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La llamada de Sylvia Méndez

GALA Hispanic Theatre 3333 14th St. NW

This bilingual play tells the life story of civil rights activist Sylvia Méndez of the 1946 landmark Supreme Court case Mendez v. Westminster, which desegregated California schools for Mexican and Latinx students.

$10 – $12
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The Realistic Joneses

Spooky Action Theater 1810 16th St. NW, Washington, DC

Two pairs of suburban married Joneses are neighbors. In a series of short vignettes, directed by Gillian Drake, they realize they have more in common than their names.

$30 – $40

ExPats Theatre: Pankrác ’45

Atlas Performing Arts Center 1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC

Set in a Prague prison in 1945, Pankrác ’45 follows five women—each accused of working for the Nazis—as they await their fate. Written by Martina Kinská and translated by Barbara Day. Karin Rosnizeck and Melissa B. Robinson direct in partnership with the Czech Republic Embassy.

$20 – $35
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The Madness of Poe

Synetic Theater 1800 South Bell Street, Arlington

A suspenseful and sinister thriller that combines several of Edgar Allan Poe’s creepiest tales, including a new spin on Synetic’s 2007 adaptation of The Fall of the House of Usher. (The Oct. 11 show is invite only.)

$20 – $60
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Waitress

Capital One Hall 7750 Capital One Tower Rd., Tysons, VA

A small-town waitress, lots of singing, and pie as a metaphor for life. An all-women creative team bring the hit Broadway musical to D.C.  

$54.50

Rent

Signature Theatre 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, VA

Living in Manhattan’s East Village, a group of artists and friends are confronted with gentrification, the end (and beginnings) of relationships while the AIDS epidemic ravages the country.

The Inseparables

Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center at Howard Community College 10901 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia

Bill Gillett directs an over-the-top retelling of Alexandre Dumas’ The Three Musketeers with hand puppets and more.

$10 – $15
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ExPats Theatre: Pankrác ’45

Atlas Performing Arts Center 1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC

Set in a Prague prison in 1945, shortly after WWII's end, Pankrác ’45 follows five women, each accused of working for the Nazis as they await their fate. Written by Martina Kinská and translated by Barbara Day. Karin Rosnizeck and Melissa B. Robinson direct in partnership with the Czech Republic Embassy.  

$20 – $35
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Mysticism & Music

Constellation Theatre Company at Source 1835 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

Incorporating music, dance, and poetry, creators Tom Teasley, Allison Stockman, A.J. Guban, and Chao Tian delve into folklore and spiritual literature from across the world.

$10 – $49
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Cinderella

Synetic Theater 1800 South Bell Street, Arlington

Catch the world premiere production of Maria Simpkins and Emily Whitworth’s take on this classic fairytale. Choreographed by Janine Baumgardner with music compositions from Konstantine Lortkipanidze, Synetic's Cinderella is led by an all-women crew too!

$15 – $30
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Brian Curry: The Good Liar

Capital Hilton 1001 16th St. NW, Washington, DC

A comedy show at Capital Hilton that asks you to decide if the comedian is a magician, a liar, or a mentalist.

$50
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The Magic Duel Comedy Show

The Mayflower Hotel 1127 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC

Funny magic tricks as two 'gicians battle out for the title of D.C.’s Best Magician.    

$35 – $80