January 27, 2016 at 12:36 pm EST | by Stephen Rutgers
This Week’s Arts Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels

Culture Capital Hot Hits

(Courtesy of Folger)

(Courtesy of Folger Theatre)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Thru Mar 6. Folger Theatre.
For more information click HERE.
This magical comedy of tangled lovers, mischievous fairies—and a band of players to boot—is given a fresh, new staging by Aaron Posner, with DC favorites Holly Twyford as Bottom and Erin Weaver as Puck.

(Courtesy of Kennedy Center)

(Courtesy of Kennedy Center)

Comedy at the Kennedy Center: Cameron Esposito
Jan 29. Kennedy Center.
For more information click HERE.
Cameron Esposito is a fast-rising Los Angeles-based standup comic, actor, and writer who appears regularly on late night TV and in comedy festivals across the country. Her sophomore album, SAME SEX SYMBOL, was released in fall 2014, debuting at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts.

Kristin Chenoweth, gay news, Washington Blade

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Kristin Chenoweth
Jan 29. Strathmore.
For more information click HERE.
The Broadway legend, TV star, and movie queen graces the Strathmore stage with her inimitable beauty, humor, and talent. Don’t miss the star of everything wonderful from Wicked to West Wing to Glee to On the Twentieth Century.

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(Courtesy of Wolf Trap)

Gay Men’s Chorus of DC: Rock Creek Singers / Potomac Fever
Jan 30. The Barns at Wolf Trap.
For more information click HERE.
Two vocal ensembles from “one of the world’s best male choruses” delight in this “fabulously fun” (Broadway World) performance. Hear the WAMMIE-winning groups during their 35th anniversary season.

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