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Community Calendar

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

Building Zone

  • Through Friday, July 31, 2015

The Building Zone introduces children to the building arts through play in an interactive gallery of hands-on activities for the Museum's youngest visitors.

For Whom It Stands

  • Through Saturday, February 28, 2015

More than 100 works of art, artifacts, documents, and photographs reflect the breadth of American experiences. A fragment of the original Star-Spangled Banner serves as a starting point to investigate the broad history and representation of the United States flag as an icon of our nation and its people.

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Sat • November 23, 2013

 

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Sidney Harman Hall

"Something familiar, Something peculiar, Something for everyone: A comedy tonight!" Directed by STC Associate Director Alan Paul, this hysterical Tony Award®-winning musical features a beloved score by Stephen Sondheim and an uproarious book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. This bawdy and wild production is a gift fro the gods for anyone’s holiday season.

Categories: Theater

THE ARGUMENT

Washington DCJCC

Sophie, a charming, vibrant artist, and Phillip, a loyal, solid businessman, are a 40-something couple whose new relationship is rocked when Sophie learns she is pregnant. As each fights for the only future he or she can imagine, they are both forced to recognize the profound personal differences between them. And when the word "abortion" is introduced into the debate, all bets are off.

This newly commissioned 2013 edition of The Argument chronicles the arc of a relationship with humor, passion, brutality, and up-to-the-minute relevance.

From the co-author of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize-finalist Omnium Gatherum.

Warning: Intended for mature audiences only

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Presented by: Theater J

Categories: Theater

100 under 200, an art exhibition at the Workhouse Arts Center

The Workhouse Arts Center

Join us at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA for our exhibition "100 under 200", 100 artists exhibiting work priced less than $200.

This exhibition features an unrestrained gallery exhibit by the 100 Artists at the Workhouse exhibiting multiple works-of-art each priced less than $200. Free flowing and ever changing; the exhibit will have new art on view each week. Visit and bring a work-of-art home the same day - add to your home or find the perfect unique gift everyone will remember at an easy to love price.

Our Galleries are open Wednesday through Sunday, 11:00am to 7:00pm. No tickets are required. For more information, please visit: http://www.workhousearts.org/events/visual-arts/10...

Event begins at 11:00AM

Presented by: Workhouse Arts Center

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

2013 “Nutcracker in a Shell - All Jazzed Up!”

Heritage High school

Institute of Performing Arts for Youth and Creative Dance Center cordially invite you to attend the 2013 "Nutcracker in a Shell – All Jazzed Up!" Directed by local gem, Geralyn Ward, and with our largest cast ever, 100+ children from all over Loudoun and Fairfax counties, it will be our biggest show to date! Our shorter, jazzed-up spin on the holiday classic Nutcracker is performed by kids for kids, providing a really festive and fun way to introduce your little soldiers and angels to a grand holiday tradition.

11:00a.m. on Saturday, November 23, 2013
3:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, 2013
12:00 noon on Sunday, November 24, 2013
4:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 24, 2013

Single Tickets:
Adults: $12
Children: (11 and under) $8.00
Seniors: (55+) $8.00

Group Tickets:
Bulk ticket pricing is available for groups of 10+, any combination of children and adults at only $8.00 each

Girl Scout Group Tickets:
We LOVE Girl Scouts! For our Saturday 11a.m. show only, Girl Scout Groups of 8 or more receive backstage tour, a meet and greet and awesome photo opportunity with Clara and her friends, and may earn a badge!

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Presented by: Institute of Performing Arts for Youth

Featured Artist(s): 100+ Children from Loudoun and Fairfax Counties

2013 “Nutcracker in a Shell - All Jazzed Up!”

Heritage High school

Institute of Performing Arts for Youth and Creative Dance Center cordially invite you to attend the 2013 "Nutcracker in a Shell – All Jazzed Up!" Directed by local gem, Geralyn Ward, and with our largest cast ever, 100+ children from all over Loudoun and Fairfax counties, it will be our biggest show to date! Our shorter, jazzed-up spin on the holiday classic Nutcracker is performed by kids for kids, providing a really festive and fun way to introduce your little soldiers and angels to a grand holiday tradition.

11:00a.m. on Saturday, November 23, 2013
3:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 23, 2013
12:00 noon on Sunday, November 24, 2013
4:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 24, 2013

Single Tickets:
Adults: $12
Children: (11 and under) $8.00
Seniors: (55+) $8.00

Group Tickets:
Bulk ticket pricing is available for groups of 10+, any combination of children and adults at only $8.00 each

Girl Scout Group Tickets:
We LOVE Girl Scouts! For our Saturday 11a.m. show only, Girl Scout Groups of 8 or more receive backstage tour, a meet and greet and awesome photo opportunity with Clara and her friends, and may earn a badge!

Event begins at 3:00PM

Presented by: Institute of Performing Arts for Youth

Featured Artist(s): 100+ Children from Loudoun and Fairfax Counties

20th Annual Christmas Craft Show

Oakton Church of the Brethren

Oakton Church of the Brethren's 20th Annual Christmas Craft Show is a three-day event featuring a wide variety of hand-made items and craft supplies for purchase, plus a soup and sandwich lunch and bake sale. Hours are 10 am. to 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 21 and 22, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013.

The event is a fundraiser for church projects. Admission is free.

Come browse around and find unique presents and stocking stuffers; cards and gift bags; seasonal decor; scarves, hats and other attire; jewelry; pillows and linens; ceramics and pottery; fresh-baked pies and cakes, and much more!

