World-Renowned Singer Andrea Bocelli Heads to D.C.
at Capital One Arena, Washington

Let Andrea Bocelli take your breath away when he comes to the Capitol One Arena, and find out why the "Tampa Bay Times" once wrote of the classical crossover artist, "It's not often you can hear a crowd's collective breath being taken away. But it happened, again and again." Whether singing "The Lord's Prayer" for the Pope, as he did in Philadelphia during His Holiness' trip through the States, or entertaining tens of thousands in cities around the globe, Bocelli's preternaturally smooth tenor is a hit with pop and classical audiences alike. Touring on the heels of his recent release "Cinema", which debut in Billboard's Top 10, Bocelli comes to D.C. for what promises to be an unforgettable and romance-filled evening of sensuous music.

Offer Dates: December 10

Full Price: $107.30 - $402.25  |  Our Price: $90 - $198


Bubble, Bubble! "Hocus Pocus" on the Big Screen
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Classic plays are making way for classic movies this October at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, D.C. In this screening, see Kenny Ortega's beloved Halloween comedy "Hocus Pocus", starring Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Screening of Classic Musical "Singin' in the Rain"
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

From the iconic, puddle-jumping scene to the crisp rendition of "Good Morning" and the tender moments of "You Were Meant for Me," Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor and Debbie Reynolds sang and danced their way right into our hearts with "Singin' in the Rain" -- not to mention the top of the American Film Institute's list of greatest movie musicals of all time. Now, you can relive all of your favorite moments when the historic Harman Center for the Arts brings the beloved 1952 classic to the big screen in Washington DC. "Singin' in the Rain" is a lighthearted story set in Hollywood during the transition from silent film to "talkies." Kelly plays a popular silent film star shackled by his studio in a loveless romance to his leading lady (Jean Hagen). On the run from his fans, the star jumps into a passing car where he meets a chorus girl (played by Reynolds), and the stage is set for hilarious hijinks, romance and music.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"Ghostbusters" on the Big Screen
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Now you can see a timeless comedy like you've never seen it before when classic plays make way for classic movies this October at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington DC. Released in 1984, comedy smash "Ghostbusters" stars Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd as part of a team of misfit New York parapsychologists who start their own business to help rid clients of pesky ghosts. Business begins booming as paranormal activity in the city begins to rise, signaling the return of an ancient and destructive god, known as Gozer. Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis costar.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Never Say Die! "The Goonies" on the Big Screen
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Classic plays are making way for classic movies this October at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, D.C. In this screening, see Richard Donner's iconic '80s adventure classic "The Goonies", starring Sean Astin and Josh Brolin.

Offer Dates: October 18

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


David Bowie Leads Jim Henson Classic "Labyrinth"
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

"You have no power over me!" That's the defiant chant of teen heroine Sarah in Jim Henson's "Labyrinth". Eighties kids can instantly recall Jennifer Connelly wielding those words against a velvet-clad David Bowie, the film's mysterious, crooning, baby-stealing Goblin King. While Bowie's in his Escher-esque castle purring "You remind me of the babe," Sarah's stumbling through his maze trying to save her toddler brother. She's got a motley crew of newfound friends -- including shaggy sweetie Ludo and endearing grouch Hoggle -- and they're all racing against the clock together. It's a puppet-filled fantasy with unforgettable music and it's high up on many lists of family film faves. You can relive the adventure for the umpteenth time since childhood or introduce young filmgoers to the magic when "Labyrinth" hits the big screen at the Harman. It's part of the Shakespeare Theatre Company's film series playing in D.C. throughout October.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"Raiders of the Lost Ark" Screening at the Harman
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

He hates snakes, he's handy with a bullwhip and he knows his way around a sarcophagus. He's archaeologist-turned-adventurer Indiana Jones and his first-ever outing, "Raiders of the Lost Ark", is swinging back onto the big screen at D.C.'s Sidney Harman Hall. With John Williams pitching in the movie's unforgettable hype music (can't you just hear those horns now?) and hunky Harrison Ford throwing Nazi-thwarting punches, this is the ultimate in retro action-adventure fun. Get ready to rally around the quintessential '80s swashbuckler as he races through this Oscar-winning Spielberg trek filled with booby traps, explosions, snappy comebacks and, of course, melting faces.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"Center Stage" Screening: BTS at the Ballet
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Catch the hit 2000 film "Center Stage" -- which "The New York Times" calls "sexy and infectious in spite of itself" -- on the big screen at DC's Sidney Harman Hall and get swept up in all the behind the scenes romance and drama at a well-known New York ballet academy. Famed as the film debut of sci-fi queen Zoe Saldana ("Avatar, Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Trek"), this look at the lives and loves of a group of aspiring professional dancers has spawned two sequels so far, and starred an ensemble of real-life pros.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Cult Comedy "Waiting for Guffman"
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

