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101 Dalmatians  
Imagination Stage 101 Dalmatians
When Mr. and Mrs. Dearly welcome a new litter of Dalmatians to their 1950s London home, Cruella de-Vil is quick to plot their kidnap. Loving puppy parents Pongo and Missis discover their location, and set out on a harrowing adventure through the countryside to rescue their puppies. With the help of several friendly dogs along the way, the family reunites on Christmas Day, and Cruella is defeated. But will the Dearlys take in all 101 dalmatians?
The British Players at Kensington Town Hall Aladdin
Ridiculously funny, riotously colorful and starring your favorite storybook characters, pantomime theater might be the best holiday import from England since plum pudding. Now The British Players bring you Aladdin, an authentic (and hilarious) "panto." However, if you think you know the story of Aladdin, think again. Great songs, riotously bad jokes, dastardly villains and slapstick-aplenty transform this classic from Arabian Nights into a silly and satisfactory night of theater for all ages. Start a new family tradition for the holidays, British-style.
Bad Jews  
The Studio Theatre Bad Jews
It's a battle royale of the family kind -- the Jewish family kind. The night after their Holocaust survivor grandfather's funeral, three cousins battle it out over an heirloom -- a necklace of a chai, the Hebrew word and symbol for life -- that saw Poppy through a concentration camp and into his new life in America. In one corner is Daphna: volatile, self-assured, unbending. In the other, Liam: secular, entitled and just as stubborn (toting a goyishe girlfriend to boot). And in the middle, Liam's brother Jonah, who tries futilely to stay out of the fray. This savage comedy about identity, family and legacy was the hottest show in New York City last year. Jewish or not, you're sure to see your own family in the midst of all the comic mayhem.
Beauty and the Beast  
Synetic Theater Beauty and the Beast
Cunis and adapted by Ben and Peter Cunis (The Three Musketeers, Genesis Reboot), Synetic nimble actors and innovative theatrical effects will recreate the darkness and sensuality of the original French fairytale. Synetic will transform this classic gothic romance into a visual dream full of wonder and mystery.
Black Nativity  
Theater Alliance at Anacostia Playhouse Black Nativity
This Christmas classic returns to Theater Alliance with a fresh voice. Langston Hughes chronicles and celebrates the birth of Jesus, while also celebrating the birth of Blackness. This classic story told through gospel, blues, funk, jazz, and dance asks you to look inward and find the wonder in life.
Broadway Christmas Carol  
MetroStage Broadway Christmas Carol
A Broadway Christmas Carol, created by Kathy Feininger, is a delicious cross between the classic Dickens’ tale and uproarious song parodies of favorite, familiar Broadway show tunes. This will be the fifth season, and it has become a holiday tradition at MetroStage.
Compass Rose Studio Theater Cats
The second longest running play in Broadway history, and one of the plays which revolutionized American musical theater. Based on the poem Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T.S. Eliot, a playful examination of the nature of cats. Dance, music, and memories - and of course, lots of cats!
A Christmas Carol  
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens’ delightful holiday tale of redemption warms the heart with a Charm City twist. Our adaptation is set in Baltimore’s 19th-century business district. Miserly Scrooge will learn the true meaning of Christmas through his visits with Baltimore ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. Make A Christmas Carol your new Baltimore family tradition! Adapted and directed by Founding Artistic Director Ian Gallanar.
A Christmas Carol  
Ford's Theatre A Christmas Carol
The annual Ford’s Theatre production of A Christmas Carol has been a Washington tradition for more than 30 years. Join the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future as they lead the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge on a journey of transformation and redemption. Originally conceived by Michael Baron, this music-infused production captures the magic and joy of Dickens’s Yuletide classic. Celebrated Washington stage actor Edward Gero returns to play Scrooge in the production The Washington Posthailed as “musically high-spirited” and “infectiously jolly.”