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: Oakton Church of the Brethren

Featured Artist(s): Local Crafters

32nd Street Farmers Market in Waverly

32nd Street Farmers Market in Waverly

The 32nd Street Farmer’s Market, a non-profit organization, returns all profits back to the Baltimore community, with over 55 vendors is the “talk of the town”. With fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy items, fresh baked goods, flowers and plants, international foods, including vegan choices and meats, as well as crafts, natural body products and specialty items, this is the place to be on Saturday morning from 7 a.m. until Noon. Here is your chance to talk to the farmer or vendor about the product they have grown or made. More information is available at www.32ndstreetmarket.org

Event begins at 7:00AM

Categories: Fairs & Festivals

Alley Cat Studio Presents: Pat Goslee, Sally Kauffman, Lynn Putney

Alley Cat Studio

Alley Cat Studio is pleased to present an exhibition of current paintings by Pat Goslee, Sally Kauffman and Lynn Putney. The exhibition explores the line, gesture and painterly compositions of three Washington DC painters. Kinetic energy is at play amongst all of these works, both on their own and in tandem with one another. Goslee’s paintings strike a balance between evolution and entropy. Kauffman fills her canvases edge to edge with decisive energy and gestural expression. Putney’s paintings delight viewers with wit and unusual compositions created through delicate layering and reworking.

Event begins at 3:00PM

Presented by: Alley Cat Studio

Featured Artist(s): Pat Goslee, Sally Kauffman, Lynn Putney

Categories: Arts

American University Symphonic Band

Abramson Family Recital Hall at the AU Katzen Arts Center

American University Symphonic Band
Marc Decker, director
Saturday, November 23, 8 p.m.
Abramson Family Recital Hall, Katzen Arts Center
Tickets: $10 regular admission, $5 AU community and seniors
Purchase tickets online at american.tix.com or call 202-885-ARTS

The AU Symphonic Band performs a variety of selections comprising of the greatest works for the American wind band genre. This concert features acclaimed American University percussion instructor Nobue Matsuoka-Motley as a soloist with the band.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Categories: Music: Classical

Amy Sherald: Paintings

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture

Known for her life-sized fantastical portraits of African Americans, Baltimore-based artist Amy Sherald explores the construction and performance of identity within political, social, economic and cultural spheres. Her work provides social commentary with a hint of satire.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Categories: Exhibits, Arts

Appropriate

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

In this searing and audacious comic drama, the estranged members of the Lafayette family return to Arkansas, and their crumbling old plantation home, to settle the accounts of their recently deceased patriarch. As they sort through a hoarded lifetime of mementos and junk, they discover a gruesome relic that sends the family spiraling into a dark history of repressed memories and family secrets.

Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins returns to his hometown of Washington, DC with a production that appropriates a classic trope—the great white family drama a la O’Neill or Tennessee Williams—to brilliantly subvert our assumptions, and challenge us to re-consider our own histories and souls.

Show Schedule: Wednesday through Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 3pm & 8pm, Sunday at 2pm & 7pm from November 4 through December 1, 2013. Pay-What-You-Can performances on November 4 and November 5. There will be no performance on November 28. Tickets starting at $35. Prices subject to change.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Presented by: Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Categories: Theater

Artfete Weekend: Open House, Holiday Party, Ceramics Sale & Jewelry Sale

The Art League Madison Annex

Join The Art League for a weekend of events at our Madison Annex! See what happens in The Art League's classrooms and find a great handmade gift from our ceramics and jewelry artists.

Artfete FREE Open House & Holiday Party
Friday, November 22, 6:00-9:00 pm
Our annual open house and holiday party kicks off the season with 2D/3D exhibits, our holiday ceramics sale and jewelry sale, a live steamroller printing, live music, food and drinks, artist demos and more. Admission is free.

Holiday Ceramics Sale
Friday, November 22 - Sunday, November 24
Ceramics sale hours: Friday, 12:00 noon-9:00 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am-6:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 noon-5:00pm
The Annual Holiday Ceramic Sale features one-of-a-kind ceramic vessels and sculptures created by students and ceramics associates of The Art League School, perfect for holiday gift-giving.

Holiday Jewelry Sale
Friday, November 22 - Saturday, November 23
Jewelry sale hours: Friday, 12:00 noon–9:00 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am–5:00 pm
The Holiday Jewelry Sale features handmade jewelry created by Art League students and teachers, fitting all tastes and budgets.

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Presented by: The Art League

Categories: Holiday, Free, Arts

Artifacts: Photography by Susan Ruddick Bloom

Rice Gallery

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 21 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Artist Talk: 6 p.m.)

An exhibition of photographs by Susan Ruddick Bloom, an Art and Art History professor at McDaniel. Bloom records ephemeral moments and often her search leads her to travel to areas as different as primal swamps filled with alligators, remote villages in central Turkey, glaciers in Iceland and Dutch gardens.

Her love of drawing and painting play a part in her photographic interpretations. Although she has been involved with many mediums, she has concentrated in digital fine art photography for the past 20 years. Her work appears in several private collections and is shown regionally. She is also the author of “Digital Collage and Painting” about the fine art applications of the computer.

Bloom has a Master of Fine Arts degree from Maryland Institute College of Art. http://www.suebloom.com

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Presented by: McDaniel College

Featured Artist(s): Susan Ruddick Bloom

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

ARTsy Holiday Boutique & Craft Show

JCC of Greater Washington

A unique shopping experience featuring original jewelry, fused glass, wearable and functional art, painted furniture, art for the walls, Judaica, ceramics, holiday items and so much more!

Event begins at 9:30AM

Presented by: JCC of Greater Washington

Bethesda Film Fest Call for Entries

Bethesda Urban Partnership

The Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District is accepting submissions for the second annual Bethesda Film Fest. Entries must be received by January 3, 2014. Selected filmmakers will be invited to show their documentary at the formal screening on March 21-22, 2014 and will receive a $250 honorarium. Entries will be viewed by the Bethesda Film Fest selection panel, consisting of Erica Ginsberg, Executive Director of Docs in Progress; David Stern, Director of Digital Media at Imagination Stage, and members of the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District.

Filmmakers in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. are eligible to submit a short documentary film, 5-20 minutes in length. All topics are eligible. Films must have been completed within the last two years. Young filmmakers, under 18 years of age, may also submit work.

Filmmakers can apply by mailing a completed application and DVD including the documentary, 5-20 minutes in length, to Bethesda Film Fest c/o Bethesda Urban Partnership, 7700 Old Georgetown Rd., Bethesda, MD 20814. For an application, please visit www.bethesda.org or call 301/215-6660.

