Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center 8270 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD

A virtual performance by the Javaad Alipoor Company examining the growing divide between rich and poor as well as the roles technology, entitlement, and more play in strengthening that divide.

$10 – $20

Fandango for Butterflies (And Coyotes)

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center 8270 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD

Coming together in the name of celebration, a group of immigrants unite within a community sanctuary where they’re forced to wait out ICE raids, fear of family separations, and concerns for loved ones attempting to cross the border.

$10 – $20

Hadestown

Kennedy Center 2700 F St. NW

Anaïs Mitchell's raved-about musical weaves together two doomed love stories: Orpheus and Eurydice's and Hades and Persephone's.

$45 – $169

Little Women: The Broadway Musical

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center 8270 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD

Jo and her sisters Meg, Beth, and Amy are once again brought to life in this musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s venerated 19th-century novel.

$10 – $20

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

Hookman

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center 8270 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD

Literally haunted by the unexpected death of her high school bff, college freshman Lexi must navigate ghosts and the early stages of adulthood simultaneously.

$10 – $20

A Strange Loop

Talk about meta a play about Usher, a Black queer writer, who hates his job and is writng a musical, which happens to be about a Black queer writer who hates their job and is writing a musical. Get ready for good sounds and mind-bending realities.

$1 – $74

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Kennedy Center 2700 F St. NW

The jukebox musical uses Carole King's music to tell the decades-long story of her career—which, coincidentally, made her a Kennedy Center Honoree in 2015.

$49 – $149

White Noise

Studio Theatre 1501 14th St. NW

A story, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, on four 30-something longtime friends and lovers who must face the reality that they are not living in post-racial world. 

daphne’s dive

Signature Theatre 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, VA

Over nearly two decades, Daphne has run a beloved dive bar in Philly where a group of misfits have grown into a chosen family.