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Learn about events happening in and around Washington! Local arts and cultural organizations are invited to submit events to this calendar.

Open Studio

  • Through Friday, November 29, 2019

Discover your inner artist. Create an original artwork inspired by the Portrait Gallery’s collection while exploring a different technique or tool each week.

Mosaic Theater Company Presents: Theory

  • Through Sunday, November 17, 2019

Isabelle, a young tenure-track professor, tests the limits of free speech by encouraging her students to contribute to an unmoderated discussion group.

PROMOTION:

Sat • October 12, 2019

 

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J.A.M. The 11th Hour – Pop Musical Revue Concert and Dance Show

Anacostia Arts Center

Exciting song and dance review show of all your favorite pop and R&B songs from across the years JAMmed into one show stopping production.

Categories: Theater, Dance, Music: Other

J.A.M. The 11th Hour – Pop Musical Revue Concert and Dance Show

Anacostia Arts Center

Exciting song and dance review show of all your favorite pop and R&B songs from across the years JAMmed into one show stopping production.

Categories: Theater, Dance, Music: Other

Laugh Riot at Positano-Live Comedy Show Saturdays in Bethesda,MD-$15 cash cover

Positano Italian Restaurant

A standup comedy show hosted at Positano's Restaurant with local comedians from 8:00-9:30 with a $10 cash admission. 

Mentalist Brian Curry The Good Liar

Capital Hilton

Brian Curry has a secret. He’s a mindreader, a human behavior expert, and a LIAR. Come find out why The Good Liar show is DC’s most exciting date night out.

Categories: Theater, Arts

Mentalist Brian Curry The Good Liar

Capital Hilton

Brian Curry has a secret. He’s a mindreader, a human behavior expert, and a LIAR. Come find out why The Good Liar show is DC’s most exciting date night out.

Categories: Theater, Arts

Saturday Morning Live! At The National

The National Theatre

Twelve wide-ranging free programs celebrating beloved children’s classics, the world in which we live, and more will delight and enlighten families and their friends. While the programming is designed for children aged four to ten, all ages are welcome to the intimate Helen Hayes Gallery of The National Theatre.

Saturday Morning Live! At The National

The National Theatre

Twelve wide-ranging free programs celebrating beloved children’s classics, the world in which we live, and more will delight and enlighten families and their friends. While the programming is designed for children aged four to ten, all ages are welcome to the intimate Helen Hayes Gallery of The National Theatre.

The Ghost Story Tour of Washington

St Johns Church, lafayette Square

Washington DC's Oldest Costumed Ghost Tour featuring local actors as historic ghosts. "Meet" the spirits of Lafayette Square on this most unusual tour. Someone on the tour will win a prize! As we stroll to the most haunted Lafayette Square, you'll hear local lore from over 200 years of Washington hauntings plus recent (20th and 21st century) eyewitness accounts. Marvel as the ghosts regale you with their tragic tales including the haunting of the Hay Adams Hotel, Edgar A. Poe's unfortunate Washington visit, Decatur House stories, White House disturbances and much more. As seen in The Washington Post, DCist and more. No tricks on this tour, only treats. The Ghostly hostess will have lantern. Tickets online at www.historicstrolls.com or at the ghost. $20 adults, $ 10.00 for under 16, Discounts for: Govt, Senior/Student, Military, accessible and fun. Recommended for ages 8 and up. Fridays and Saturdays in October at 7:30pm. Meets outside St. John's Church at 16th and H Streets NW. Sponsored by Natalie Zanin. Special Tours throughout the month, see website for more details. Event begins at 7:30PM Note: This event takes place outdoors, not inside the Church!

Categories: Tours, History, Theater

The Ghost Story Tour of Washington

St. John's Church, Lafayette Square

Washington DC's Oldest Costumed Ghost Tour featuring local actors as historic ghosts. "Meet" the spirits of Lafayette Square on this most unusual tour. Someone on the tour will win a prize! As we stroll to the most haunted Lafayette Square, you'll hear local lore from over 200 years of Washington hauntings plus recent (20th and 21st century) eyewitness accounts. Marvel as the ghosts regale you with their tragic tales including the haunting of the Hay Adams Hotel, Edgar A. Poe's unfortunate Washington visit, Decatur House stories, White House disturbances and much more. As seen in The Washington Post, DCist and more. No tricks on this tour, only treats. The Ghostly hostess will have lantern. Tickets online at www.historicstrolls.com or at the ghost. $15 adults, $ 8.00 for under 16, accessible and fun. Recommended for ages 8 and up. Fridays and Saturdays in October at 7:30pm. Meets outside St. John's Church at 16th and H Streets NW. Sponsored by Natalie Zanin. Special Tours throughout the month, see website for more details. Event begins at 7:30PM

Note: This event takes place outdoors, not inside the Church!

Presented by: Natalie Zanin aka www.historicstrolls.com Featured Artist(s): The Strolls Actors

Categories: History, Tours, Theater

Submit an Event

WETA invites local arts and cultural organizations to submit events to this community calendar. The calendar is offered as a free community service. Event listings are limited to those occurring in the Washington metropolitan area, and priority is given to performance and cultural events.

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