Event begins at 9:00AM

Presented by: Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District

Categories: Film

Building Zone

National Building Museum

Building Zone long-term Monday through Saturday: 10:00am - 4:00 pm; Sunday: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Ages 2-6 with adult supervision The Building Zone introduces children to the building arts through play in an interactive gallery of hands-on activities for the Museum's youngest visitors. The National Building Museum gratefully acknowledges The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation for its support of the Building Zone. Project Playhouse is sponsored by HomeAid and built by Pardee Homes. Event begins at Presented by: National Building Museum

Categories: Family Oriented

Christmas Thyme at Sycamore Heights Farmhouse Craft Show

Sycamore Height's Farmhouse

Nov. 14th-17th and 21st-24th
Located in an 1860 farmhouse shop homemade crafts made by local crafters.
Featuring candles, primitives, country, folk art, Christmas, winter, and everyday décor.
Admission is free. Credit cards accepted. Food will be provided by the Chewsville Lions Club, weather permitting. Crafters please inquire. Please friend us on Facebook at
Sycamore Heights Craft Show.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Categories: Holiday, Free, Exhibits

Cities in the Air: Photographs by Everitt Clark

The Art League Gallery

Photographer Everitt Clark reveals how Richmond’s past and present intertwine. His solo exhibit at The Art League, “Cities in the Air,” features approximately 30, 4” x 5” black-and-white silver gelatin contact prints of Virginia’s capital city.

Exhibit dates: November 7-December 2, 2013
Opening Reception & Meet the Artist: Thursday, November 14, 6:30-8:00 pm

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Presented by: The Art League

Featured Artist(s): Everitt Clark

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

Cool Cow Comedy, featuring the magic and comedy of Kevin Lee!

The Workhouse Arts Center

Join us at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA for Cool Cow Comedy, with your host Rahmein Mostafavi. This performance features the magic and comedy of Kevin Lee!

Kevin Lee as an entertainer captivates his audience with amazing magic, breathtaking juggling and outrageous comedy! This globetrotting comedian has performed in over 15 countries and counting, as well as on all of the national television channels. Kevin's unique combination of comedy, magic and juggling leaves audiences both in awe and in stitches. Lee, has appeared on all of the national television stations on shows such as "Showtime at the Apollo", HBO's "Def Comedy Jam", and Jamie Foxx's "Uptown Comedy Club", to name a few. Lee was also voted "Washington DC's Funniest Comedian" by Washingtonian Magazine. Audiences are wowed by Kevin's amazing juggling, fire and sword-swallowing comedy.

Show Times: Saturday, Nov 23rd, 7:00pm and 9:00pm
Location: W-3 Theatre
Tickets: $15 general admission
Due to material, all patrons must be 18 years old to attend the performance.

For tickets and information, please visit: http://www.workhousearts.org/events/performing-art...

Event begins at 7:00PM

Presented by: Workhouse Arts Center

Featured Artist(s): Cool Cow Comedy

Categories: Other Events, Theater

CSM Tony Hungerford Art Gallery: Annual Student Juried Show

College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus

8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata, MD 20646. Art will be displayed mid-March to end of year, 3013 and mid-March to the end of the year, 2014. The Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please call 301-934-7828

Event begins at 9:00AM

Presented by: College of Southern Maryland La Plata Campus

Categories: Arts

CSM Tony Hungerford Art Gallery: Annual Student Juried Show

College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus

8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata, MD 20646. Art will be displayed mid-March to end of year, 3013 and mid-March to the end of the year, 2014. The Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please call 301-934-7828

Event begins at 9:00AM

Presented by: College of Southern Maryland La Plata Campus

Categories: Arts

CSM Tony Hungerford Art Gallery: Paho Mann-Photography

College of Southern Maryland, La Plata Campus

8730 Mitchell Road, La Plata, MD 20646. Assistant Professor of Photography, University of North Texas, TX. “The prints are displayed as grids with accompanying image overlays. The overlays are created by stacking and averaging the color and tone of all the individual photographs from each group.” Art will be displayed in the gallery November-December 2013. The Tony Hungerford Memorial Art Gallery is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please call 301-934-7828

Event begins at 9:00AM

Presented by: College of Southern Maryland La Plata Campus

Categories: Arts

DAR Museum Exhibition Showcases Changes in Comfort and Convenience in the Evolution of the American Household

DAR Museum

This exhibition explores how we have evolved from the fireplace and washing clothes by hand to the many conveniences we take for granted today like automated electric appliances, plumbing and central heating. Over sixty objects dating from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries will be on exhibit showing the “latest” devices that no one could live without. In the final analysis, however, did these devices actually save time or did they create more work?

Event begins at 9:30AM

Presented by: DAR Museum

Categories: Exhibits

Date Night at Bean Bar

Bean Bar

Bring your date to Bean Bear, from 7pm -11pm on Saturday, November 23rd and receive a FREE cake truffle and a FREE Photo with a purchase of any item. Experience the 1# rated coffee in the world, a variety of international teas, and unique homemade food that will satisfy your tastebuds.,Bean Bar is conveniently located in The Village At Leesburg, across from King Pinz.

Event begins at 7:00PM

Categories: Food & Wine

DC Rollergirls Bout

DC Armory

23 Nov! The DC Rollergirls are hosting another action packed nail-biter...make that two!

BOUT 1 (4pm): Majority Whips vs. DC DemonCats
BOUT 2 (5:45pm): Scare Force One vs. Cherry Blossom Bombshells

Tickets are just $15 for adults age 12 and up! For children age 6-11, tickets are only $6. Future rollerbabies under age 6 are FREE! Military tickets are $12.

Get your tickets here or at the door. http://www.ticketmaster.com/DC-Rollergirls-tickets...

