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Family Events in Metro DC including Theatre, Dance, Music & More

Find Fall family events and activities in Metro DC with CultureCapital. Check here for family concerts and performances, hands-on activities and fun exhibitions for you and your kids, teens and tweens to experience throughout Metro DC.

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Summer Camps & Programs in the Arts - Metro DC 2014
Find a Metro DC Summer Camp program that matches your child's interest in theatre, dance, music and visual arts. Whether they are toddlers, tweens or teens, there's a program that will spark their creativity, build on their talents and excite them through the summer season.
American Ballet Theatre: Don Quixote and a Mixed Repertory Program
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Sun, April 20
The celebrated ABT offers a feast of choreographic fireworks with its spirited staging of Don Quixote--praised for its "glorious passages of choreography" (The New York Times)--plus a mixed repertory program.
The Washington Ballet: Tour-de-Force: Balanchine!
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Wed, April 23 thru Fri, April 25
The brilliant next chapter of Tour-de-Force, a program of showstopping classical and contemporary ballets including Swan Lake, Flames of Paris, D-Construction and George Balanchine's Theme and Variations.
The Washington Ballet: Peter Pan
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Thru Sun, April 27
A swashbuckling coming of age tale that pits Peter and the Lost Boys against Captain Hook and his outrageous band of pirates, this whimsical adventure is told through vibrant dance. Peter Pan is a story about growing up that never seems to grow old.
Me and My Shadow
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Sat, April 26 thru Sun, April 27
This new show from Australia's renowned Patch Theatre Company uses a combination of light and shadow, paper and water, fantastical imagery, and intriguing sounds to reveal the perplexities and pleasures of friendship. Age 4+
NSO Kinderclassics: Bears, Bears Everywhere!
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Sat, May 3
Back by popular demand! It's a big bear world out there, and every sort of bear has its own look and growl. This concert takes a peek at these adorable creatures and the sounds of their homelands--music that's as unique as they are. Age 4+
A New Age of Exploration
National Geographic
Thru Sun, June 8
Travel back in time to encounter some of National Geographic's most iconic moments, and peer in to the future of exploration with modern explorers and photographers through interactive maps, video, and multimedia experiences.
Sharing Our Stories: Treasures from the Museum's Collection
Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center
Thru Wed, December 31
This new exhibition features a variety of donated arts and artifacts since the Museum began its Collections Program in 2011.
Highlights
Ballets Russes
Sun, April 27
Montpelier Arts Center
Trout Fishing in America
Sun, April 27
CenterStage
Once On This Island
Thru Fri, May 2
Olney Theatre Center
Mother's Day: Mommy and Me Tea Party
Fri, May 9
Workhouse Arts Center
The Jungle Book
Mon, April 21 thru Mon, May 26
Adventure Theatre MTC
Early Keepers at The Mall at Prince George's
Sat, May 10 thru Sat, June 7
The Mall at Prince George's