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Let someone else do the drama and prancing for once.
The best place to see opera in the city. If you need another reason, you can say you were in a Foggy Bottom (the neighborhood’s name).
A great little theater, especially if you love musicals. It has an intimate feel due to its size and the fully local casting.
Maybe a gem in its day, this quaint theater is starting to show its age. Understand that its history is part of the experience and you’ll be fine.
It combined the National Chamber Orchestra and Masterworks Chorus into a new powerhouse of musical performance.
It would do thee well to head to Folger Theatre if you’re a Shakespearean buff.
The mainstay for seeing Shakespeare in Washington. Just note they two theaters; make sure you’re at the right one.
Not the highest acclaimed orchestra in the area, the NSO still warrants some attention based on the performance schedule.
A series of candlelight concerts take place in the hall of the intimate Dumbarton Church.
This jazz and blues club is the real deal. In an intimate setting you can go from classic jazz to neo-Soul all over a Creole supper.
Come see some of the best of American theater before it becomes nationally popular.
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