DC Rollergirls
http://www.dcrollergirls.com/

DC Armory
2001 East Capitol St SE
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 547-9077

Event begins at 4:00PM

Presented by: DC Rollergirls

Featured Artist(s): DC Rollergirls

Del Ray Dozen Invitational Photography Show

The Del Ray Artisans Gallery

The Del Ray Dozen Invitational Photography Show at Del Ray Artisans gallery (2704 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria VA) runs from November 1-December 1, 2013. Opening reception is Friday, November 1, 7-10pm. Subject matter ranges from landscapes to portraits and a little bit of everything in between. These select photographers approach their craft in different ways—as traditional film shooters, digital image-makers, darkroom junkies, print makers, and experimentalists. For more information, visit: www.TheDelRayArtisans.org. Regular gallery hours are Thursdays, noon - 6 pm; Fridays, noon-9 pm; Saturdays, 10 am-9 pm; and Sundays, 12 noon-6 pm. The gallery will be closed on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 28), but will be open 10 am-4 pm on Friday, November 29.

Event begins at 12:00PM

Presented by: Del Ray Artisans

Featured Artist(s): Del Ray Artisans

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

Exhibit: Small & Large Works

The Art League Gallery

The Small and Large Works exhibits pack a lot of talent into one gallery while drawing attention to the importance of scale. Works are restricted in size but not in subject matter, skill, or wow factor. The Small Works exhibit is especially popular with holiday gift-givers and arts appreciators who know that the best gifts come in tiny packages.

Exhibit dates: November 6 - December 2
Opening reception: November 14, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Gallery Hours:

  • Monday-Saturday 10:00 am-6:00 pm
  • Thursdays 10:00 am-9:00 pm
  • Sunday 12:00 noon-6:00 pm

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: The Art League

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

Fall Art Exhibition at the Edward A. Myerberg Center

Edward A. Myerberg Center

The students and faculty of the Dorothy Orfus Stein Art Program will present their latest works at the Edward A. Myerberg Center during the Fall Art Exhibition. Oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, pastel and charcoal drawings and hand-built ceramics will be on display. Some of the original works will be available for purchase; proceeds from select work will benefit the Myerberg Center.

Event begins at 8:00AM

Categories: Arts

Family Fun Day at Bean Bar

Bean Bar

Come to Loudoun County's newest community cafe, Bean Bar, from 10 am til 4 pm, for an exciting Family Fun Day for kids of all ages. Make a special family memory in Bean Bar's photo booth and receive a FREE Photo and FREE Cake Truffle with a purchase of any item. Conveniently located in The Village At Leesburg, across from King Pinz, stop by to experience the 1# rated coffee in world and delicious homemade food for all ages.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Film: Restless City

National Gallery of Art

Restless City
followed by excerpts from Mother of George

November 23 at 2:30
East Building Large Auditorium

Andrew Dosunmu in person

Senegalese musician Djibril (Sy Alassane), recently arrived in America, negotiates his way around Harlem taking odd jobs and gigs. When he rescues Trini (Sky Grey) from the clutches of gangster Bekay (Tony Okungbowa), the young woman falls for him. “On a formal level, Restless City is an expressive and deeply felt collection of sequences structured around the theme of the isolation of a population of immigrants in New York City. Dosunmu has an eye for compositions that evoke the simultaneous splendor and loneliness of life in a bustling community. A scene of young, mostly Senegalese immigrants dancing in a crowded New York club is conveyed in an exquisitely succinct collection of shots that revel in the intoxication of fleeting release” — Chuck Bowen. (Andrew Dosunmu, 2011, HDCam, 80 minutes) Special thanks to Adrian Loving.

Mother of George is Dosunmu’s new feature on the immigrant community. He will discuss this work and show excerpts. The film is now in theaters.

Event begins at 2:30PM

Categories: Film, Discussion, Arts

Free Live Music

St. Elmo's Coffee Pub

If you're looking for a fun, but inexpsensive night out check out some live music at St. Elmo's Coffee Pub. We feature local and national (and sometimes even international!) musicians Wednesday through Saturday, every week. For the past 16 years the Not So Modern Jazz Quartet + has been playing every Thursday at St. Elmo's. These seasoned regulars play Dixieland/New Orleans-style jazz and kick off their set around 7:30 p.m. All other days (Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday) music begins at 8 p.m. and goes to about 10 p.m. With a range in musical styles, there's surely something on our calendar for anyone who enjoys music. Besides jazz, we also feature folk, rock, blues, pop, experimental, country, bluegrass, and more! As always, the live music we offer is free (but tips are encouraged for the artists). "Come on out to St. Elmo's and enjoy a relaxing evening with coffee, great food, music, and friends. A night out at St. Elmo's gives you the opportunity to support local business and local/national musicians, and it is a less expensive alternative to a night at the bar." - Charity Meals from the Arlington Coffee Shop Examiner.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Categories: Music: Other, Free, Arts

Friends with Paws Day

Bean Bar

Bring your four-legged friends to Bean Bar, from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, November 23rd for FREE treats for your dog or cat. With a purchase of any item, take a FREE photo with your furry friend at Bean Bar's photo booth and enter for a chance to be selected as Bean Bar's Paw Pal of the Month.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Gallery B November Exhibit

Gallery B

November's Gallery B exhibition features the artwork of The Figurative Four: Nancy Abeles, Cathy Abramson, Elaine Lozier and Jan Rowland. In addition to their individual work, a collaborative piece called "ZigZag" will be on display.

Gallery hours: Wed.- Sat., 12-6pm
Opening reception: Friday, November 8, 6-9pm

For more information, please call 301/215-6660 or visit www.bethesda.org.

