It’s July! With the 4th of July around the corner, nothing says America like a great party. We at CBS Local E.S.P. Eat. Sleep. Play want you to kick off July the right way, but most of all the American way, so we’re bringing you all the things you need to make your month unforgettable.
A new theater performance will focus on writer Edgar Allan Poe’s relationship with the women in his life.
‘Tis the season of going broke because you have to show all of your loved ones just how much you care by giving them material items… Luckily for you we’re here to show you how to provide for the one who really counts (you) when you’re short on cash.
Stop the presses. That’s what the Newsboys Strike of 1899 did and crippled an entire industry. Now there’s a Broadway hit musical at the Hippodrome retelling the real life movement.
The winter is coming. This may have been a hard one to figure out this year since the temps haven’t quite pissed you off as much as last winter. However, it may have became bit more noticeable when every single one of your coworkers took a sick day over the past week. So, now it’s your turn. Go ahead…
Brookstone is now selling an awesome product to drown out your roommates stomping, singing, or other noises… The new 2.4Hz Wireless TV Headphones not only connect to your TV, but also to your stereo, computer, and mobile device.
All right boys, put down your remotes and game controlles and try to accomplish at least one thing on your to-do list this weekend. Don’t get annoyed just yet; you might actually be able to make this fun. Let’s start with the haircut and shave and head over to QG (Quinntessential Gentleman) to turn you from a boy into a gent.
Bring your imagination to the latest play to hit the Hippodrome stage. Tony-award winning “Peter and the Starcatcher” features a handful of actors who create more than 100 characters.
Thirty-six years after President Jimmy Carter made peace between Egypt and Israel, “Camp David” is now both history and theater.
The Kennedy Center is hosting an international theater festival for the next three weeks, including the U.S. premiere of an Australian play about Rupert Murdoch and a dozen other productions.
The drama of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will reach the Washington theater stage with a new play premiering next year.
A new play exploring the life of artist and civil rights activist Paul Robeson is opening at Washington’s Arena Stage.