"Nothing ever happens in Blaine." And, to be honest, not too much happens in Christopher Guest's mockumentary "Waiting for Guffman", either ... "but" that's part of the cult favorite's hilarious charm. You've got a small-town theater troupe that's high on Broadway pipe dreams and they're led by deliciously delusional director Corky St. Clair. This late-'90s comedy finds Guest's regulars -- Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Fred Willard and Parker Posey -- in peak form as a group of blissfully oblivious (and appallingly untalented) amateurs who're convinced they're destined for greatness. Watch them stage the best/worst musical production ever when this classic indie returns to the big screen at Sidney Harman Hall. It's part of the Shakespeare Theatre Company's film series, running throughout October in D.C.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Redrum! "The Shining" on the Big Screen
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Classic plays are making way for classic movies this October at Sidney Harman Hall in Washington, D.C. In this screening, see Stanley Kubrick's iconic adaptation of Stephen King's horror classic "The Shining", starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"Poltergeist": The Original Horror Classic
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

If you grew up simultaneously fearing clown dolls, bedroom closets and TV set static, you likely have Spielberg's "Poltergeist" to blame. His '82 horror classic turned the suburbs into a hellscape and left "everyone" questioning exactly what their homes were built on top of. Innocent little towhead Carol Anne becomes a lightning rod for paranormal activity and no sooner does she eerily sing-song her signature line -- "They're heeeere" -- than her family's beset by all kinds of terror. We're talking haunted bathroom mirrors, possessed trees, corpse-filled backyards ... the kind of mayhem that's "definitely" not covered by homeowners' insurance. Get ready to jump in your seats at all the freaky-fun nightmare fodder when this throwback thriller spooks up D.C.'s Sidney Harman Hall.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


The Washington Chorus: "Bernstein & Belshazzar"
at The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall, Washington

Composer Leonard Bernstein may be best known for his Broadway babies "West Side Story" and "On the Town", but he also gave birth to several choral masterpieces, including "Chichester Psalms", a joyful, contemporary piece based on songs from the Hebrew bible. It's set to kick off the season opener from the 200-voice, two-time Grammy-winning Washington Chorus, who're welcoming their new artistic director, Christopher Bell of Chicago's acclaimed Grant Park Music Festival. You'll also hear Morten Lauridsen's "Mid-Winter Songs" at this Kennedy Center Concert Hall event, and Bell has promised to bring the house down with William Walton's grand epic, "Belshazzar's Feast".

Offer Dates: November 8

Full Price: $31 - $72  |  Our Price: $15.50 - $36


Speed Dating in Arlington: Meet Local Singles at Fun Event
at Zen Bistro & Wine Bar, Arlington

Give speed dating a shot and see why it's so popular, at this Professionals in the City event for D.C.-area singles. Women will be seated at the perimeter of the room, with men across from them. You'll chat for a few minutes, then the guys will get up and move to the next table. After an hour, everyone will gather for more mixing and mingling. Within 48 hours, you'll receive a link that gives you access to an exclusive online system, where you'll be able to send messages privately and safely to anyone you may've sparked with, without needing to exchange sensitive contact information. It's a great way to meet lots of local singles in just one night.

