Come attend the one of the kind GI Film Festival’s Filmmaker Bootcamp!
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The GI Film Festival (GIFF), a 501 c(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to sharing the military experience in and out of the arena of war. The GI Film Festival is the first film festival in the nation [...]
Support your local improv community! The Washington Improv Theater (WIT) annual gala fundraiser is only a week away. It has a French theme this year: Vive la Revolution! and should be tons of fun. It’s an unpredictable, interactive party that changes shape every year. This is a French-themed frolic to support WIT’s performance and [...]
What is the true meaning of justice? That is the question posed to audiences in A Time to Kill. For all you John Grisham fans, now is the time to see his first novel A Time to Kill brought to life in its world premiere at Arena Stage! A Time to Kill runs May [...]
The musical “Liberty Smith“, a world premiere, at historical Ford’s Theater is a good time! Ask Miss A got to attend on opening night (March 30, 2011) which was pretty exciting! Several of the musical creators were there (Marc Madnick, Eric R. Cohen, Adam Abraham, and Michael Weiner) as well the new Ambassador to [...]
Sponsored under the gracious patronage of His Excellency, The Ambassador of Italy, Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata, The Opera Camerata of Washington presents Rigoletto on Saturday, May 21 in the Chancery of the Embassy of Italy. The performance commemorates the 150th Anniversary of Italy’s Unification and will be coupled with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a [...]
Tom Wesselmann Draws will be on view at The Kreeger Museum from April 8 through July 30, 2011.
In the 1960s, Tom Wesselmann was one of the key figures in the Pop Art Movement along with Andy Warhol, Roy Lichenstein, James Rosenquist and Robert Indiana. He was a brilliant colorist, superior draftsman and innovator [...]
As wickedly hilarious today as when it first shocked audiences, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is an ingeniously funny play that packs a heck of a punch. What starts as verbal sparring at an impromptu cocktail party, devolves into a no-holds-barred of wits and wills. With brilliant writing and some the greatest characters ever [...]
Escape into the exciting world of pirates on the Arabian seas with The Washington Ballet’s production of Anna-Marie Holmes’ Emmy Award Winning Le Corsaire (The Pirate). Holmes re-creates Marius Petipa’s 19th century internationally-renowned piece of classical répétiteur. Le Corsair tells the story of two lovers, Conrad and Medora, the evil Seyd Pasha, and a [...]
The old adage says, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Pink Jams! and Shoot for Change are proud to present a very special photo exhibit celebrating the courage, hope, love and loss of women and families who have battled breast cancer. Please join them on Tuesday, April 19 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm [...]
Habatat Gallery in Tysons Corner is a great place to stop for a wonderful cup of coffee and to marvel at some of the coolest contemporary art in the area! I absolutely love this gallery and its owners. Habatat opened in 2007 and is currently operated by 2nd generation family members, Lindsey and Jay [...]