Fairy Tales in the Sun

Adventure Theatre MTC 7300 Macarthur Blvd., Glen Echo

Adventure Theatre welcomes back in-person shows and young patrons with Fairy Tales in the Sun. Featuring two one-act plays, directed by Stan Kang, Lyra Yang's The Flood in the Future and Michelle Lynch's From Cinders to Ella, both offer new takes and diverse readings on old fairy and folk tales.

$20.50
Recurring

Distance Frequencies: Transmission

The Parks DC 1010 Butternut St. NW, Washington

Rorschach Theatre's first live, in-person production in 16 months is the final and stand-alone seven chapters of the virtual Distance Frequencies. The story follows a young artist on a decades-long quest through time and D.C. history.    

$30 – $150
Recurring

Distance Frequencies: Transmission

The Parks DC 1010 Butternut St. NW, Washington

Rorschach Theatre's first live, in-person production in 16 months is the final and stand-alone seven chapters of the virtual Distance Frequencies. The story follows a young artist on a decades-long quest through time and D.C. history.    

$30 – $150
Recurring

Distance Frequencies: Transmission

The Parks DC 1010 Butternut St. NW, Washington

Rorschach Theatre's first live, in-person production in 16 months is the final and stand-alone seven chapters of the virtual Distance Frequencies. The story follows a young artist on a decades-long quest through time and D.C. history.    

$30 – $150

The Amen Corner

Sidney Harman Hall 610 F St. NW, Washington

Whitney White brings James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner to finish its run at Sidney Harman Hall. Pastor Margaret, leading a Harlem storefront church in the 1950s, sings about redemption, but must face her own past.  

$35 – $120

Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski

Michael R. Klein Theatre 450 7th St. NW, Washington

A one-man show on World War II hero and Holocaust witness Jan Karski. Starring Academy Award nominee David Strathairn.

$35 – $120