Weekend

There are 20 Washington DC Shows This Weekend. Thoughts of a Colored Man is the best deal at 65 percent off. Investigation: Detective McDevitt Walking Tour is selling for as low as $9.

August Wilson's classic American drama comes to Ford's Theatre for one month only.
John Patrick Shanley’s Tony and Pulitzer Prize winner about faith, ambiguity, and the price of moral conviction.
1st Stage presents the regional premiere of "Trying," based on a true story by Joanna McClelland Glass
"Everybody" remixes the archetypal medieval morality play into an explosive experiment of wit and emotion.
To go, or not to go? The answer is "go." Don't miss Annapolis Shakespeare Company's "tour de force" adaptation of this timeless drama.
A world-premiere play from Keenan Scott II, one of today’s boldest new voices, "Thoughts of a Colored Man" blends language, music and dance.
Come enjoy Annapolis Shakespeare Company's interpretation of a Bob Fosse classic.
Marcella Arguello from Women Crush Wednesdays, The Woke Bully and 2 Dope Queens at Drafthouse Comedy
In "The Winter's Tale," Shakespeare puts our imaginations to work and asks us to confront the tremendous power of our faith.
Explore the battle between good and evil and travel through a gorgeous immersive venue with the "Jekyll & Hyde" musical experience.
This Fall, check in to the "Crystal Creek Motel" – Flying V’s latest, one-of-a-kind, theatrical experience!
Theater Alliance presents a comedic and pointed look at systemic racism in a southern town.
Round House presents the hilarious off-Broadway hit "School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play."
"Shear Madness" is the interactive comedy whodunit that lets the audience solve the crime!
Ford's Theatre's "History on Foot" walking tour of downtown Washington, D.C. centers around President Lincoln and his assassination.
Prologue Theatre kicks off its second season with this hard look at issues facing today's teens.
Arena Stage’s presentation kicks off the National Tour of one of this great playwright's masterpieces.
Caryl Churchill's electrifying play is a caustically funny and surreal afternoon of tea and calamity.
Not seen in DC since Washington Stage Guild's 1988 production, "Candida" is a thrillingly theatrical love story from George Bernard Shaw.

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