Monday, March 11
Shakespeare Theatre Company Family Week: The STC's annual family week offers free or low-cost performances all week. Younger audiences will enjoy "The Tiny Tempest" and "A Mini-Summer Night’s Dream," both adapted for audiences ages preschool to 5 years old. There are also hour-long crafting experiences each night this week based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter Pan, clowns in general and music. Tickets range from free to $10.
Tuesday, March 12
Sundance Institute: A Lebanese woman follows a daily routine of jogging to keep herself safe from obesity, bone diseases, and anxiety, creating a connection between her intimate personal space and the city. The show is conceived and performed by Hanane Hajj Ali, winner of the Vertebrae Prize for Best Actor at the 2017 Edinburgh Theatre Festival. Tickets are $15.
Wednesday, March 13
Yappy Hour: The Pitango in dams Morgan has partnered with City Dogs Rescue & City Kitties for a special canine adoption event/ yappy hour. Sip on an Aperol Spritz, snack on some gelato and meet some of DC's most eligible pooches. If you happen to, adopt a dog during Yappy Hour, you'll receive a year's worth of free gelato! Free to attend.
Yoga in Luce: Bring your mat and relax with this Vinyasa yoga and art appreciation class. Participants will be invited to reflect on an artwork of their choosing before a credentialed instructor from Flow Yoga Center leads a one hour, all levels class inside the Smithsonian American Art Museum's Luce Foundation Center. $10.
Free Spin Class: Good Sweat, an indoor cycling studio, is opening in Rosslyn this spring, and they are giving you a taste of their classes with a free pop-up class at N. Moore Street. You don't need experience or spin shoes. Just show up!
Thursday, March 14
Evenings at the Edge Wonder Women: Who runs the world? Girls! Evenings at the Edge returns with a tribute to the trailblazing women who have created and inspired masterpieces of art from the last century. Discover their stories with pop-up talks, craft your own fierce female superhero, and get into formation with performances from the internationally renowned, all-female tap sensation Syncopated Ladies. Free to attend.
Andrew Rannells In Conversation with David Litt: The actor who played Elder Price in “The Book of Mormon” and Elijah Krantz in HBO’s “Girls”will be here in D.C. to chat about his new memoir, "Too Much is Not Enough: A Memoir of Fumbling Toward Adulthood." He'll share every awkward experience on his journey from Omaha to NYC at 19, his first big break on Broadway, his first really bad highlights, his favorite behind the curtains romance, and how he recovered from the loss of his father. Tickets are $20.