15 Year Anniversary Season 2019-2020

THEARC Theater 2019-2020
Individual Tickets:

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in partnership with The Movement Theatre Company

What To Send Up, When It Goes Down
October 24th-27th, 2019
Tickets available at woollymammoth.net. THEARC Family Subscription Membership benefits apply to special events only.
A collaboration between Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company and THEARC Theater.
WHAT TO SEND UP

RESTORATION STAGE

Veils, Welcome to Womanhood

Preview Performances: November 7th-10th, 2019
THEARC Family Subscription Membership benefits apply to special events only for the 2019 performances.
Veils, Welcome to Womanhood 2019
Click below for tickets to February 2020 performances:
February 12th-23rd, 2020
A collaboration between Restoration Stage and THEARC Theater.
VEILS, WELCOME TO WOMANHOOD 2020

Howard University Gospel Choir

Howard University Gospel Choir Holiday Concert

December 8, 2019
A collaboration between Howard University Gospel Choir and THEARC Theater.
Howard University Gospel Choir Holiday Concert

COLLAGE DANCE COLLECTIVE

RISE 2020
February 14th-16th, 2020
A collaboration between Collage Dance Collective and THEARC Theater.
RISE 2020

THEARC THEATER

Arts NightOUT
A Black Music Month kick-off Celebration
The Crank Crusaders featuring Raheem DeVaughn
June 5, 2020
15 Year Anniversary of THEARC Theater & Building Bridges Across the River
A collaboration between DC Jazz Fest and THEARC Theater.
ARTS NIGHT OUT

John Johnson & Glass Performance in partnership with 11th Street Bridge Park & THEARC Theater

Conversations with Grandpa

Conversations with Grandpa is a co-production between the 11th Street Bridge Park & THEARC Theater which is supported by The Kresege Foundation, Wells Fargo, British Council, Risa Fund and Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation.
Conversations with Grandpa

DC BLACK THEATRE & ARTS FESTIVAL 2020

June 22-July 3, 2020
Tickets available at dcblacktheatrefestival.com THEARC Family Subscription Membership benefits apply to special events only.
A collaboration between Center for Black Arts & Culture and THEARC Theater.
DCBTAF 2020

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