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: COMP


Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club: The Best Live Music & More
at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, Bethesda

Thanks to a recent $8 million renovation, the gorgeous art-deco Bethesda Theatre is now Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, a hot spot for live music, dining and drinking. The club offers great entertainment from top national blues and jazz artists, plus the best talent from the mid-Atlantic region, in an intimate setting with excellent acoustics. Enjoy a great dinner served up with a heaping side of blues and jazz -- Executive Chef William Pack Jr. has created a Creole/Cajun-inspired menu with a bevy of mouthwatering choices, including delicious desserts.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 22, October 25, November 1, November 5, November 8

Full Price: $12.50 - $40  |  Our Price: $6.25 - $20


Family Fun Day With Jane Franklin Dance
at Theatre on the Run, Arlington

Inspire a lifetime love of dance at Jane Franklin Dance's Family Fun Day. This event will include snacks and fun interactive activities that relate to the two shows. The first, "The Big Meow", is the story of an ever-hopeful fluff ball who desperately wants to belong to the band of neighborhood cats. "Complete Dogness" follows a tireless little pup with bad habits but the willingness to learn new tricks, and is told using spoken word, movement, music and animation. Come out for some family fun at Theatre on the Run in Arlington.

Offer Dates: October 28, October 28

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Step Afrika!'s "Magical Musical Holiday Step Show"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Step Afrika!, the first professional company devoted to stepping, brings their annual holiday show back to D.C.'s Atlas Performing Arts Center. Come make merry with the internationally-known percussive dance company, as well as DJ Frosty the Snowman and their furry friends from the animal kingdom in this special seasonal performance. Equally inspired by African and modern dance, stepping combines kicks, stomps, claps and chants into an overwhelming, high-energy experience of movement and sound. The company has achieved worldwide renown for its mastery of the art and its electrifying live shows, and this festive celebration promises to be no exception.

Offer Dates: December 15, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 20, December 21, December 22, December 23, December 23, December 27, December 27, December 28, December 29, December 29, December 30, December 30

Full Price: $18 - $45  |  Our Price: $9 - $22.50


Constellation's Dark, Decadent '20s Musical
at Source, Washington

An acclaimed off-Broadway hit, "The Wild Party" captures all the verve and violence of the Jazz Age as it tells the '20s-era story of volatile vaudeville lovers Queenie and Burrs, hosts of the titular bash. But as their friends start to tumble in and the booze flows freely, inhibitions lower, jealousies flare, and the decadent evening turns increasingly dark and deadly. Written by Tony nominee Andrew Lippa ("The Addams Family"), this bold and provocative musical comes to the stage at DC's Source via a new production by the Constellation Theatre Company.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 23, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $55  |  Our Price: $27.50


Arthur Miller's Landmark American Dream Drama
at Ford's Theatre, Washington

Ironically, one of "Death of a Salesman"'s most misquoted lines -- "Attention must be paid!" -- is its most accurate advertisement. For attention must be paid to this iconic drama which packs a timeless emotional punch with its unflinching examination of the American Dream -- not to mention that it was also hailed by "The New York Times" as "one of the finest dramas in the whole range of the American theater." "Death of a Salesman" centers around the aging Willy Loman, who, after a lifetime as an unfulfilled traveling salesman, finds himself at the end of his career -- and the end of his tether. Winner of both the Pulitzer and the Tony for Best Play in 1949, Arthur Miller's classic still retains every ounce of its emotional impact to this day. Experience the epic extremes of humor and anguish, promise and loss at Ford's Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21

Full Price: $42 - $64  |  Our Price: $22 - $33


Gilt Sample Sale: Designer Discounts in DC
at Dock5 at Union Market, Washington

Gilt without guilt -- everything at this designer shopping shindig is up to 80% off retail, and that includes shoes, handbags, apparel and more from brands like Balenciaga, Prada, Valentino and Paul Smith, among many others. This famed sample sale at Union Market's Dock 5 constantly replenishes its stock, so you can always find a treasure. And it wouldn't be a true party without music, provided by DJ KC Higgins. Bonus: Your ticket comes complete with cocktails, juices, snacks and styling services.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $5 - $25  |  Our Price: COMP - $12.50


"Omnium Gatherum": The "Perfect" Dinner Party
at Silver Spring Stage, Silver Spring

A domestic artist and the perfect hostess join forces to create the ultimate dinner party, which brings together an assortment of opinionated personalities at the Silver Spring Stage in the D.C. area. In "Omnium Gatherum", this surreal meal will approach bold topics like 9/11 and more in this impassioned Pulitzer Prize-nominated piece.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Blues Alley: D.C.'s Premier Jazz & Supper Club
at Blues Alley, Washington

