July 17 Near The Woodley: The Time Machine Roast With DC Improv

You can’t accuse the fine folks of the DC Improv of running out of interesting show ideas. The latest production is The Time Machine Roast, and features various historical figures transported through time to the stage for a gold, old fashioned roast. Some of the funniest comedians in DC will be in costume and in character to play everyone from…

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Celebrate the Fourth of July at the National Building Museum’s Summer Block Party Installation

Every year, there’s no shortage of events and attractions on the Fourth of July in DC. But if you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary for this year’s celebration, you might stop by the National Building Museum on F Street for the opening of their Summer Block Party Installation. This year’s exhibition is the product of a…

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“Byhalia, Mississippi” Starts an Important Conversation at the Kennedy Center

Evan Linder has been writing plays for about 15 years, but it was only recently that his efforts were recognized when Byhalia, Mississippi earned the title of “Best New Work.” The honor comes among a flurry of other accolades from the likes of the Chicago Tribune, Broadway World, and DC Metro Theater Arts. You can catch the trending new play…

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The National Memorial Day Choral Festival at JFK Center for the Performing Arts

For many folks, Memorial Day means a parade and a well-deserved day off from work. But being in DC means that there are numerous ways to commemorate America’s fallen military servicemen and women, and remember the true meaning of the day. The JFK Center for the Performing Arts will mark the holiday with the National Memorial Day Choral Festival, a…

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