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Forget the recent mild temperatures and thoughts that spring was near. Mother Nature is dumping another massive storm on D.C. and as a result, plenty of scheduled events aren’t taking place. Here’s what’s closed in the arts and entertainment world:
This post will be updated throughout the day
UPDATE: 3:35 p.m.
Folger Elizabethan Theatre: The PEN/Faulkner discussion with Amy Tan and Deborah Tannen is postponed until April.
Fillmore Silver Spring: Tonight’s Bring Me the Horizon concert is canceled.
Howard Theatre: Tonight’s Juan Perro concert has been postponed until March 9. All tickets will be honored.
Jammin’ Java: The 9 Songwriters Series has been postponed until April 21.
Rock & Roll Hotel: Tonight’s concert with The Men, Ukiah Drag, The Dead Women, and No Evils is canceled.
Taffety Punk: Tonight’s reading of Diamond Dogs is canceled and the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is closed.
Washington Jewish Film Festival: The Library of Congress discussion with Dan Shadur, the screening of Altina at Goethe-Institut, and the screening of Sturgeon Queens at the JCC of Greater Washington in Rockville are canceled. Ticket holders will be refunded in full. Tonight’s screenings of Master of a Good Name and Nothing Old About This Testament at the DC JCC and Arabani at AFI Silver will continue as scheduled.
The Dunes: Tonight’s concert with Pree, White Gold, Pleasure Curses, and Racoon Fighter is canceled.
DC9: Tonight’s Yellow Ostrich concert is rescheduled for April 2. All tickets will be honored.
National Museum of Health and Medicine: Closed Monday
Imagination Stage: Closed Monday
International Spy Museum: Closed Monday.
Kennedy Center: All Monday performances are canceled.
March Madness of Comedy: Tonight’s kickoff event at Silver Spring’s Fire Station 1 has been canceled.
Signature Theatre: Monday’s “Off Book” discussion is canceled.
Library of Congress: Closed Monday
National Archives: Closed Monday
National Building Museum: Closed Monday
National Gallery of Art: Closed Monday
National Geographic Museum: Closed Monday
National Museum of Women in the Arts: Closed Monday
Newseum: Closed Monday
Smithsonian: Closed Monday, with the exception of the National Air and Space Museum.
Shakespeare Theatre Company: Monday’s ReDiscovery Reading of A Family Affair is postponed. Reservation holders will be contacted when a new date is announced.
Sixth & I Historic Synagogue: Closed Monday. Tonight’s concert featuring Ski Lodge, The Belle Game, and Starlight Girls has been canceled.
And here’s what’s bravely open:
9:30 Club: Tonight’s sold out Mayer Hawthorne show will continue as scheduled
National Museum of Crime and Punishment: Open noon to 6 p.m.
Politics & Prose: Opening at noon. Author Alice Hoffman will read at 7 p.m.
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