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There’s no getting around it: You’d be insane to step outside in this weather. Then again, what are the arts without their eccentrics? If you do feel compelled to brave the elements, you’ve still got a few options—-well, very few. We’ll keep updating this space—-and 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, canceled; Beauty of the Father at GALA is off; Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center, canceled; I Am My Own Wife and Sweeney Todd at the Signature Theatre, canceled; Barack Stars at Woolly Mammoth is canceled; Orestes, a Tragic Romp at Folger Shakespeare Library, canceled; Shakespeare Theatre Co.’s Antony & Cleopatra and Henry V,canceled; suicide.chat.room at Flashpoint, “it will apparently never ever ever stop snowing so we are canceling tonight’s performance”; The Rivalry at Ford’s Theatre, canceled; Noon performance of The Four of Us at Theater J, canceled; Permanent Collection at Round House Theatre, canceled.
FILM: Smithsonian events are canceled; AFI Silver is open; E Street closed for matinees, no announcement yet for evening shows.
DANCE: Mariinsky Ballet at Kennedy Center is canceled.
MUSEUMS: Smithsonian is closed; Phillips Collection is closed; Corcoran is closed.
MUSIC: La Roux at 9:30 Club, postponed; Pepi Ginsberg, Pash, and Olivia Mancini at the Black Cat, rescheduled to March 2; Delta Spirit at DC9, canceled; Dinosaur Bones at The Red and the Black, still on; Maida Vale at Velvet Lounge, still on; To Haiti with Love at Liv, still on; Everything Verses at Bohemian Caverns, still on; Framewerk at Blues Alley, still on; Dr. John at The Birchmere, canceled; the Bad Plus at Wolftrap, canceled.