Woolly Mammoth's "An Interdisciplinary Gathering of Native Artists" is one-night-only, Sunday, January 29.
The Folger presents a week of unique staged readings, including 'Our Verse in Time to Come.'
A new play explores the relationship between George Washington and the enslaved man William "Billy" Lee.
Charles Ross brings his one-man 'Avengers,' 'Stranger Things,' and 'Lord of the Rings' to the New Spire Arts in Frederick.
The Comedy Karaoke Trivia Funtime Show is held monthly in Arlington, Va. and is an absolute hoot.
The Maryland Lyric Opera is continues its celebration of Verdi, one of the world's greatest and most popular opera composers.
A whopping 273 dining establishments are participating in the DMV's Winter Restaurant Week, which runs through Sunday, Jan. 22.
The focal point of the festival is 'Max and Willy's Last Laugh,' a new musical in development by Jake Broder and Conor Duffy.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber "now and forever" classic returns to D.C. for a week-long run at the National Theatre.
"Q" spills the tea on Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend's four mind-blowing dance parties, including the Sunday closing event.
This year's Film Maudit features over 100 works of cinema from more than 25 countries, many of which are rarely screened.
The free musical celebration commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr. is scheduled for Monday, Jan. 16 in the Concert Hall.
From a rescheduled John Waters to the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Macy Gray, and Burlesque-A-Pades, the Birchmere has all genres covered.
Virginia's Creative Cauldron presents a concert series celebrating the music and dance of cultures around the world.
GALA's free event for the community brings the Latin-American tradition to the streets with a bilingual show for children.