Event begins at 12:00PM

Presented by: Bethesda Urban Partnership

Featured Artist(s): The Figurative Four

Categories: Arts

Great Falls Studios(GFS) member artists featured in Classical Realism Exhibition and host artist's talks in November 2013

Great Falls Community Library

Classical Realism Exhibition and artists talks at Great Falls Community Library in November. Featuring John McCabe, Judith St.Ledger-Roty & Hwa Crawford. Reception, Sat., Nov. 9, 5 PM - 8 PM, Artist's talks, Thurs., Nov. 7 and Thurs., Nov 14, 7 PM - 9 PM

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Presented by: Great Falls Studios

Featured Artist(s): John McCabe, Judith St. Ledger-Roty & Hwa Crawford

Categories: Arts

Grub for Good 5k Charity Fun Run

Potomac River Running

Join local nonprofit Rock Recovery for Grub for Good, a 5k fun run for all fitness levels on Saturday, November 23rd. Rock Recovery started Grub for Good three years ago to fight the stigma that surrounds eating disorders and to involve the running community in supporting individuals who struggle with food and body image issues.
The run starts at Potomac River Running in Arlington, VA and will be followed by free smoothies at Protein Bar in Ballston. Also, participants will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win great prizes.
All proceeds from the event benefit Rock Recovery and help to provide affordable treatment for those in need.
To learn more visit: www.rockrecoveryed.org.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: Rock Recovery

Categories: Charity Events

Half-Moon Hike with S'mores

Robinson Nature Center

Bring your family out to experience nature's "dark" side. Discover the adaptations that nocturnal animals use to survive at night and see how well your own senses compare as you wind your way through the woods at Robinson Nature Center. Warm up under the moonlight with s'mores by the fire. Dress warmly. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Cost is $10 individual/$25 family (family fee is for three or more immediate family members).

Event begins at 6:00PM

Categories: Family Oriented

Here is a Play Fitted

Folger Shakespeare Library

Explore how staging Shakespeare has changed over the past 400 years. More than 100 items – scripts and promptbooks; designs for sets, lights, and costumes; props, models, production photographs, playbills, letters, and reviews – highlight broad shifts in the stage productions of Othello, Richard III, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Changes made to the plays over nearly four centuries may surprise you!

The Folger Shakespeare Library is open to the public 10am to 5pm Monday through Saturday, with special exhibition viewing hours on Sundays from 12pm to 5pm. Free, docent-led tours are available Monday through Friday at 11am and 3pm, Saturdays at 11am and 1pm, and Sundays at 1pm.

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Presented by: Folger Shakespeare Library

Featured Artist(s): Curated by Denise Walen

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Tours

Holiday Ceramics Sale

The Art League Madison Annex

Hours: Friday, November 22, 12:00 noon–9:00 pm; Saturday, November 23, 10:00 am–6:00 pm; Sunday, November 24, 12:00 noon–5:00pm

The Art League's Annual Holiday Ceramic Sale features one-of-a-kind ceramic vessels and sculptures created by students and ceramics associates of The Art League School. The ceramics sale is one of the highlights of our annual Artfete celebration, showcasing works by our talented ceramic artists. These affordable and unique handmade creations are perfect for holiday gift giving!

This sale is held in The Art League's ceramics studio at 305 Madison Street in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.

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Presented by: The Art League

Categories: Holiday, Arts

Home for Dinner Arts Exhibition, Oct 12 - Dec 1, 2013

The Workhouse Arts Center

Join us at the Workhouse Arts Center, 9601 Ox Road, Lorton, VA for our exhibition titled "Home for Dinner."

Home for Dinner is a simple phrase that can signify many things, such as family, laughter, conversation, tradition, favorite foods – just to name a few. For some individuals and families in southeast Fairfax County, “home for dinner” may not have a positive association. Perhaps the family is struggling to afford rent to stay in their home or trying to keep food on the table. The exhibit will consist of art from sixth grade students in local elementary schools.

The Lorton Community Action Center (LCAC) and the Workhouse Arts Center are collaborating on the exhibition to help raise awareness about hunger and homelessness in southeast Fairfax County. Home for Dinner will showcase how community members can make a difference, and it will provide a little friendly competition between elementary schools with a food drive. LCAC, an independent human services non-profit organization, works to prevent homelessness and to ensure that local individuals and families have food for dinner (and all other meals, too!)

Event begins at 11:00AM

Presented by: Workhouse Arts Center

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

House and Home

National Building Museum

House & Home, a long-term exhibition presented by the National Building Museum, takes visitors on a tour of houses both familiar and surprising, through past and present, challenging our ideas about what it means to live at home in America. 

Categories: Arts, Exhibits

Investigating Where We Live: Recapturing Shaw’s Legacy

National Building Museum

Investigating Where We Live is a summer program in which teen students from the D.C. area use multimedia technology to explore, document, and interpret the built environment of local neighborhoods.

Klezmer Nutcracker Holiday Concert

Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia

A klezmerized version of Tchaikovsky’s classic, with Shirim Klezmer Orchestra from Boston. Shirim’s Klezmer Nutcracker will make klezmer aficionados plotz and Tchaikovsky fans drop their jaws with wonder. It combines the zany wit of Spike Jones with the class and craft of Duke Ellington and recasts the Nutcracker as a Chanukah classic with images of a dancing Latkes Queen and marching Maccabees.

Event begins at 7:30PM

Presented by: Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia

Featured Artist(s): Shirim Klezmer Orchestra from Boston

Laugh Riot at the Hyatt

Hyatt Regency Bethesda

Live standup comedy show Laugh Riot at the Hyatt. Every Saturday night 8 til 10 pm. Doors open 7pm $10 CASH ONLY Admission Event begins at 8:00PM Presented by: StandupComedyToGo.com

Categories: Theater, Other Events

Music of the Balkans - Workshop and Concert

Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring

Join Orfeia Vocal Ensemble for an afternoon and evening of traditional Bulgarian and Balkan vocal music. Vocal workshop from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., evening concert at 7 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring, 10309 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland. Workshop: learn traditional Balkan vocal styles, songs, and dances, including village winter celebration (koleda) songs, from Orfeia and Artistic Director, master Bulgarian singer, teacher and composer Tatiana Sarbinska and master accordionist Koliu Kolev. All ages, all levels including beginners welcome. Reception/ light refreshments following workshop. Concert: Orfeia Vocal Ensemble, featuring Tatiana Sarbinska, just back from their Bulgarian tour. $20 vocal workshop, $15 concert ($30 both); students and seniors: $15 workshop, $10 concert ($20 both); children 12 and under free. Info: Elin at 202.321.3901 or info@orfeia.org. Visit Orfeia on Facebook and Tatiana Sarbinska at www.tatianasarbinska.com.

