THEATER: In the Red and Blue Water at the Studio Theatre, still on tonight; Stick Fly at Arena Stage, still on, with an extra show added; Beauty of the Father at GALA, still on; all shows at the Kennedy Center, canceled; I Am My Own Wife at the Signature Theatre, canceled; Last Cargo Cult at Wooly Mammoth, canceled, shows resuming Sunday; Orestes, a Tragic Romp at Folger Shakespeare Library, canceled; Shakespeare Theatre Co.’s Antony & Cleopatra at the Lansburgh, canceled; Shakespeare Theatre Co.’s Henry V at the Harmon, canceled; suicide.chat.room at Flashpoint, canceled. The Rivalry at Ford’s Theatre, Friday and Saturday performances canceled; The Glass Menagerie at Rep Stage, canceled.

Like a blessing from up high, the clouds have parted. Blue skies! Sunshine! And … poorly paved roads. After a week of Mother Nature’s fury, we’ll take what we can get. Luckily, the D.C. arts scene has shaken off the ice and snow in record time. Put down that hot cocoa, throw on a scarf, and hit the (sludgy? wet? icy?) roads—-Snowpocalypse is over. We’ll keep updating this space throughout the day to keep tabs on the goings-on all over the city. Keep in mind, just because something is on now doesn’t mean it still will be later in the day. E-mail us any tips or leave them in the comments.

THEATER: In the Red and Blue Water at the Studio Theatre, running; Beauty of the Father at GALA, running; Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center, running; I Am My Own Wife and Sweeney Todd at the Signature Theatre, “Both of them are on!” ; Barack Stars at Woolly Mammoth, running; Orestes, a Tragic Romp at Folger Shakespeare Library, running; Shakespeare Theatre Co.’s Antony & Cleopatra and Henry V,running; suicide.chat.room at Flashpoint, running; The Rivalry at Ford’s Theatre, 7:30 p.m. performance running, matinee canceled; Noon performance of The Four of Us at Theater J, running ; Permanent Collection at Round House Theatre,”We hope to open the box office … on Thursday.”

FILM: Smithsonian events (except National Museum of Natural History events) are canceled; AFI Silver is open; E Street is open.

DANCE: Mariinsky Ballet at Kennedy Center will perform.

MUSEUMS: Smithsonian is closed, except for the National Museum of Natural History; Phillips Collection is closed; Corcoran is closed.

MUSIC: Goodie Mob Reunion at 9:30 Club, rescheduled to March 10; Title Tracks and Pretty and Nice at the Black Cat, rescheduled to March 10; Madball at Rock and Roll Hotel, canceled; Motion to Quash and Restatement of Rock at DC9, still on; Dinosaur Bones at The Red and the Black, still on; Capstan Shafts at Velvet Lounge, still on; Jay Hayden at Liv, still on;  Jerry “The Iceman” Butler at Blues Alley, still on; Angie Stone at The Birchmere, postponed; Shemekia Copeland at Wolftrap, rescheduled to March 28.