Our own Great White Way

The Washington, DC area may not have it’s version of New York’s Broadway, but we do have an incredible selection of theater shows to rival anything the Great White Way has to offer.

This weekend alone, the Washington Post published a long list of events it’s hard to decide what to see and experience. There are performances for every age group — puppet shows for the youngest members (under 3 years old!) to an original version of George Bernard Shaw’s classic “Pygmalion.”

The best way to enjoy a night out at the theater is to get there unhurried, in style and without having to worry about parking. Call Reston Limousine at 1-800-546-6141  to book a car for your evening out. We promise fast, courteous service.

"Pygmalion" is showing at the Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church on Massachusetts Ave. in Washington, DC.

Some highlights for this weekend include:

* “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” at the National Theatre is the tale of the headless horseman. Best for those age 4 and older.

*   Paulatuk Moonlight Drummers and Dancers at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts showcases a group of Inuvialuit dancers, who demonstrate and explain more than 70 dances with Inuvialuit stories and history.

"War Horse" at the Kennedy Center

* “Pygmalion” at the Undercroft Theatre at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Washington, DC is  George Bernard Shaw’s play that is   more commonly know because of its musical version: “My Fair Lady.”

* “Richard III” at Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park in Ellicott City, MD is Shakespeare’s historical play. This one’s free.

* “War Horse” at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is about an English boy’s journey to reunite with his horse that was sold to go to war.

* “Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins” at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC stars Kathleen Turner as the tough Texas writer.

* “A Clockwork Orange” at the H Street Playhouse in Washington, DC is about violent youth coming of age.

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