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Washington DC Shows This Weekend

There are 16 Washington DC Shows This Weekend. Twisted Melodies is the best deal at 82 percent off. The Few is selling for as low as $10.

LadyM

PlayMaryland
from$15
LadyM and her three witches make a potion, cast a spell, and send audiences down a rabbit hole of poetry, horror, ambition, and blood.

Ann

PlaySW
from$61
Arena Stage presents "Ann," a captivating tribute to Texas Governor Ann Richards' life as an activist, politician and feminist champion.

Be More Chill

PlayVirginia
from$30
Jeremy Heere swallows a super computer that will tell him how to act and make him the coolest kid in school. What could go wrong?
from$10
1st Stage presents "The Things They Carried" as part of the 3rd Annual Logan Festival of Solo Performance.
Awa Sal Secka and Christian Douglas toast dynamic duos in music for Signature's Summer Cabaret series.
from$28
Produced by Prologue Theatre, "The Explorers Club" deals with gender, tradition, and drinking in 1879 London.
from$39
See a side of the National Gallery you’ve never seen before!

Joy Rebel

PlayVirginia
from$10
1st Stage presents "Joy Rebel" as part of the 3rd Annual Logan Festival of Solo Performance.

Joe Coleman

ConcertVirginia
from$30
Joe Coleman sings his life soundtrack for Signature's Summer Cabaret series.
A one-man show about assimilation, liberation, and gay fabulosity from the perspective of the worst wedding guest of all time.
The Second City returns to the Kennedy Center this Summer with a hilarious new show on the current state of affairs.
There's only one thing that can save the earth from the clutches of evil and darkness: unscripted theater.
from$10
1st Stage presents "The Happiest Place on Earth" as part of the 3rd Annual Logan Festival of Solo Performance.
from$12
This powerful one-man show is based on the life of '70s soul singer and composer Donny Hathaway.

Treasure Island

PlayVirginia
from$20
Synetic’s athletic artists bring signature brand of bold theatricality to this modern adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s tale.

The Few

PlayMaryland
from$10
A captivating play -- with a dose of humor -- by MacArthur Foundation "Genius" Grant recipient Samuel D. Hunter ("A Bright New Boise")

Washington DC Shows This Weekend per Ticket Price

Average discount for Washington DC Shows This Weekend is 35%. Some shows offer lotteries and rush tickets. Rush tickets can be accessed via the TodayTix app.

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