Founded in 1965, Blues Alley is the nation's oldest operating jazz supper club, having showcased such internationally renowned artists as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washington Jr., Ramsey Lewis, Charlie Byrd, Maynard Ferguson and Eva Cassidy. Located in the heart of historic Georgetown in an 18th century red brick carriage house, Blues Alley offers a unique and intimate ambiance, reminiscent of the jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Go for just the music and drinks, or make it an evening and choose from authentic Creole cuisine, steak and seafood dishes.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 23, October 24, October 25, October 30, November 1, November 6, November 13, November 14, November 15, November 20, November 21, November 22, November 27, November 28, November 29

Full Price: $20 - $27.50  |  Our Price: $10 - $13.75


Rock The Core Cider Festival
at The Mills, Washington

Hard cider is one of the hot brews of the moment, and you can curate your own 20-tasting flight, choosing from more than 1,000 of the best hard ciders and craft beers, at Rock the Core Cider Fest at The Mills in Washington D.C. In addition, enjoy unlimited full pours of Stella Cidre, Bud Light and Shocktop, access to awesome local food trucks and an artisanal market, a commemorative cup and fun lawn and social games. The Cider Lovers Package includes an additional 12-pack of curated ciders. This celebration is put on by Drink the District, famed for their popular social drinking events.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $50 - $75  |  Our Price: $25 - $60


Art & Great Food for a Good Cause
at Dock5 at Union Market, Washington

Join the Central Union Mission at Dock5 at Union Market -- one of Washington, D.C.'s most exciting venues -- for HeArt & Sole. At this event you'll sample stylish food and drink created by star chefs while mingling with local celebrities and enjoying live music. There's a professional art show, not to mention some sweet treats from renowned pastry chefs. Best of all, the proceeds from your ticket will go to provide shoes, clothes and food for Central Union Mission's needy clients.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $40 - $100  |  Our Price: COMP - $60


Watch Redskins Games in Style With Club Level Seating
at FedExField, Landover

Root for the Redskins and do it in style with Club Level seats at FedEx Field, where you'll see some of the NFL's best battle the Skins. From elite sideline views in the 300 section, you'll feast on food options such as Ben's Chili Bowl and Phillips Seafood, or step away to dine at sit-down eateries like MGM National Harbor Club and Hooters. With big-screen TVs hanging everywhere, you'll never miss a minute of the action, whether cheering Kirk Cousins on from your comfortable seat or strolling the climate-controlled concourse.

Offer Dates: November 12, December 17

Full Price: $680.55  |  Our Price: $110 - $130


Washington Redskins Dream Seats and Club Level Seating
at FedExField, Landover

Cheer on the Washington Redskins from the best seats in the house with Dream Seats and Club Level Seating at FedEx Field. Catch all the on-field action from the first three rows with Dream Seats. With complimentary hot dogs, popcorn, peanuts, soda and water on hand, you'll never be hungry or thirsty, and you'll enjoy exclusive access to the Club Level Concourse's leather chairs, HDTVs, four separate bars and Hooters restaurant. With Club Level seats, you can enjoy elite views in the 300 Level while feasting on food options like Ben's Chili Bowl and Phillips Seafood. Or, step away to dine at sit-down eateries like MGM National Harbor Club. With big-screen TVs hanging everywhere, you'll never miss a minute of the action.

Offer Dates: October 29, November 12, November 23, December 17, December 24

Full Price: $399 - $690.70  |  Our Price: $99 - $449


Black Circus Actors Fight to Perform in Jim Crow America
at Anacostia Playhouse, Washington

Playwright Steven A. Butler, Jr., author of acclaimed play "Chocolate Covered Ants", returns to the Anacostia Playhouse in Washington, D.C. with a new story of love, loss and family. "The Very Last Days of the First Colored Circus" is set in rural Maryland in 1927, focusing on a group of black circus performers who struggle to be respected both as artists and as human beings. Featuring authentic vaudeville-inspired performances from the 1920s, this new musical pays tribute to a group of brave actors seeking the freedom to pursue their craft.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12

Full Price: $45 - $55  |  Our Price: $22.50 - $27.50


"Our Town": Pulitzer-Winning Drama With Puppet Townsfolk
at Olney Theatre Center - Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab, Olney

