There's no way around it: For theatergoers, the Kennedy Center is the place to be next month. The Potomac River landmark is offering Synetic Theater's new silent Shakespeare installment, a chance to see actress Claire Danes and a play whose star will make some sci-fi fans happy. (Hint: It's not David Duchovny.)
Re-live the Clinton years through song at HFStival 2010. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Ticketfly.
May 27, 2010; 7:00 AM ET |
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If you didn't score tickets for the Savor craft beer festival, you're not left completely out in the cold. Many of the brewers coming to Savor will be in town for several days, and there are numerous beer dinners, tastings and meet-and-greets planned for the week. Here's a day-by-day run down of some of the best.
Can you believe Memorial Day is here already? Get ready for summer with multiple pool parties and rooftop gatherings, or a day-long Sunday block party with an all-star DJ lineup. The Black Pride festival returns to Washington, along with club and lounge parties. And then there's just all kinds of random events on our calendar: Soul Asylum playing for free in Rockville, Dutch DJs Kraak N Smaak, Daylight's fourth anniversary party, three legendary D.C. house DJs teaming up at the U Street Music Hall, Erykah Badu and a headbanging tribute to the late Ronnie James Dio.
For the second year, the Corcoran Gallery is waiving admission fees every Saturday, starting this week through Labor Day weekend. The museum will offer a different mix of activities every week, from live music to theater performances to a community...
This week's free events include the chance to tap dance with Maurice Hines and the first installment of the Jazz in the Garden concert series. Monday Free s'mores of a sort To help the city get into the swing of...