Explore Shakespeare’s portrait of maniacal ambition and dig into the truth about this king’s real nature with this celebrated history play. For the first time in Folger history, the Elizabethan Theatre will be reconfigured to allow for a production “in the round.”
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.
50–65 Horizon Line brings together more than 50 of Jean Meisel’s small watercolors of horizon lines displayed in an intimate alcove of the Phillips house.
Atlas Performing Arts Center/ Intersections New Art Festival
From ancient Egypt to modern day Austria, Bowen McCauley Dance explores the environment's influence on movement in Afoot in Vienna and Fire and Air.
Participating Downtown Bethesda Dance Studios
Dance Bethesda kicks off the weekend with free lessons and parties at downtown Bethesda dance studios from 7-10:30 p.m., Friday, March 7, 2014. Participants can learn steps and see demonstrations including ballroom, jazz, hip-hop and more dance styles.
George Mason University Center for the Arts
The Center is honored to welcome one of the world's most well-known dance companies for an outstanding evening of dazzling contemporary dance that will take your breath away. For more than half a century, Joffrey Ballet has captured the hearts and minds of audiences the world over with its exquisite choreography, expansive repertoire, and an exceptional and inclusive approach to dance that proudly reflects and represents the diversity of America. This renowned company presents an engaging program titled American Legends featuring Interplay, choreographed by Jerome Robbins, Nine Sinatra Songs with choreography by Twyla Tharp, and more. "Balletgoing rarely gets more rewarding, and the [Joffrey] dancers reach for – and often grasp – new levels of achievement." (Chicago Tribune)
Event begins at 8:00PM
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