When you live near a metropolis, any talk of the arts has you thinking about the city. It’s where the best museums, galleries, stages and
Washington, D.C.’s cultural scene surpasses many cities in this country. The area boasts a plethora of excellent galleries and museums.
But if it’s possible, this city has a phenomenal aspect of the art world that is often overlooked: theater. Within the city limits, the District of Columbia has three top-notch theaters that anyone in the area would be remiss to miss.
A trip to the movies in 2011 can be an expensive affair. With most summer blockbusters utilizing 3-D and IMAX technology, a single movie ticket can cost upwards of $15.
To save money, most people now wait for movies to come out on DVD. However, there’s something to be said for leaving the house and going to the theater. But where can you see these newly released movies without breaking your budget?
For those of you who have yet to experience (or those of you that love) the wonder of human strength, flexibility and jaw-dropping talent that Cirque du Soleil brings to stage, you have an incredible opportunity to witness one of their awe inspiring shows, OVO, right here in DC from September 9th until this Sunday, October 24th. The wonderment all takes place under the bright blue and yellow tents of the Grand Chapiteau, perched high above the National Harbour.