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The Good Liar

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

They call him a magician, they call him a mentalist. They say seeing Brian Curry will break you out of your weekend slump. They promise laughs, gasps, and more.


Superstar: Drag Revue

Songbyrd Music House 540 Penn St. NE, Washington, DC

Bask in the glow of sequins and glitter! This variety drag show is back in action on the Songbyrd stage!  


The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Workhouse Arts Center 9518 Workhouse Way, Lorton, VA

A play within a play about a Victorian theatre company Music Hall Royale putting on Charles Dickens' whodunit mystery, based on the writer's final, unfinished novel. Audience participation is expected.  


Color Theory for Kids

Kids 7-12 are invited to discover the world of color! Start by creating your own color wheel, end by designing your own signature color.


Transient: Impermanent Paintings

ARTECHOUSE DC 1238 Maryland Ave. SW, Washington, DC

Rethink artistic techniques and the relationship between machines and human at ARTECHOUSE DC's newest immersive exhibit. Go inside the artistic journey propelled by classical piano and painting techniques to explore […]

$17 – $30

The Sculpture Garden Ice Rink

National Gallery of Art 4th St & Constitution Ave, NW, Washington, DC

Nothing says winter wonderland like ice skating at the National Gallery! Skating lessons are available for all ages and abilities too. The rink is open through March 6.


Freed Bodyworks Closing Sale

Freed Bodyworks 1337 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Washington, DC

They say all good things must come to an end, and so it's with much sadness we bid adieu to D.C.'s queer-owned and queer-centric body work practitioners. Give them a send off by visiting their closing sale for furniture, art, knick-knacks, and more.


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.

$20 – $95

BSO Presents Tchaikovsky Manfred Symphony

Music Center at Strathmore 5301 Tuckerman Ln., North Bethesda, DC

Guest conductor Robert Trevino unites with spoken word artist Wordsmith for a special BSO performance—the world premiere by James Lee III commissioned by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Rochester Philharmonic.

$35 – $90

Profs & Pints: Who Owns Dance Moves?

DC Comedy Loft 1523 22nd St. NW, Washington, DC

Jill Vasbinder, a dance history teacher and senior lecturer UMD Baltimore County, leads an interesting discussion on the debate over choreography ownership, appropriation, and how dance connects to racial justice.      

$12 – $15

And Now, Hold Me

Dance Place 3225 8th St. NE, Washington, DC

Britta Joy Peterson's And Now, Hold Me is called an "unflinchingly tender and unfailingly tenacious duet" that explores holding space, bodily connections, and social life.  

Free – $100