THEATRE CLOSINGS TODAY/WHO’S OPEN

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Here are THEATRE CLOSINGS-Updated 7:40 PM

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2nd Star Productions-Funny Money.

Adventure Theatre MTC-Miss Nelson is Missing.

Arena Stage: Mother Courage and Her Children
and The Tallest Tree in the Forest.

 Baltimore Annex Theatre at the Chicken Box-Golden Spike.

CENTERSTAGE-Stones in his Pockets.

Constellation Theatre Company-Scapin.

The Flying Muskrat Theatre Company-Love Letters.

Folger-Richard III.

Ford’s Theatre-Violet.

GALA Hispanic Theatre-The Young Lady from Tacna.

Imagination Stage-Rumpelstiltskin.

Keegan-The Best Man.

The Kennedy Center- all events. 

The Little Theatre of Alexandria-Ragtime.

MetroStage-Ella.

NextStop Theatre Company-Richard III.

Olney Theatre Center-How to Succeed in Business…

The Puppet Company-Sleeping Beauty.

Rep Stage-The Piano Teacher.

Reston Community Players-Les Miserables.

Rorschach Theatre Company-Glassheart.

Round House Theatre-Seminar.

Signature Theatre-Our Funny Valentine-Winter Cabaret.

Spooky Action Theater-The Wedding Dress.

Studio Theatre-Tribes.

Synetic Theatre-12th Night.

Theater J-Yellow Face.

Toby’s Dinner Theatre-Monty Python’s Spamalot.

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WHO’S OPEN –Updated 10:04 PM

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

We Are Proud to Present.. will go on as scheduled at 8pm.

Woolly is offering a limited number of $15 tickets to the show as well. They can be purchased online (http://bit.ly/LLYhva) with the code “SNOW DAY”

 

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