Don't miss an affordable, one of a kind performance from three ultimate fiddle champions, a fun (and free) afternoon of local artists and activities for the kids. Plus, be sure to check out a hilarious play by Shakespeare that's easy to understand on stage!
The Quebe Sisters at Creative Alliance: Nov. 18, 8 pm
Don't miss this triple-threat girl group of Texan fiddlers as they take the stage at Baltimore's Creative Alliance. You won't be able to stop dancing to the sisters singing swing music and playing in harmony! They earned a standing ovation in the Great Day studio on Friday and they're sure to win over the crowd this Saturday too. Admission: $20 online, $23 at the door. Location: 3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD.
Jackson Art Center 'Open Studios': Nov. 19, 12 - 5pm
More than 40 local artists will share their work in the historic Jackson School in NW, DC this Sunday. Join a community of artists at the Jackson Art Center for an afternoon of live music, food and all sorts of free activities for kids! You can also meet and greet the artists and explore the old school. Admission: Free. Location: 3050 R St NW, Washington, DC.
‘Twelfth Night’ from the Shakespeare Theatre Company: Nov. 14 - Dec. 20
"Better a witty fool than a foolish wit." Don't be a fool and experience one of Shakespeare's funniest comedies performed live at the Sidney Harmon Hall. It's three hours long, but we got an inside scoop about the play from the actors this week and they're sure to keep you engaged. If you're worried you won't understand Shakespeare's prose don't worry. The beautiful costumes we previewed this week can help tell the story, along with the music. Admission: $25- $118. Location: 610 F St. NW, DC.