Washington D.C. Entertainment by A to Z
Taffety Punk Theatre Company
Performs at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. The Golem, one-man adaptation of Gustav Meyrink's 1915 novel set to electronica music by Jupiter Rex May 1-18.
Small, edgy venue that brings back the spirit of rock 'n' roll. HD TVs show video clips; DJs spin hits from the 80s and 90s; funky artwork lines the walls. Decor inspired by ...
Intimate setting doubles as a daytime coffee-and-lunch spot. Wine flights, 300 by the bottle and 40 by the glass, plus dishes like watermelon and feta salad, roasted lamb. ...
Progressive theater that responds to the Jewish cultural legacy. The Hampton Years, a premiere exploring the development of two African-American artists under the tutelage of ...
Famed mixologist Todd Thrasher's latest venture, with rock-themed cocktails. Slash, Guns N' Roses and Audioslave inspire concoctions to pair with 'hangover chips' at ...
Restaurant (classic American fare) and sports bar with weekly karaoke nights, trivia nights, special happy hours, Fajita Fridays and 22 HDTVs.
Laid-back, friendly eateries with happening bar scene and nightly specials that range from half-price burgers and drafts to free wine night (when purchase two entrees).
The area's largest gay nightclub with state-of-the-art sound and video system, multiple dance floors, plush lounge and outdoor patio. Hosts energetic drag shows. Cover charge ...
Trapeze School New York
Start at ground school, then learn to knee-hang with back flip dismount, and finally fly 23 feet above the ground. Encouraging, skilled instructors. Flying trapeze classes ...
Subterranean dance club named for Brazil's avant-garde art movement. Bands and DJs alongside surreal art installations. Cocktails like Caipirinha with fresh lime, cachaca and ...
Intimate jazz space for minor legends and avant-garde musicians. Kitchen serving Ethiopian and Caribbean fare.