Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE and Meshell Ndegeocello

Kennedy Center 2700 F St. NW

Several modern dance works by Ronald K. Brown will be performed, including Mercy in which Brown collaborates with Meshell Ndegeocello.

$29 – $59

Red Bull Dance Your Style

Howard Theatre 620 T St. NW, Washington, DC

That high-energy drink brings its global street dance competition to the capital. Semi-finalists take to the Howard Theatre in hopes of moving to world finals in Johannesburg, South Africa. See website for Saturday street dance classes and workshops too.

$10 – $15

CityDance Umfundalai Workshop

CityDance Friendship Heights 5207 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Washington, DC

Monique Newton Walker, a certified master teacher, leads a 101 workshop on Umfundalai, a modern form of African dance combining movement vocabulary from dance traditions throughout the Diaspora. This five-week course runs through Nov. 22 and offers in person and virtual classes.  

$15 – $90

jumatatu m. poe & Jermone Donte Beacham

Dance Place 3225 8th St. NE

The latest performance piece from these choreographers' Let ‘im Move You series explores the meaning of Black queer bodies in public space.


A Concert Presentation of Footloose

GMU Center for the Arts 4400 University Dr., Fairfax

A dance concert performance based on the hit 1984-Kevin Bacon classic.

$15 – $30

Tango Apiazzollado – Celebrating 100 years of Astor Piazzolla

Kennedy Center 2700 F St. NW

Tango dancers, Latin Grammy winner Rodolfo Zanetti, pianist Pablo Estigarribia, and the Pan American Symphony Orchestraled by Maestro Sergio Alessandro Buslje celebrate the Argentine composer who revamped the tango.

$55 – $75

State Ballet Theatre of Ukraine Cinderella

Music Center at Strathmore 5301 Tuckerman Ln., North Bethesda

This rendition of the fairy tale about a servant girl, glass slippers, prince charming, and a little bit of fairy dust, is performed by graceful Ukraine dancers, choreographed by Vladimir Vasiliev and set to Sergei Prokofiev’s music.

$35 – $75


Dance Place 3225 8th St. NE

A hybrid in-person and virtual event that celebrates Dance Place with performances from current artists in residence, Tariq Darrell O’Meally and Britta Joy Peterson, national artist slowdanger, and more.


Dorrance Dance

Kennedy Center 2700 F St. NW

The Nutcracker on tap. This jazz interpretation of the classic holiday ballet will put a new strut on the season.

$24 – $79

The Hip Hop Nutcracker

Music Center at Strathmore 5301 Tuckerman Ln., North Bethesda

Infused with hip-hop dancers, DJs, violins and more, this new spin on an old classic takes place in modern day Manhattan and features a cameo by Kurtis Blow.

$34 – $68