Join comedian, actor, writer, and Oscar®-winning film producer Steven Wright as he takes the stage for an evening of laughs. Named one of Comedy Central’s 100 greatest stand-up comedians, Wright’s career has taken him from appearances on “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show,” and “Letterman” to albums, film, and stand-up specials. With a bevy of credits to his name, this funnyman is known for his distinctly lethargic voice and slow, deadpan delivery that makes his routine unlike any other you’ve seen.
Join thirty-five of D.C.’s best musicians as they recreate the timeless sound of The Band’s legendary 1976 farewell concert. Back on the Weinberg stage by popular demand, this rockin’ tribute features not only the music of The Band, but many of their extraordinary guests, including Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, and more. Performers will include Bob Margolin (who appeared alongside Muddy Waters at the original concert), Tom Principato, Julia Nixon, and other area favorites.
Just announced! Cultural and civic icon Jerry Springer will host this engagement of The Price Is Right Live™ …will we see you there?
The Price Is Right Live™ is the hit interactive stage show that gives eligible individuals the chance to “come on down!” Play classic games from television’s longest-running and most popular game show, from Plinko™ to Cliffhangers™, The Big Wheel™, and even the fabulous Showcase. Prizes may include appliances, vacations, and possibly a new car! If you’re a fan of The Price Is Right™, there’s no doubt you’ll love this exciting, on stage extravaganza.
Push the button, Frank! Join “Mystery Science Theater 3000” madmen Frank Conniff and Trace Beaulieu as they screen some of the worst movies ever made, with live comedic riffing in the style of their Peabody award-winning TV series. Pop in for one movie or make it a double-feature — then stick around for a free meet-and-greet following the shows.
“Consistently funny and occasionally breathtaking.” –Dallas Morning News
Back by popular demand, the stars of the Emmy®-nominated “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” present an evening of extraordinary improv comedy. Using audience contributions to create hilarious and original scenes, don’t miss this side-splitting live version of the hit television gameshow.
“One of the finest shows I’ve ever seen!” -KGO Radio
From the birth of rock ‘n roll in the 1940s to the glory years of the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s, all the way through ‘80s MTV, composer/lyricist Neil Berg pays tribute to the fascinating stories and groundbreaking music of everyone’s favorite genre. With a cast of Broadway headliners and rock ‘n roll icons, this star-studded show pays tribute to five decades of legends, from Chuck Berry and Elvis Presley to The Who, Aerosmith, Springsteen, Journey, and more.
Breakout Americana duo Mandolin Orange strikes a new chord in celebration of their latest album, “Blindfaller.” Laced with bluegrass, country, and folk, their soaring original harmonies are delighting sold-out audiences nationwide. With stirring lyrics about the passage of time and life on the road, this talented pair returns to Frederick with a refined-yet-rustic sound NPR calls “effortless and beautiful.”
Experience Pink Floyd’s bold concept album “The Wall,” performed note for note, cut for cut… live on stage. Recreating the beauty and depth of emotion in hit songs like “Comfortably Numb” and “Nobody Home,” celebrate the anthem of a generation in this unique concert event. Don’t miss a nostalgic rock ‘n roll recital by the group the Toronto Sun calls “thrilling!”
“…as good as popping Meet the Beatles on my turntable for the first time!” –Time Magazine
Back by popular demand, celebrate the best of the 1960s with this musical tour de force! Featuring four stars from the original Broadway cast of “Jersey Boys,” this concert event combines authentic choreography and costumes with a lineup of nostalgic favorites, from The Beatles to Motown. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind performance from the group the NY Daily News says “sounds as crisp as their Rat Pack-inspired suits!”
On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated outside room 306 of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. What happened inside room 306 the night before is a mystery. Rife with humor and political jabs, The Mountaintop explores what may have transpired in those overnight hours between M.L.K. Jr. and a seemingly inconsequential hotel maid. Now, 50 years after his death, glimpse the human side of a civil rights legend in this Olivier Award winner for Best New Play, presented in a unique radio-theater style.