As Washingtonians begin to return from vacation and the city begins to gear up for fall, Catalogue nonprofits are back with amazing events across our region. This week features some amazing performances, sure to inspire and connect you to local nonprofits! We hope to see you there!
Friday, August 21, 2015
Atlas Performing Arts Center
A live musical journey through hip hop’s many intersections! There’s no better audience than a LINER NOTES audience! In August we’ll be sharing our greatest hits more than two hours of your favorite jams from our two-year season. If you’ve never seen a LINER NOTES show then this is the one to catch! B-Fly Entertainment specializes in productions of all art mediums that speak to a multi-faceted hip hop generation. Inspired by artistic collaborations and created in the spirit of B-girls, B-FLY seeks to elevate hip hop within the art community.
Saturday, August 22, 2015
This summer, some of our teens learned about Theatre of the Oppressed, a technique that uses theatre as means of promoting social and political change. Through this project, they chose a topic and wrote their own dramatic pieces. Join us on Saturday, August 22nd, as we see these pieces performed, in their entirety, for the first time. The topic is serious; the teens’ effort, sincere. Recommended for ages 13 and up. Total running time, 90 minutes.
Joy of Motion Dance Center
The Studio to Stage Performance Class Series is a unique opportunity for students in our Adult Dance Program to participate in the creative process, learn choreography, and experience the thrill of performing. Each performance class culminates in a performance at select professional venues throughout the community.
When: Sat Aug 22 2015 (8:30 PM – 10:00 PM)
Where: Jack Guidone Theatre @ JOMDC Friendship Heights, 5207 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20015
Fee? yes $13-15
Contact: Chelsea Cranshaw, (202) 813-9505