Proclaimed "the greatest American play ever written," Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" looks at the power of life and death even in the brightest and most unassuming of settings. Winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1938, this hard-hitting drama has been performed on Broadway and beyond. Now, a small cast of just seven characters play what is traditionally a play with over 20 characters. Narrated by the nameless Stage Manager (played by "Angels in America"'s Jon Hudson Odom), the actors often break the fourth wall to address the audience directly. Director Aaron Posner ("Stupid F*cking Bird", "District Merchants") also deploys an ensemble of Bunraku-style puppets to portray the other townspeople beyond the seven central characters. This is "Our Town" like you've never seen it. Don't miss this quietly heartbreaking show at the Olney Theatre Center.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 25, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $64 - $74  |  Our Price: $25 - $37


Romantic Historical Drama "Sotto Voce"
at Theater J at the Edlavitch DCJCC, Washington

From Pulitzer-winning playwright Nilo Cruz ("Anna in the Tropics") comes "Sotto Voce", a story of the resiliency of true love and the enduring power of memory presented at the Edlavitch DCJCC's Theater J in Washington, D.C. German-born novelist Bemadette Kahn lost the love of her life during World War II when he fled Nazi Germany on the S.S. St. Louis, a ship carrying nearly a thousand Jewish refugees seeking haven in North America. Both Cuba and the U.S. turned the ship away, forcing many of the passengers to return to Europe and perish in Nazi concentration camps. Kahn's past resurfaces when a young Jewish-Cuban writer contacts her to research the ship's tragic voyage, forging a relationship deepened by memories of her great lost love.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 18, October 19, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 25, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $39 - $69  |  Our Price: $19.50 - $34.50


Jazz Vocalist Cecily Salutes D.C.
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Cecily is a D.C. vocalist and songwriter whose star is on the rise. She has opened for musical greats including Grammy-Award winning jazz and soul artist Gregory Porter, R&B stars Johnny Gill, Kenny Lattimore, and Elle Varner, and alternative soul pioneer Bilal. Cecily performs an evening of music and storytelling dedicated to Washington, D.C. and its musical contributions to the world. Enjoy music by Duke Ellington, Gil Scott- Heron, Roberta Flack, Me'shell Ndegeocello, and more at the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"A Bohemian Christmas": A Jazzy Holiday Set
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Celebrate the holidays in style with the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra. The 17-piece big band will pack into D.C.'s Atlas Performing Arts Center, where they'll perform jazz classics by Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Stan Kenton and Glenn Miller, with new arrangements by band members. You'll also hear a string of beloved carols, as well as a recitation of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas".

Offer Dates: December 18

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Herb Scott Quintet at Atlas
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

The Herb Scott Quintet is led by saxophonist Herb Scott. A graduate of Michigan State University, where he studied with jazz legend Rodney Whitaker and saxophonist Diego Rivera, Herb is a DC native who has performed at almost every jazz venue in the region and works hard to improve the jazz scene in The District. Career highlights include performing at the White House and the Kennedy Center, performing with Grammy-award winning trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. See the Herb Scott Quintet at Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington DC.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


"Shear Madness": The Hilarious Whodunit
at The Kennedy Center - Theater Lab, Washington

Set in a local hair salon and with lines as up-to-date as the morning's news, "Shear Madness" is a hilarious whodunit with "you" as a central character. When the salon's landlady is murdered at the outset, a blend of mystery and improvisational theater ensues. Audience members are called upon to match wits with the suspects and try to catch the killer at this wildly popular comedy where "shrieks of laughter night after night" can be heard at the Kennedy Center, according to the "Washington Post".

Offer Dates: October 22, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $54  |  Our Price: $27


"Antony and Cleopatra": Passion, Politics and Romance Collide
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Journey to ancient Egypt from the comfort of D.C.'s historic Folger Shakespeare Library, which will be transformed to present the play in-the-round. Directed by Robert Richmond ("Othello", "Timon of Athens", "Henry V"), Folger Theatre presents "Antony and Cleopatra", the story of one of the most famous couples in history and their tempestuous, doomed love affair. They were two of the greatest lovers to ever walk the earth, but they were also political figures, and the pressures and the demands of their public life eventually tore them apart. Cleopatra is one of Shakespeare's most complex female roles, all too human underneath the tragic grandeur. Allow the Queen of Egypt to rule your heart for an evening.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 5, November 7, November 8, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 12, November 14, November 15

