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In what has become a popular Christmas tradition in the D.C. region, Theater Alliance performs their joyous production of Langston Hughes' "Black Nativity". First performed in 1961, Hughes' song-play is a retelling of the Christmas story from an Afro-centric perspective and was intended to explore the depths of cultural identity, pride and unity within the African-American community. The production is infused with rich, moving music, dance and griot-style storytelling. Using the sounds, energy and enthusiasm of gospel music to tell the Nativity story makes for a holiday show that people of all races and backgrounds can enjoy.
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade CenterDecember 20, 2014 7:30 PM
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20004
Satire is a healthy means of expression through which the common folk get the opportunity to criticize the government and the society at large. The Capitol Steps is a group that does this well. Formed by people who are and were Congressional Staffers, this group satirizes the Congress big wigs who were or are their bosses. Catch them at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center every Friday and Saturday starting at 7:30 pm. Please contact for more information.
Based on the life of Pippin, the son of Charlemagne who suffered from a spinal deformity, the musical tells the story of Pippin as he grows into adulthood and learns what will be the purpose of his life. Themes of adolescence, family, ambition and love pervade this comedy. Songs include "On the Right Track" and "Magic to Do."