All summer, the Kennedy Center has toasted the return of live performance with its 2021 Millennium Stage summer series. Now, it continues to program engaging performances for the fall, such as the Deaf Enlightenment and Arts Festival, a showcase of Deaf artists working across various disciplines. In partnership with Visionaries of the Creative Arts and National Theatre of the Deaf, this three-day community event will feature outdoor activities and performances including dance, film, ASL poetry, and theater. The Kennedy Center will offer a range of accessibility accommodations that will be available to attendees during the festival, including courtesy wheelchairs, assistive listening devices, and open captions. Sept. 23 to 25 at the Kennedy Center REACH. Free; registration required.