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Presented by: Orfeia Vocal Ensemble

Featured Artist(s): Orfeia Vocal Ensemble and Tatiana Sarbinska

Categories: Music: Other

Nov 23 & 24th. 22nd Annual Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show at GMU Fairfax

George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, Lecture Hall

November 23-24 - FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA: Annual show; Northern Virginia Mineral Club; George Mason University, The HUB; 4400 University Dr.; Sat. 10-6, Sun. 10-4; adults $5, seniors $3, students (13-17) $3, children (12 and under), Scouts in uniform and GMU Students with ID free; more than 20 dealers, minerals, fossils, gems, jewelry, meteorites, crystals, demonstrations, exhibits, door prizes, kids' mini-mines, learning activities, Cub Scout activities, silent auction; Web site: www.novamineralclub.org

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: Northern Virginia Mineral Club

Featured Artist(s): 20 plus Dealers selling Minerals, Fossils, Crystals, Gems, Jewelry, Carvings, Meteorites & more!

Categories: Fairs & Festivals

November Shows at Touchstone

Touchstone Gallery

November 1 – November 24
Preview: October 30 and 31, 11am – 6pm
Opening: November 1, 6 - 8:30pm
Through A Different Lens; Touchstone member artists see the inside and outside world through many individual lenses, then express their vision in photography as well as other media: painting, sculpture, ceramics, collage, and drawing.
“Lucid Dreams” by Tré
Where we've been, where we are, and where we hope to be: lucid dreams, a spectral journey depicting the archetypes of humanity.
“SOUL FOOD” by Betsy Forster.
Pastel, oil and mixed media paintings show Forster’s deep connection to nature and to the land itself.

Event begins at 6:00PM

Presented by: Touchstone Gallery

Featured Artist(s): Tré & Betsy Forster

Categories: Arts

Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940–1990

National Building Museum

Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940–1990 traces the city’s transformation into an internationally recognized destination with its own design vocabulary, canonized landmarks, and coveted way of life. 

Categories: Exhibits, Arts

Palaces for the People: Guastavino and America’s Great Public Spaces

National Building Museum

Palaces for the People: Guastavino and America’s Great Public Spaces sheds light on the story of Rafael Guastavino Sr. (1842-1908), arguably the most influential architectural craftsman working in late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century America. 

Categories: Exhibits, Arts

Play Work Build

National Building Museum

PLAY WORK BUILD takes children and adults alike through an exploration of play with an immersive, hands-on installation featuring molded foam blocks of all shapes and sizes and an original virtual block play experience. 

Pooch-A-Palooza Free Concert

Mason District Regional Park

APEX Pet Partners is sponsoring our third annual BBQ/ Party/Concert, to be held RAIN or SHINE!, in the beautiful Mason District Park. The event is free and there is ample seating. We have reserved both the amphitheater and a picnic area with tables and BBQs, but it is B.Y.O. food. Dogs must be on leash, and pooper-scooped. Beer/wine/alcohol are NOT allowed in the park. Picnic area will be open from 11AM until 7PM. Food/drinks should be enjoyed there, not in the amphitheater. Live music Noon– 6PM. Thank you & enjoy!!

Event begins at 12:00PM

Presented by: APEX Pet Partners

Featured Artist(s): Midnight Mumblers: Mixing Bowl Musical Mahem! This homegrown group plays classic rock and some blues and jamrock. Enjoy your favorites from the Stones, Beatles, the Dead & more. Good old hard driving rock done loud & proud.

Prince George's Philharmonic presents Madelyn Wanner, mezzo-soprano

Bowie Center for the Performing Arts

In its second concert of the 2013-2014 season, the Prince George's Philharmonic presents mezzo-soprano Madelyn Wanner in a performance of Gustav Mahler's "Songs of a Wayfarer." The program begins with Stravinsky's "Pulcinella Suite" and ends with Mozart's Symphony No. 41.

Single Ticket General Admission: $20, Seniors: $18, Age 18 and under free (ticket required). Single Tickets go on sale the night of the concert beginning at 7 pm, cash or check only. Tickets can be purchased in advance, by check. Season subscriptions are available. All seating is unreserved. Free Parking.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Presented by: Prince George's Philharmonic

Featured Artist(s): Madelyn Wanner, mezzo-soprano

Categories: Music: Classical

Protest

Mead Theater Lab at Flashpoint

Ambassador Theater Presents
PROTEST
By Vaclav Havel
November 19 – December 15, 2013 at FLASHPOINT, 916 G St., NW, Washington DC 20001
Preview: Nov. 19, Opening Nov. 20 at 8 pm
Havel challenges us in this play with pertinent questions: What is the connection between the arts and social responsibility/citizenry? What choices do we make as individuals when faced with circumstances of extreme volatility—what would we do if we had to make a choice between survival, compromise or revolution? How would you act in the midst of these extreme choices?

