December 16, 2015 at 10:52 am EDT | by Stephen Rutgers
This Week’s Arts Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels

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(Courtesy of Howard Theatre)

A Darlene Love Christmas
Dec 19. Howard Theatre.

For more info click HERE.

With a five-decade career and having been named one of the best singers of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine, Darlene Love brings her version of Christmas Cheer to the Howard Theatre, where you’ll be sure to hear Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).

(Courtesy of the Kennedy Center)

(Courtesy of the Kennedy Center)

Bright Star
Thru Jan 10. The Kennedy Center.

For more info click HERE.

From Grammy and Emmy winner Steve Martin and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Edie Brickell comes a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and ’40s.

(Courtesy of the Keegan Theater)

(Courtesy of the Keegan Theatre)

An Irish Carol
Thru Dec 31. Keegan Theatre.

For more info click HERE.

An Irish Carol follows one evening in the life of David, a wealthy pub owner who has distanced himself from others and lost touch with his own humanity in the interest of self protection and material success. But on this Christmas Eve — challenged by a voice from the past, provoked by those in this present, and faced with the reality of lonely future – David’s life may change forever.

(Courtesy of the Kennedy Center)

(Courtesy of Gallery Neptune & Brown)

Wolf Kahn – America’s Printmaker: Monotypes and Editions
Thru Jan 9. Gallery Neptune & Brown.

For more info click HERE.

Wolf Kahn has spent decades taking audiences on a journey through his America – one that blends realism and abstraction. His monotypes and editions reflect an instinctive understanding of line and an ever-evolving mastery of color and light that has gathered acclaim both in America and abroad.

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