Photo by Dani Pierce Steuber for Street Light Circus
Aug. 5th @ 5 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and Aug. 6th @ 5 p.m.
Aerial and circus artists take audiences on a journey as they explore expectations of gender and sexual identity. Through amazing performances that will captivate and inspire, the artists demonstrate the power of accepting and embracing their true selves. Brought to you by Sweet Spot Aerial Productions.
Tickets are available at this link.
The Theresa and Jane Lang Theatre
Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H St. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
June 23rd/24th @ 8 p.m. and June 25th @ 3 p.m.
In Air(realist), veteran fliers Jayne Bernasconi and Kirsty Little use aerial feats, visual projections and metaphor to celebrate and enlighten human expression. With more than 45 years of work between them, Bernasconi and Little deliver a series of vignettes to pull out the deeper layers of time, space and altered states of mind as they soar over your heads to contemplate the artistry of an Air(realist). Tickets
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W. Preston St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
June 12th @ 8 p.m.
Discover a world of funny, eccentric and downright incomprehensible shenanigans at the Logan Fringe Arts Space. Clown Cabaret is a place for clown, variety, circus and unclassifiable acts to workshop their material to the delight and comedic enrichment of the crowd. Expect a mesmerizing hodgepodge of music, magic, physical feats and potential pies in the face.
Confirmed acts include Drew the Dramatic Fool, Wendy Burch, Matthew Pauli and emcee Karen Beriss.
Tickets: $15 ($12 with a Fringe button) Visit the FB Event Page and select ‘Find Tickets’
Logan Fringe Arts Space
1358 Florida Ave. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
April 12th to May 7th @ Olney Theatre Center
Andrew Hinderaker present The Magic Play, a remarkable story that combines vivid theatricality, profound emotions and in this case, a touch of true theater magic. Brett Schneider plays a talented magician who has risen to the top by maintaining absolute control over his performances — as well as his love life. But when his lover forces him to confront his fears, along with his washed-up magician father, his act might never be the same. Watch as card houses fall apart and reassemble, hearts transform into clubs and the mystical powers of performance take hold.
The Magic Play is recommended for ages 16+ for mature themes, strong language and intimate situation. This show is not appropriate for children.
Olney Theatre Center
2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road
Olney, MD 20832