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The Washington Ballet Presents: Peter and the Wolf

Date: 
Saturday, May 18, 2013 - Sunday, May 19, 2013
Location: 
THEARC Theater
The Washington Ballet Presents:  Peter and the Wolf

Against his grandfather’s wishes, brave Peter sets out to capture a wolf.  Along the way he encounters some animal friends and becomes the hero of his village.  Based on a popular Russian children’s story and set to Prokofiev’s world-famous score, this captivating ballet performed by The Washington Ballet Studio Company will delight audiences of all ages. Four performances ONLY at THEARC Theater!

Choreography – Septime Webre
Music – Tchaikovsky

Event Type: 
Dance Performance
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Early childhood
Age: 
Youth
Age: 
Teen
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Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

HERITAGE PRAISE

Date: 
Sunday, February 18, 2018 - 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: 
THEARC Theater
HERITAGE PRAISE

“HERITAGE PRAISE”  

We give praise through song and through deed, but sometimes the most moving demonstrations of faith come through joyous movement. “Heritage Praise” is a celebration of faith and the power of contemporary music and dance. The Ensemble showcases their professionalism, their technical mastery and their passion in a program of faith-based contemporary dance.

 

Event Type: 
Dance Performance
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Youth
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

JUSTICE ON TRIAL: BLACK LIVES MATTER TOO THE PLAY

Date: 
Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 3:00pm
JUSTICE ON TRIAL: BLACK LIVES MATTER TOO THE PLAY

Chad Cooper presents... Justice On Trial"Black Lives Matter Too" The Play

 

Two civil rights attorneys suing the U.S. Department for reparations for African Americans are visited by time traveling African American icons from slavery and civil rights era participating in the trial as time traveling witnesses to assist the attorneys in their fight for reparations. This performance is a Black History Production.

 

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Youth
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

THEARC THEATER presents....A BI-CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION FOR FREDERICK DOUGLASS

Date: 
Saturday, March 10, 2018 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm
THEARC THEATER presents....A BI-CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION FOR FREDERICK DOUGLASS

THEARC THEATER presents....A Bi-Centennial Celebration Concert for Frederick Douglass

The afternoon will feature performances from DC Strings and a brunch services for the event. Admission is $10.00 to attend.

Event Type: 
Music Performance
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Youth
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

THE GAME CHANGER STAGEPLAY

Date: 
Sunday, April 29, 2018
Location: 
THEARC Theater
THE GAME CHANGER STAGEPLAY

Margaret P. Bean presents the Game Changer Stage Play DC.....

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Youth
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

Date: 
Saturday, March 24, 2018
BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

A great deal of American history has attempted to take the breaths away from African Americans through rape, lynching, Jim Crow laws, KKK terror, injustice and police brutality. Breathe: the Musical is the story of the Jones family, a post-slavery family of sharecroppers in the early to mid 1900's, as they seek refuge from America's violent racial climate. Supremacy has begot rape, false allegations, lynch threats, and eventually death to the family.

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

Date: 
Friday, March 23, 2018
BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

     

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

Date: 
Friday, March 16, 2018 - Sunday, March 18, 2018
BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

     

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

Date: 
Friday, March 16, 2018 - Sunday, March 18, 2018
BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

     

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid

BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

Date: 
Sunday, March 11, 2018
BREATHE: THE MUSICAL

A great deal of American history has attempted to take the breaths away from African Americans through rape, lynching, Jim Crow laws, KKK terror, injustice and police brutality. Breathe: the Musical is the story of the Jones family, a post-slavery family of sharecroppers in the early to mid 1900's, as they seek refuge from America's violent racial climate. Supremacy has begot rape, false allegations, lynch threats, and eventually death to the family.

Event Type: 
Play
Subject: 
Arts
Age: 
Teen
Age: 
Adult
Age: 
Senior
Cost: 
Paid