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Nothing beats the feeling of watching the curtains rise on live theatre! From Shakespeare to opera, ballet to musical theatre, classic productions to new and exciting works, theatre allows us to engage with the full range of the human experience – it tells stories to thrill, enlighten, terrify, amuse… Drama! Comedy! Tragedy! Improvisation! It can all be found on the stage. Not to mention children’s theatre for the little ones in your life! With over 10,000 events listed, you can guarantee that there’s a theatre show for you, whatever your taste. Whether you live your best life basking in the glittering lights of Las Vegas or up-close-and-personal at an Off-Broadway show, we aim to cater to your desires. If you’re a keen traveler, why not visit one of the world’s most famous theatres? Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre, Venice’s Teatro la Fenice, Madrid’s Teatro Real de Madrid, New York’s Metropolitan Opera House in Lincoln House, Vienna’s Wiener Staasoper, Buenos Aries’ Teatro Colon. From Cirque du Soleil to A-list stars of the stage, you can be in the audience watching the absolute crème de la crème of their craft and all at an affordable price!

LOCAL EVENTS

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Feb07
Something Rotten

Tuesday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb07
Sunset Boulevard

Tuesday - 7:00PM - Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb07
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Tuesday - 7:30PM - Kennedy Center Opera House - Washington, DC

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Feb07
Ride The Cyclone

Tuesday - 7:30PM - Kreeger Theatre at the Mead Center for American Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb07
Menopause - The Musical

Tuesday - 7:30PM - Lyric Opera House - MD - Baltimore, MD

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Feb07
Les Miserables

Tuesday - 8:00PM - Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC - Baltimore, MD

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Feb07
Shear Madness

Tuesday - 8:00PM - Kennedy Center Theatre Lab - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Something Rotten

Wednesday - 10:30AM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb08
Sunset Boulevard

Wednesday - 2:00PM - Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Something Rotten

Wednesday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb08
Ride The Cyclone

Wednesday - 7:30PM - Kreeger Theatre at the Mead Center for American Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Wednesday - 7:30PM - Kennedy Center Opera House - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Shear Madness

Wednesday - 8:00PM - Kennedy Center Theatre Lab - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Les Miserables

Wednesday - 8:00PM - Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC - Baltimore, MD

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Feb09
Something Rotten

Thursday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb09
Matt Rife

Thursday - 7:30PM - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Thursday - 7:30PM - Kennedy Center Opera House - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Comedian CP

Thursday - 7:30PM - DC Improv - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Ride The Cyclone

Thursday - 8:00PM - Kreeger Theatre at the Mead Center for American Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Shear Madness

Thursday - 8:00PM - Kennedy Center Theatre Lab - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Les Miserables

Thursday - 8:00PM - Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC - Baltimore, MD

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Feb09
Matt Rife

Thursday - 9:45PM - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

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Feb10
Something Rotten

Friday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb10
Matt Rife

Friday - 7:00PM - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

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Feb10
Jerry Seinfeld

Friday - 7:00PM - The Anthem - D.C. - Washington, DC

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NATIONAL EVENTS

Feb07
Something Rotten

Tuesday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb07
Sunset Boulevard

Tuesday - 7:00PM - Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb07
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Tuesday - 7:30PM - Kennedy Center Opera House - Washington, DC

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Feb07
Ride The Cyclone

Tuesday - 7:30PM - Kreeger Theatre at the Mead Center for American Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb07
Menopause - The Musical

Tuesday - 7:30PM - Lyric Opera House - MD - Baltimore, MD

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Feb07
Les Miserables

Tuesday - 8:00PM - Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC - Baltimore, MD

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Feb07
Shear Madness

Tuesday - 8:00PM - Kennedy Center Theatre Lab - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Something Rotten

Wednesday - 10:30AM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb08
Sunset Boulevard

Wednesday - 2:00PM - Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Something Rotten

Wednesday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

BUY TICKETS
Feb08
Ride The Cyclone

Wednesday - 7:30PM - Kreeger Theatre at the Mead Center for American Theater - Washington, DC

BUY TICKETS
Feb08
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Wednesday - 7:30PM - Kennedy Center Opera House - Washington, DC

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Feb08
Shear Madness

Wednesday - 8:00PM - Kennedy Center Theatre Lab - Washington, DC

BUY TICKETS
Feb08
Les Miserables

Wednesday - 8:00PM - Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC - Baltimore, MD

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Feb09
Something Rotten

Thursday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

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Feb09
Matt Rife

Thursday - 7:30PM - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Thursday - 7:30PM - Kennedy Center Opera House - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Comedian CP

Thursday - 7:30PM - DC Improv - Washington, DC

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Feb09
Ride The Cyclone

Thursday - 8:00PM - Kreeger Theatre at the Mead Center for American Theater - Washington, DC

BUY TICKETS
Feb09
Shear Madness

Thursday - 8:00PM - Kennedy Center Theatre Lab - Washington, DC

BUY TICKETS
Feb09
Les Miserables

Thursday - 8:00PM - Hippodrome Theatre At The France-Merrick PAC - Baltimore, MD

BUY TICKETS
Feb09
Matt Rife

Thursday - 9:45PM - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

BUY TICKETS
Feb10
Something Rotten

Friday - 6:00PM - Toby's Dinner Theatre - MD - Columbia, MD

BUY TICKETS
Feb10
Matt Rife

Friday - 7:00PM - The Comedy Loft of DC - Washington, DC

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Feb10
Jerry Seinfeld

Friday - 7:00PM - The Anthem - D.C. - Washington, DC

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LIVE THEATRE

BROADWAY

Western theatre was born in Ancient Greece and evolved from sacred rituals and religious festivals around the 6th century BCE. It is said that the Greek poet, actor, and playwright Thespis invented dramas and tragedies around this time with the use of a single actor wearing several masks to play multiple characters who interacted with the chorus, or dithyramb. Between them, they began a dialogue, which allowed for more complex themes and modes of storytelling to develop. These tragedies became an annual tradition with playwrights evolving the format over the years - Aeschylus introduced a second actor to the drama and Sophocles a third. From here, comedy and satire joined tragedy as dramatic traditions. Romans, on the other hand, favored mime and their early mime shows are potentially the forerunners of pantomime and the commedia dell'arte of the Italian Renaissance. In time, the Christian church became powerful in Europe and set about both suppressing the performance of plays and creating their own style of plays – the mystery play, the miracle play, and the morality. These plays became the basis of medieval drama and all featured elements of scripture or allegory. Initially, they were performed by religious performers, but they later became secularized when they were put on by trade guilds or professional actors.

The renaissance period birthed a more romantic form of drama, with tragicomedies becoming popular and subjects diverging from religion. During this period, opera flourished and Shakespeare triumphed. It is an era marked by sensationalism, spectacle, and wit. Fashions changed, as they often do, and in the passing centuries excess and romance were followed by puritanism and skepticism, flights of fancy were replaced by realism, and back again, depending on the tastes of the time. In the late 15th century, European theatrical styles spread to the New World and evolved there too. Innovation led to variation and now theatre is as diverse as its audiences!