Theater & Shows in East Riverdale


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  • Sabor Latino Restaurant
    One of the more popular Mexican restaurants in Hyattsville, Sabor Latino features a delightful menu. The good quality, set in a casual atmosphere, will make you a regular. There's no specific recommended attire, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Also, it's common knowledge that the background noise can get a little loud here. If you're on the lookout for the perfect spot for family or friends, it's been reviewed as a solid option for large groups and kids. One of the better traditional Mexican joints in the area, making a trip to Sabor Latino is never a bad call.
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    2338 University Blvd E
    Hyattsville, MD US
  • Joe's Movement Emporium
    All the moving and shaking inside Joe's has been known to register on the Richter and set off the sixth senses of forest creatures. Classes focus on styles and arts from around the world but are united by the common themes of fitness and fun, as well as by the plot twists in Donnie Darko and its sequel, Donnie Darko 2: Donnie Darker. The 20,000-square-foot performing center has enough space to accommodate a multitude of options?which it does?seven days a week.
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    3309 Bunker Hill Road
    Mount Rainier, MD US
  • Sidney Harman Hall
    Converted from a historic 1930s art-deco theater, the modern iteration of the Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse is a combination restaurant, movie theater, and performance space. Besides screening blockbusters, the venue also hosts regular comedy shows featuring standups who have shared their skills on The Tonight Show, David Letterman, and Conan O'Brien. Between laughs, audience members can take bites from a complete menu or sips of selections from a full-service bar.
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    610 F St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Young Playwrights' Theater
    To showcase the work of its young scribes, once a year Young Playwrights? Theater hosts its New Play Festival, providing an opportunity for budding playwrights to see the fruits of their creative labor flourish on stage. Watching their work as it's performed for an appreciative audience may be a student's first taste of artistic accomplishment, substantiating in them a desire to expand their horizons academically and creatively. The students collaborate with professional actors, dramaturges, and directors to produce 15 student-written plays during three nights. In addition to its benefits to the writers as individuals, the festival?which audiences attend free of charge?enhances public regard for young artists and fosters a dialogue regarding matters of vital importance to the community.
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    2437 15th St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
    At Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, students can learn to throw a pot. But no clay will be harmed during the process, as "throwing a pot" in ceramics terms means making a pot on a ceramics wheel. And the arts center has plenty of wheels to practice with. For the center's students, who range from pre-K kids to adults, opportunities to try other disciplines abound, too. Since 1972, the teachers have been sharing passions that range from dance and visual arts to music and photography. They encourage students to expand their creative horizons in classes that cover such topics as theater, graffiti art, creative writing, and ballet. They even teach students to develop photos in the center's darkroom, which is 100% free of monsters and boogeymen. Capitol Hill Arts Workshop also offers tuition assistance and payment plans if necessary.
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    545 7th Street Southeast
    Washington, DC US
  • DAR Constitution Hall
    The young Italian tenor trio Il Volo impresses audiences with pitch-leaping vocal performances rich in three-part harmonies. Performing renditions of classic Italian songs as well as material penned by contemporary songwriters, the teenage opera singers showcase budding international appeal and the promise of a bright future that consists of crooning crowds and autographing customs slips at airports. Opening act Ethan Bortnick, a 10-year-old piano prodigy known as the youngest entertainer to headline his own concert tour and attempt to purchase a monster truck, starts out the night with original piano compositions as well as recognizable classics.
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    1776 D St NW
    Washington, DC US

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