December 8, 2015 at 4:37 pm EDT | by WBadmin
This Week’s Arts Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels

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(Courtesy of Woolly Mammoth)

(Courtesy of Woolly Mammoth)

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

Thru Jan 3. Woolly Mammoth

For more information click HERE.

The Chicago-based Neo-Futurists return to Woolly for the 5th time with their never-the-same-twice mini-play extravaganza inspired by Dada, surrealism, and the spontaneity of late-night sketch comedy. Any given performance might contain nudity, strong language, adult content, strobe lights, and audience interaction.

(Courtesy of Choral Arts Society of Washington)

(Courtesy of Choral Arts Society of Washington)

A Choral Arts Christmas

Dec 14-24. Choral Arts Society of Washington at Kennedy Center

For more information click HERE.

A Choral Arts Christmas celebrates the holidays with a magical mix of seasonal classics, favorite sing-alongs, and popular Christmas standards. December 14th will feature the SYC Ensemble Singers (Singapore).

(Courtesy of The Smithsonian Associates at Old Presbyterian Meeting House)

(Courtesy of The Smithsonian Associates at Old Presbyterian Meeting House)

Alexandria: Where DC’s Breweries Began

Dec 13 & 18. The Smithsonian Associates at Old Presbyterian Meeting House

For more information click HERE.

Join Garrett Peck, author of Capital Beer: A Heady History of Brewing in Washington, D.C, on a walking tour through Old Town’s alleyways, archaeological finds, ice wells, warehouses, and waterfront as you explore the beverage’s local heritage and its renaissance.

(Courtesy of Washington Project for the Arts)

(Courtesy of Washington Project for the Arts)

Washington Produced Artists

Thru Dec 19. Washington Project for the Arts

For more information click HERE.

The inaugural exhibition in the new space features work by artists William Christenberry, Jim Sanborn, Joyce J. Scott and Dan Steinhilber, with a mobile public art project created by Workingman Collective, a video installation by Michelle Lisa Herman, and an opening night performance by Maida Withers Dance Construction Company.

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