Event begins at 9:00PM

Presented by: Ambassador Theater

Featured Artist(s): Ivan Zizek, Michael Crowley, Hanna Bondarewska and Sissel Bakken

Categories: Theater

Protest

Mead Theater Lab at Flashpoint

Ambassador Theater Celebrates Life and Works of Vaclav Havel, the former president of the Czech Republic, playwright, and human rights advocate.
Havel challenges us in this play with pertinent questions: What is the connection between the arts and social responsibility/citizenry? What choices do we make as individuals when faced with circumstances of extreme volatility—what would we do if we had to make a choice between survival, compromise or revolution? How would you act in the midst of these extreme choices?
Nov. 19 - Dec. 15, 2013 Except the week of Thanksgiving

Event begins at 8:00PM

Presented by: Ambassador Theater

Featured Artist(s): Sissel Bakken, Hanna Bondarewska, Michael Crowley and Ivan Zizek

Categories: Theater

Reflections & Patterns – an exhibit by copper artist Anne Jordan and photographer Mary Louise Ravese

Arts in the Village Gallery

In November, Arts in the Village Gallery presents the Featured Artists exhibit Reflections & Patterns, a fusion of the artisanal copper pieces by metalsmith Anne Jordan with the contemplative “painterly” style of photography of Mary Louise Ravese in a fascinating medley of color, texture and imagery. Anne Jordan’s inviting sculpted and hammered copper bowls, trays, mirrors, fountains, and other pieces reflect nature-inspired shapes and patterns. Pieces are textured and formed by hammering and brazing, and finished with delightfully subtle hues and patinas reflecting copper’s natural beauty. With a keen eye for capturing the dramatic and beautiful, even ordinary objects and spaces take on an air of the remarkable through the lens of photographer Mary Louise Ravese. Intriguing patterns and textures are revealed in her images of colorful landscapes, nature close-ups, and abstract reflections. Each photograph is complemented with carefully chosen mats and frames that add another layer of interest and expression to the photography. Meet the artists during a free, open to the public reception on Saturday, November 16th, from 5 – 8 p.m.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: Arts in the Village Gallery

Featured Artist(s): Anne Jordan and Mary Louise Ravese

Categories: Free, Exhibits, Arts

Reflections: Part of FotoWeek DC

Target Gallery

Reflections: Part of FotoWeek DC
Exhibition Dates: November 9th – December 1st
Reception: Thursday, November 14th, 6-8pm; Gallery Talk at 7pm

Reflections is a media-specific exhibition with a focus on photo-based artwork examining the theme of “reflections,” both literally and metaphorically. Our juror was Lindsay Harris from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: Torpedo Factory Arts Center

Categories: Arts

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Folger Theatre

The perfect poetry of Shakespeare’s tragedy reveals the heart-breaking los of “star-crossed” love. Helen Hayes Award-winning director Aaron Posner leads an outstanding ensemble into the heart of this powerful, provocative play.

A full list of performances is available on our website. Ticket prices range from $30 to $72. Ask a box office associate about College Night, post-show discussions with the cast, and our open-captioned performance as well as discounts for seniors over 65, students, educators, members of the military, and groups of 10 or more.

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Presented by: Folger Theatre

Categories: History, Theater, Arts

Shanghai Ballet: The Butterfly Lovers

George Mason University Center for the Arts

This extraordinary classical ballet company from China performs one of its signature ballets, The Butterfly Lovers. Based on an ancient legend often considered the Chinese equivalent of Romeo and Juliet, this tragic ballet tells of Zhu, a young woman who disguises herself as a man to pursue her studies, and her classmate Liang, with whom she falls in love even though she is betrothed to another. This heartbreaking tragedy is filled with luminous costumes, spectacular sets, and gorgeous choreography performed with exquisite skill by these gifted dancers. Since 1979, this accomplished ensemble has enchanted audiences around the world with its interpretations of classical Chinese and Western ballets. Our audiences were spellbound by their last appearance and this beautiful Asian masterpiece is certain to have the same effect.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Categories: International, Dance

Speakeasy Shorts

U.S. Navy Memorial’s Burke Theater

For a second year, DC Shorts and SpeakeasyDC have combined forces for the annual Speakeasy Shorts competition, a unique event that combines the art of storytelling with the craft of filmmaking in a two-weekend experience. Ten teams of filmmakers will be assigned to ten storytellers to create short films based on original stories, all shot and produced in the District.

Event begins at 7:30PM

Presented by: DC Shorts and SpeakeasyDC

Categories: Film

Sustainable Hamburg Exhibit and Conference

University of the District of Columbia

You are invited to attend the conference and exhibition Hamburg: Building the City Anew. A Journey into the City of Tomorrow. HafenCity, Europe’s largest inner-city development project, is setting new standards for ecological sustainability and mixed use development along the Elbe River in Hamburg, Germany. The exhibition features examples of IBA Hamburg and HafenCity projects. Launching the exhibit will be Dr. Dorothee Stapelfeldt, Deputy Mayor of Hamburg, and Karlfried Bergner, Minister, German Embassy, at an opening reception Nov. 14 at 5:00 p.m. Representatives from Hamburg and the District will discuss the similarities and sustainable initiatives during a half-day conference on Nov. 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Please RSVP to causes@udc.edu to attend the either. The exhibition will run Mondays through Saturdays from Nov. 15 until Dec. 6, and can be found on the A level of Building 42 of UDC’s Van Ness Campus, 4200 Connecticut Ave., NW. Or take the red line metro to Van Ness. Campus is closed over Thanksgiving holiday.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Presented by: The University of the District of Columbia's College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences & the Goethe-Institut Washington.

Categories: Exhibits

Tales From the Brothers Grimm

Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace Falls Church

November 1-24
Fridays at 7:30 PM
Saturdays at 2 PM & 7:30 PM
Sundays at 2 PM

Deep in the woods of imagination, we encounter myth and mystery in a magical place filled with talking fish, evil stepmothers and enchanted princes. When the Grimm Brothers first published their folktale collection, they opened the door to timeless lessons, helping young audiences to understand the sometimes capricious and cruel nature of the world. Now Creative Cauldron’s Learning Theater takes a new look at both familiar Grimm tales and lesser-known folktale gems, weaving them together in a musical performance that will bewitch and beguile audiences of every age.

Event begins at 7:30PM

Presented by: Creative Cauldron

Tales From the Brothers Grimm

Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace Falls Church

November 1-24
Fridays at 7:30 PM
Saturdays at 2 PM & 7:30 PM
Sundays at 2 PM

Deep in the woods of imagination, we encounter myth and mystery in a magical place filled with talking fish, evil stepmothers and enchanted princes. When the Grimm Brothers first published their folktale collection, they opened the door to timeless lessons, helping young audiences to understand the sometimes capricious and cruel nature of the world. Now Creative Cauldron’s Learning Theater takes a new look at both familiar Grimm tales and lesser-known folktale gems, weaving them together in a musical performance that will bewitch and beguile audiences of every age.

