Culture Communique: March 17 - March 24 Culture Communique: March 17 - March 24



Ford's Theatre presents a world-premiere musical by Nolan Williams, Jr., celebrating African-American food, family and tradition. From March 19 through May 14, you can enjoy a show packed with an eclectic mix of styles including jazz, R&B, rousing up-tempos and raise-the-roof ballads. This musical captures a day in the life of the Mintons, a Philadelphia family who gather to mourn the loss of their matriarch and deal with the future of their family restaurant in a changing neighborhood. 

The DAR Museum

The DAR Museum supports the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution's goals of historic preservation, education and patriotism by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting the material culture and social history of pre-industrial America. Visit the museum and enjoy its rooms, collections and exhibitions.

Friday, March 18
DC Environmental Film Festival

Mottainai Kitchen

Saturday, March 19
DC History Center

Walking Tour: Mount Vernon Square

Sunday, March 20
Phillips Collection

Anthony Roth Costanzo and
 Bryan Wagorn

Wednesday, March 23
National Museum of Women in the Arts

Fresh Talk: Righting The Balance
Photographic Power

Thursday, March 24
Alliance Française

Nuit de la Poésie, 5e édition

Thursday, March 24
National Building Museum

Architecture & Design Film Festival:
Opening Night 
Friday, March 18
Post Classical Ensemble

Hope in the Night
Saturday, March 19
National Chamber Ensemble

Beloved Baroque Masters

Sunday, March 20
Dupont Underground


Sunday, March 20
Embassy of Israel

Israeli Dance Festival DC

Tuesday, March 22
National Museum of American Diplomacy

Diplomacy Classroom: World Water Day

Wednesday, March 23
DC Public Library

Beyond the Book: Peter's Mitten Match

Thursday, March 24
U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

Capitol Conversations: The Women in the National
Statuary Hall Collection - Sakakawea

Thursday, March 24
Smithsonian National Museum of
Natural History

Youth Unstoppable (online)

Friday, April 1
Cultural DC

Rose: You Are Who You Eat by John Jarboe

Saturday, April 2
Olney Theatre


Sunday, April 10
Choral Arts

Living the Dream…Singing the Dream

Wednesday, April 20
University of the District of Columbia

Urban AgroEcology: The Quest for a Sustainable
Food Systems Model

Newsletter for March 18 to March 24, 2022. Find more events on our calendar, which presents the latest information on the District's most exciting cultural activities. It's all at your fingertips. To view our full calendar, visit our website.
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