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  • Precipice Improv Theater
    The Valentine's Day improv workshop and performance?a three-hour experience?prods the funny bones of individuals and couples in a series of comical exercises. Afterward, attendees take in a perpetually polished performance put on by Flashbang Improv!. For those who don't believe in workshops, Valentine's Day, or gravity, this deal also carves out room to catch one of two standalone performances, each slapped up with a smorgasbord of fresh material from one or both participating groups.
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    4508 Walsh Street
    Bethesda, MD US
  • Hexagon
    Now in its 56th season, Hexagon mounts original musical comedy revues ribbing the political and social culture of Washington, D.C. A nonprofit production created by about 200 volunteer members, this year's show promises rib-tickling high jinks in the form of songs and skits that lovingly lambast everyone from politicians to society personalities. Fast-paced and energetic, the program ridicules policies and practices of the past year before proving that it's all in good fun by releasing a feral congressman back into the wild. Members of the organization handle all aspects of the production, from writing the sketches and music, to performing in the cast and orchestra, to handling technical theatrical duties such as lighting and curse-proofing. Hexagon donates all proceeds from its shows to worthy causes, with receipts from this year's program benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project.
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    5505 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Talk Cinema
    After nearly two decades obsessing over cinema as a film critic for Variety and editor-in-chief of Film Comment, Harlan Jacobson founded Talk Cinema?a series of early film screenings hosted at multiple theaters around the country. Each year, Harlan handpicks independent and foreign films from the world's leading festivals, often resulting in some of the first public screenings of award-winning prestige pictures. After each screening, he hosts experts such as scholars, filmmakers, and critics from the New York Times and the Chicago Tribune during discussions modeled after those held at festivals and particularly cultured kids' treehouses. Talk Cinema also occasionally hosts guided tours of festivals in international cities such as Montreal and Reykjavik.
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    7235 Woodmont Ave.
    Bethesda, MD US
  • Excess Noise
    People of the Beat, a global community of dancers, organizes unique, oversized nights for dancers so that they can groove to playlists of dance and hip hop, Latin and African, rock and country tunes—in sweatpants or ball gowns. The all-ages party’s dress code is simply “whatever is most comfortable to dance in.” This utilitarian vibe attracts novice dancers, fitness groups, and professional ballerinas alike to the party, which combines stage performances with an always-dancing crowd. Each party is held in a spacious arena where dancers can spread out and dance with the sky as the limit to their exuberance.
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    7111 Woodmont Avenue #402
    Bethesda, MD US
  • Bethesda Big Train Baseball
    The Bethesda Big Train baseball team came to fruition through the passion and charitable work of the Bethesda Community Baseball Club. Upon seeing that the area's softball and baseball fields were in disarray, this group quickly took to the task of improving them for the community's youth. After raising the money to fix the parks, the organization erected Shirley Povich Field to give the Bethesda Big Train a place to call home. A summer collegiate baseball team, the Big Train delights fans with the sounds of summer: the crack of the bat, the smack of a fastball hitting the catcher's mitt, and the buzz of a cell phone politely vibrating. The team members also aspire to be role models for the region's younger generation, showing them that they can play baseball at a high level while still putting college, their studies, and their right to wear sweatpants to class first. Today the club participates in the Cal Ripken League and has won the league's championship three seasons in a row, giving locals and fans plenty to cheer about while enjoying family fun out under the summer's warm evening sky.
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    10600 Westlake Dr.
    Bethesda, MD US
  • Round House Theatre
    When it was founded in 1970, the theatre company Street ’70 didn’t have a home, instead serving as a nomadic outreach program for schools and community spaces. It would be seven years before they’d find their own space in the Round House Theatre, which would eventually become the company’s moniker. Since those early days, the ensemble has produced more than 200 performances per year out of their home theater in Bethesda and a black box theater in Silver Springs. Round House Theatre also spreads the drama bug through classes, workshops, and not washing their hands after handling freshly penned manuscripts.
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    4545 East West Hwy.
    Bethesda, MD US

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