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The Baltimore Waltz  
Rep Stage - Horowitz Center The Baltimore Waltz
Vogel’s fantastical farce traces the European odyssey of sister and brother, Anna and Carl, in search of romance and a cure for her terminal illness, the fictitious ATD (Acquired Toilet Disease) she contracted by using the bathrooms at the elementary school where she teaches. Critically acclaimed by the New York Times as “a crazy-quilt patchwork of hyperventilating language, erotic jokes, movie kitsch that spins before the audience in Viennese waltz time, replete with a dizzying fall," Rep Stage presents this Obie Award-winning play during the 25th anniversary year of the original workshop production.
Capitol Steps  
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center Capitol Steps
The Capitol Steps put the MOCK in Democracy every Friday and Saturday night in Washington, DC at their home at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center (1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW). With their unique blend of musical and political comedy, no person in power is safe as the Capitol Steps skewer everyone whom you voted for!
Keegan Theatre Dogfight
It’s November 21, 1963. On the eve of their deployment to a small but growing conflict in Southeast Asia, three young Marines set out for one final boys’ night of debauchery, partying and maybe a little trouble. But when Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets Rose, an awkward and idealistic waitress he enlists to win a cruel bet with his fellow recruits, she rewrites the rules of the game and teaches him the power of love and compassion.
The Fix  
Signature Theatre The Fix
When a popular presidential candidate dies in his mistress’s arms, his ambitious wife, Violet, immediately declares that if she can’t be the wife of the president, then she’ll be the mother of the president – and thrusts their lackluster son Cal into the spotlight in Dempsey and Rowe’s outrageous musical comedy The Fix. With a rock-laced, eclectic score and scandalous lyrics, the team behind The Witches of Eastwick and Brother Russia skewers the American bureaucratic machine. It’s The Manchurian Candidate meets Caligula, with a voice uniquely its own; The Fix is a darkly brilliant, over-the-top, audaciously fun ride through the shenanigans of political elections.
Harold Night  
Washington Improv Theater at Source Harold Night
Harold Night is WIT's weekly homage to the world-famous longform improv format: the Harold. It all starts with an audience suggestion. From there, WIT’s five Harold teams create unique worlds full of vibrant characters right before your eyes.
Hay Fever  
Olney Theatre Center Hay Fever
Hoping for a quiet weekend in the country with some guests, David Bliss, a novelist, and his wife Judith, a “retired” actress, find that an impossible dream when their high-spirited children Simon and Sorel appear with guests of their own. A house full of comedy waits to be ignited as misunderstandings mount and tempers flare. With Judith’s new flame and David’s newest literary “inspiration” keeping company as the children follow suit, the Bliss family lives up to its name as the ‘quiet weekend’ comes to an exhausting and hilarious finale worthy of the best classic farce.
The Importance of Being Earnest  
Atlas Performing Arts Center The Importance of Being Earnest
bachelors each attempt to come across as very earnest -- while masquerading as guys named Ernest -- as they set out to win their well-dowried ladies' hearts. Naturally, their misguided plan goes hilariously awry. Oscar Wilde's enduring 1895 satire is a comically sly romp through Victorian society, filled with one-liners and double entendres that continue to pack a mighty punch to this day. Revived numerous times on Broadway -- most recently in 2011 -- The Importance of Being Earnest was also adapted into a 2002 film starring Oscar winners Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth. Go Wilde with this Scena production at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, DC.
Into the Woods  
Toby's Dinner Theatre - Columbia Into the Woods
James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim take everyone's favorite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless yet relevant piece and rare modern classic. The TONY Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching. The story follows a Baker and his wife who wish to have a child, Cinderella who wishes to attend the King's Festival, and Jack who wishes his cow would give milk. When the Baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a Witch's curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse. Everyone's wish is granted, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them later with disastrous results.
Kiss Me, Kate  
NextStop Theatre Company at Industrial Strength Theatre Kiss Me, Kate
Witness the backstage antics of a production of Cole Porter’s jazzy musical comedy about a divorced couple staging an outlandish musical version of “Taming of the Shrew”. Porter classics “I Hate Men”, “Always True To You”, “Too Darn Hot”, and the insidious earworm “Wunderbar” may cause humming and jubilation. WARNING: Beware of notorious musical theatre gangsters in Shakespearean garb.
Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament  
Medieval Times - Baltimore Castle Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament
Medieval Times is an exciting, family-friendly dinner attraction inspired by an 11th century feast and tournament. Guests are served a four-course banquet and cheer for one of six knights as they compete in the joust and other tests of skill. At Medieval Times expect lots of jousting, swordsmanship, thrilling hand-to-hand combat, and displays of extraordinary horsemanship as part of an exciting story set in Medieval Spain.
Night Falls on the Blue Planet  
Theater Alliance at Anacostia Playhouse Night Falls on the Blue Planet
Renee has had a rough couple of years. Screw that: a rough life, shaped by alcoholism and estrangement. All that changes when she gets a massage and discovers that her body is a world unto itself. With help from her younger sister she starts to map and explore a lifetime of trauma: but is she healing, or is she vanishing into her own world? Will her exploration heal her relationship with her older sister, or widen their divide? Developed as part of Theater Alliance’s Hothouse New Play Reading Series, and presented as part of the Women's Voices Theater Festival, this wholly original work presents a woman’s complex and unexpected journey to herself.
One in the Chamber  
Forum Theatre at Flashpoint One in the Chamber
Six years ago, a 10-year old boy accidentally shot and killed his 9-year old brother after his mom left a loaded gun in the couch cushion. Now, six years later, the court appointed social worker has come over for a home visit to determine if the now 16-year old boy should be let off of parole early. The social worker, Jennifer interviews the family's children Kaylee, Adam, Ruthie and the parents Charles and Helen. The play echoes themes of Ordinary People and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
The Oregon Trail  
Flying V at Writer's Center The Oregon Trail
The Oregon Trail is about two girls named Jane. One is a Middle Schooler sitting in a familiar 90s computer lab, experiencing boys and body odor for the first time, playing the seminal computer game of our childhood: The Oregon Trail. The other actually lives inside the game, living life on the trail, moving across the country after the death of her mother towards a new life in Oregon. Both dealing with an ineffable sadness, a feeling like their choices are not their own. The game itself pushes them inexorably through time, like a digital god - Present Jane deals with apathy, unemployment, and daytime television. Past Jane deals with dysentary, dead oxen, and whether or not to ford the river. Can either claim a life worth living before the game is over? A wry millenial look at nostalgia, growing older, and a sadness that carries across generations.
The Shape of Things  
Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) The Shape of Things
Adam and Eve make their way out of the Garden of Eden and into an American college campus in the '90s. The Shape of Things comes to life on Frederick's Maryland Ensemble Theatre with a modern retelling of the biblical story of Adam's seduction by Eve. When Adam meets Evelyn, his world is literally changed forever. As the two engage in an intense love affair, Adam goes to extraordinary and unimaginable lengths to change his appearance and character. However, Evelyn harbors an ulterior motive concerning Adam's drive to shape himself into the image of perfection. The Shape of Things explores the complexities of manipulation, love and art within human relationships in this edgy comedy-drama.
Shear Madness  
The Kennedy Center Shear Madness
"Shear Madness" is one of the most popular entertainments in the world, delighting audiences night after night with its unique blend of madcap improvisation and spine-tickling mystery. This unique comedy-whodunit takes place today in the "Shear Madness" hairstyling salon and is chock full of up-to-the-minute spontaneous humor. During the course of the action, a murder is committed and the audience gets to spot the clues, question the suspects, and solve the funniest mystery in the annals of crime.The outcome is never the same, which is why many audience members return again and again to the scene of the mayhem.
Summer Cabaret Series  
ArtSpace Falls Church Summer Cabaret Series
Join Creative Cauldron for a scintillating series of cabaret performances by some of the Washington DC metropolitan areas most talented musical theater artists.
Truth and Beauty Bombs: A Softer World  
Rorschach Theatre at Atlas Performing Arts Center Truth and Beauty Bombs: A Softer World
Somewhere, not far from here, there’s a place where we can touch the clouds and all the monsters are real. Based on Emily Horne and Joey Comeau’s web comic, this softer world explodes with brutal honesty and dark wit.

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