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Thursday, February 22, 2018

NSO Family Concert

On Feb. 18, 2 and 4 p.m., learn the language of music with a fresh twist as the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) reunites with...

The Poetic Hill

After 44 years of practicing law, James C. Brady decided to return to pursuits about which he was once passionate: painting, sculpting, and writing....

The Literary Hill

Adrift in the Pentagon If you’ve ever wondered what goes on inside that forbidding five-sided fortress across the Potomac, prepare to be illuminated. In “Only...

The Wolves at Studio Theater

Spend enough time on the field and come away with blood. But the blood that opens Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves isn’t skinned knees or...

Art and the City

The people are introspective—lost in a simple moment. Desiree Sterbini takes them back to where they were. It’s the searching through time that people...

Recovering Voices Mother Tongue Film Festival

The third annual Mother Tongue Film Festival is on Feb. 21 to 25 and features 32 films representing 33 languages across six continents at...

The Raid at Anacostia Playhouse

Feb. 8 to March 18. Idris Goodwin’s The Raid is a fantasy debate between two American icons: White abolitionist John Brown and Black abolitionist...

American Ensemble Theater Presents Character Building

Saturdays, Feb. 3 to 24, 1 PM. This one-man musical is adapted from talks Dr. Washington gave his students at Tuskegee University. What Dr....

The Raid

Ready to die for a belief? Is it better to work within the system to change it or take up arms against the system...

Day to Night: In the Field with Stephen Wilkes

Iconic photographer Stephen Wilkes documented four ancient bird migrations across the globe from the majestic flamingos in Kenya to the elegant sandhill cranes in...