Event begins at 2:00PM

Presented by: Creative Cauldron

Tellabration!

One More Page

One More Page participates in Tellabration, a special storytelling celebration produced by Voices in the Glen to create a worldwide network of storytelling enthusiasts bonded together in spirit. Four local and accomplished storytellers will read to families and children. For more information about Tellabration, visit www.voicesintheglen.org.

Event begins at 4:30PM

Presented by: Voices in the Glen

The Capitol Steps

Amphitheater of the Ronald Reagan Building

The Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them.

The group was born in December, 1981 when some staffers for Senator Charles Percy were planning entertainment for a Christmas party. Their first idea was to stage a nativity play, but in the whole Congress they couldn't find three wise men or a virgin. So, they decided to dig into the headlines of the day, and they created song parodies & skits which conveyed a special brand of satirical humor

We perform every week in Washington, D.C. at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in the Amphitheater with shows every Friday and Saturday year round at 7:30 PM!

Event begins at 7:30PM

Categories: Music: Other

The Cover of Life

Bowie Playhouse

By R. T. Robinson. Directed by Bob Sams
Henry Luce needs a cover story for Life Magazine, and he's found it in Tood, Weetsie and Sybil Cliffert. Intrigued by these three young Louisiana housewives, keeping the home fires burning for their husbands - three brothers who are all off at war - he sends Kate Miller to write his prize story. Fresh off assignment in Europe, Kate resents being assigned to a fluff piece about military wives, but she hasn't landed a cover story yet and ambition is riding her hard. A week with the Clifferts rocks the foundations of Kate's world and all four women walk away changed - for Life and life.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Presented by: Bowie Community Theatre

Featured Artist(s): Bowie Community Theatre

Categories: Theater

The Little Goose From Smolensk

F. Scott Fitzgerald Theater

We're still celebrating our 25th anniversary year with a pair of great concerts coming up in November, featuring Russian folk diva Irina Zagornova and America's favorite balalaika soloist, Andrei Saveliev "The Little GooseFrom Smolensk" and other Russian folk favorites.

We are happy to invite children 12 and under to attend free of charge with paying adults.

Event begins at 8:00PM

Presented by: Washington Balalaika Society

Categories: Family Oriented, Theater

The Original DuPont Market Fair presents The Georgetown Pop Up Market - Wisconsin & M St NW

1201 Wisconsin Ave NW-- Wisconsin & M St (PNC Bank Lot)

Take a look at the FANTASTIC ARRAY of vendors we have assembled for this & Every SATURDAY's show -. It's all there for a GREAT SHOPPING EXPERIENCE . . .Table Makers, Antiques, Restoration, Rugs, High End Fashion & Vintage, Well Crafted Jewelry & Home Décor, not to mention, all the Food Artisans from FRESH made spreads.. .to all the SWEET GOODNESS DESSERTS! And let's not forget a varied list of DELICIOUS ethnic Fares, all this, Surrounded by some feel good music from our house D.J.

WE ARE BEING DESCRIBED AS ONE OF THE BEST TRI- AREA MARKETS AROUND

For further information and dates/times e-mail us chefkenac@yahoo.com or visit www.DC-Marketplace.com

GO TO OUR WEB SITE AND SUBMIT A FREE APPLICATION, ALSO VIEW RECENT SHOWS ON VIDEO DC-MARKETPLACE.COM PRICING STARTING AT JUST $78 PER BOOTH. . ... FOR NOW!!!

Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DupontMarketFair

Event begins at 11:00AM

Presented by: The DuPont Market Fair

Featured Artist(s): Chef Kenac (Every Sat) Wisconsin & M St NW - SUNDAY STARTING IN JULY 2013

The Peacock Room Comes to America: Exhibiting Freer’s Bibles

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

In November 1912 museum founder Charles Lang Freer put two rare biblical manuscripts on public view in his Detroit home. This special installation showcases those antique works—a parchment codex of Deuteronomy and Joshua, and the so-called Washington Codex, the third oldest parchment manuscript of the Gospels—in the unexpected setting of James McNeill Whistler’s Peacock Room. Part of the long-term exhibition The Peacock Room Comes to America, this presentation exemplifies Freer’s cosmopolitan aesthetic philosophy by juxtaposing biblical parchments with ceramics gathered from all over Asia and framed by Whistler’s brilliant blue and gold decorations.

Event begins at 10:00AM

Categories: Exhibits

The Summoning of Everyman

Melton Rehearsal Hall, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

During the month of November, The Edge of the Universe Players 2 will bring the medieval play The Summoning of Everyman to Washington, DC theatergoers. The play, directed by Steven Jarrett of Washington, DC, features the characters Death, God, Everyman, and many others. Joe Brack of Washington is cast in the lead role of “Everyman” in this 15th century work that has roots as early as the 2nd to 4th centuries.

Please visit us on Facebook (http://on.fb.me/Pgt0go) and on Twitter (@UniversePlayers) for updates about the play.

Show Schedule:
Friday, November 1 at 8:00 PM
Saturday, November 2 at 8:00 PM
Sunday, November 3 at 2:00 PM
Saturday, November 9 at 8:00 PM
Sunday, November 10 at 2:00 PM
Friday, November 15 at 8:00 PM
Saturday, November 16 at 8:00 PM
Sunday, November 17 at 2:00 PM
Friday, November 22 at 8:00 PM
Saturday, November 23 at 8:00 PM
Sunday, November 24 at 2:00 PM

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Presented by: The Edge of the Universe Players 2

Categories: Theater

The Sunrise String Quartet

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Wellington Parish

The Sunrise String Quartet performs music of Mozart, Turina and Shostakovich
$20/$15 seniors/$10 students and teachers

Event begins at 7:30PM

Presented by: Concerts At St. Luke's

Featured Artist(s): Sunrise String Quartet

Categories: Music: Classical

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