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Two Weeks Until the Rest of My Life is a story about making hard choices between career and true love. The play is based on the novel, Two Weeks Until the Rest of My Life written by Harold T. Fisher, host of WHUR-FM’s The Daily Drum. It is adapted for the stage by Paulette D. Harris, Artistic Director for the Paul Robeson Theatre (PRT) in Buffalo, NY and directed by Buffalo’s PRT theatrical staple, Mary Craig.
City Dance Dream Early Arts presents Move the City! Where the art of movement meets creative action. Free and open to the public.
Love is a powerful emotion that symbolizes strength, patience, positivity, and virtue. The Corcoran Association of Photojournalists wanted to explore the idea of love through photography. Come view the photographs taken by THEARC members, staff and friends in this exhibit entitled Framing Love.
Expressions 2013 celebrates and exhibits artwork created by students participating in ArtReach in school and after school. Join in for live performances, refreshments, and the unveiling of the Corcoran Community Portrait Exchange.
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
Play inspired by Rachel Isadora's re-telling of the Grim's fairytale. Night after night, twelve princesses mysteriously ruin their shoes and no one knows how. A great reward is promised to any man who can solve the mystery! Come out and enjoy this great family play.
D.C. Black Theater Festival presents: For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is not Enuf
Written by: Ntozake Shange
Directed by: Zuhairah McGill
On Wednesday, June 5, DC Jazz Festival is delighted to bring Jazz Meets Hip Hop Student Concert and Interactive Workshop: THE W.E.S GROUP Hip Hop & Jazz Project to THEARC at 10:30am. Admission is free, but registration is required. Please click here to learn more.