A Christmas Carol  
Olney Theatre Center A Christmas Carol
Veteran D.C.-area actor Paul Morella (The Pelican Brief, The District, The Wire) presents a fresh spin on Charles Dickens' beloved holiday tale in his one-man stage adaptation of A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas. Adapted from Dickens' original novella and reading tour, Morella's solo version transports you back to Victorian England and into the heart of this classic morality tale. Experience the unforgettable characters and vivid imagery as Charles Dickens originally intended -- in his own words -- and rediscover this timeless classic presented as a masterful solo performance.This critically acclaimed production has become a holiday must-see.
A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas  
Olney Theatre Center A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas
Olney Theatre Center favorite Paul Morella returns to bring this unique and memorable version of A Christmas Carol to life this holiday season. Using only the words from Charles Dickens’ novella, Morella’s solo version will transport you back to Victorian England and into the heart of this classic morality tale. This Christmas narrative has never been more compassionate, intimate or heartwarming. Many performances sold out last season, so reserve early!
Everyman Theatre Deathtrap
World-famous thriller playwright Sidney Bruhl is suffering from a chronic case of writers' block. When one of his former students shows up at his doorstep with what might be the next Broadway hit, Sidney and his wife concoct a deadly plan to make the manuscript their own. Holding the record for the longest running comedy-thriller on Broadway, Deathtrap is filled with twists and turns in a series of thrilling events that will keep you guessing on the edge of your seat until the very moment!
Signature Theatre Diner
Nine-time Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow and Oscar-winning screenwriter Barry Levinson (The Natural, Rain Man) make their highly anticipated theatrical debut with this world premiere musical adaptation of Levinson's landmark movie Diner. Tony-winning director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall joins Crow and Levinson to transform Diner's groundbreaking exploration of burgeoning adulthood and friendship for the modern stage. Set during Christmas of '59 in Baltimore, and infused with a swinging 1950s rock 'n' roll sound, the show centers around a circle of childhood friends who reunite in an all-night diner. The men, now in their early 20s, confront the realities of adulthood: marriage, careers, money -- and the ever-mysterious opposite sex.
Disney's The Little Mermaid  
Olney Theatre Center Disney's The Little Mermaid
In a magical underwater kingdom, the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home – and her fins – behind and live in the world above. But first she’ll have to defy her father King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula, and convince the handsome Prince Eric that she’s the girl whose enchanting voice he’s been seeking.
Famous Puppet Death Scenes  
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Famous Puppet Death Scenes
With Famous Puppet Death Scenes, the Old Trout Puppet Workshop aims to cure your fear of death using a little levity. No more anxiety about difficult choices, no more dreading birthdays, no more desperate pleas for immortality through fame, art, or progeny. Instead of lamenting the inevitable, the show injects a few laughs. Curated and narrated by puppet Nathaniel Tweak, the production is a collection of 22 infamous and theatrical end-of-life sequences -- ranging from an ill-fated bonk on the head to a sci-fi cryogenic freezing snafu. Performed by one of Canada's most treasured theatrical troupes, this thoroughly Woolly holiday extravaganza brings mirth to mortality.
Fiddler on the Roof  
Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater Fiddler on the Roof
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of an American classic as Tony nominee Jonathan Hadary (Gypsy, Spamalot) makes his Arena Stage debut as Tevye, a humble Jewish dairyman who's tested daily by his five tradition-defying daughters. But when dangerous forces threaten the village's way of life, Teyve's faith and love for his family give him strength to fight for his home and the traditions of his people. Winner of nine Tony Awards, this celebration of family, community and life's unexpected miracles is filled with unforgettable songs, including "If I Were a Rich Man," "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" and "Sunrise, Sunset."
Five Guys Named Moe  
Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater Five Guys Named Moe
Need to chase the blues away? Pull up a seat at the Funky Butt Club to celebrate the fresh, feel-good music of “The King of the Jukebox” Louis Jordan. Suffering from a severe case of the blues, a young man gets the surprise of his life when “the greatest band around” pops out of his radio to cure what ails him. With joyful swing and bouncing be-bop tunes like “Let the Good Times Roll,” “Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby” and “Choo Choo Ch’Boogie,” you’ll be leaping out of your seat and dancing in the aisles with Big Moe, Four-Eyed Moe, Eat Moe, No Moe and Little Moe, better known as Five Guys Named Moe!

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