You can check out a photojournalism exhibit that peeks into the past and present of a U.S. region. A physical comedy troupe presents a classic play that skips through time.
Life is hard, confusing, funny and devastating. You can see two plays that focus on characters who are just trying to figure things out.
You can shut your eyes and pretend you’re miles away with two concerts that present Eastern and Western European musical styles.
You can see two plays that focus on African-American families and history.
Think you know what “Jewish music” sounds like? The 2015 Washington Jewish Music Festival shakes off stereotypes. But first, a politically-minded poet converts a stage into a field of F-bombs.
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