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Quidam brings all sorts of circus tricks to the Verizon Center this week.
Cirque du Soleil
Quidam brings all sorts of circus tricks to the Verizon Center this week.

(Nov. 15-Dec. 11) Signature’s Second Chance
Arlington’s Signature Theatre has A Second Chance beginning today. Two savvy, art-loving New Yorkers - one recently divorced and the other a recent widower - find love against all odds in the new musical.

(Nov. 15-Jan. 15) Treasure from Jingdezhen
If you’re a lover of Chinese art you’ll want to check out CHINA Town at the Meridian International Center in Northwest Washington through mid-January. The exhibition features contemporary ceramic painting from Jingdezhen, which is also known as China’s “Porcelain Capital” for the role it has played in the evolution of ceramic arts for nearly 2000 years.

(Nov. 16-20) Cirque du Quidam
Chinese yo-yos, German acrobatics, Spanish aerial maneuvers and countless other circus tricks arrive at the Verizon Center tomorrow for Cirque du Soleil’s Quidam. A young girl dreams up a fantasy world to escape her quotidian existence in the surrealist-inspired production.

Music: “Wood” by Rostam

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