Full Price: $53 - $79  |  Our Price: $39.75 - $59.25


Epic Redskins-Cowboys Rivalry Returns
at FedExField, Landover

The Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys don't just have one of the greatest rivalries in football. It's one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports. When these two teams battle it out, the game always counts for a lot, no matter what the standings say. This year, their first match-up comes smack in the middle of the season, and could be a turning point for both teams as they look to hit the second-half run to the playoffs with some momentum. Watch the battle unfold in the cool, crisp air at FedEx Field.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $268.50 - $319.65  |  Our Price: $216 - $262


Pumpkin Beer & Autumn Treats on Oktoberfest River Cruise
at Washington Marina-National Ferry Corporation, Washington

Get ready to break out the lederhosen and celebrate Oktoberfest the D.C. way, with a cold beer in hand and breathtaking views of a scenic waterfront. Aboard this 90-minute cruise on the Potomac River, you'll get to witness D.C.'s most famous monuments against the stunning backdrop of autumn foliage. As you soak in the sights, you'll also get to savor all things fall, with special sweets and treats, local ciders, pumpkin beers and signature seasonal cocktails available for purchase.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $20 - $22


"Widowers' Houses": Shaw's 19th Century Comedy
at Undercroft Theatre, Washington

Watch a trailblazing 1893 comedy continue to make waves when the Washington Stage Guild brings "Widowers' Houses" to Undercroft Theatre. An ambitious young doctor falls in love with the daughter of a predatory real-estate speculator, but while her wealth is appealing, he balks at its source. Her refusal to live on his income alone spells trouble, until the facts about his own family finances are revealed. George Bernard Shaw's first play sparkles as it fences with some unpleasant truths.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $50 - $60  |  Our Price: $25 - $30


Professional Wild Man Steve-O Live
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

One of the masters of I-can't-believe-he-just-did-that humor, Steve O (aka Stephen Glover) became a household name for his crazy antics on both "Jackass" and "Wildboyz". The London-born stunt performer began recording dangerous skateboarding stunts when he was 15 and eventually graduated from Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Clown College before landing on MTV. He is a citizen of three countries and has performed in 38 countries worldwide. Now clean and sober, Steve-O has turned to stand-up, so catch this anything-goes performer at the Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Vivica A. Fox Plays a Jilted Love Guru
at Warner Theatre, Washington

Vivica A. Fox has rocked her roles in some huge hits over the years, including memorable turns in "Empire, Independence Day" and "Kill Bill". Now she brings back one of her favorites, relationship guru Shante Smith, in Je'Caryous Johnson's theatrical adaptation of the '01 rom-com "Two Can Play That Game" at Washington, D.C.'s Warner Theatre. And that game is on when romance expert Smith catches her boyfriend stepping out with her arch-rival. But he's got a few defensive moves of his own that take Shante by surprise.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $80  |  Our Price: $40


"Chicago": The Red-Hot, Tony-Winning Musical
at Hart Auditorium, Washington

"Chicago" has everything that makes a Broadway musical great: sizzling songs, seductive dance numbers and a show-biz story that packs a powerful punch. Set amidst the showy decadence of the 1920s, "Chicago" tells the tale of convicted murderers Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, who'll stop at nothing to get the attention of the press and celebrity attorney Billy Flynn. Their malicious crimes turn them into media darlings, producing a barrage of sensational headlines, the likes of which could just as easily be ripped from today's tabloids. A smash on Broadway, winning six Tony Awards, and on the big screen, taking home the same number of Academy Awards, this biting satire features the unforgettable songs of Kander and Ebb, including "All That Jazz," "Cell Block Tango" and many more hits. Enjoy this musical trip back to a time when a little razzle-dazzle made everything just fine in this dazzling production by the Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society -- "the theater company with a law school" -- at Hart Auditorium.

Offer Dates: November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Two Tales of Dramatic Marital Dysfunction
at Lansburgh Theatre, Washington

You can travel far and wide, but you'd be hard pressed to find anybody who'll tell you that marriage is easy -- and if you do, that person is probably lying. Coincidentally, lies are reoccurring themes in Nobel Prize-winning writer Harold Pinter's one-act plays "The Lover" and "The Collection", coming to the Lansburgh Theatre in Washington, D.C. "The Lover" alternates between comedy and drama as a couple try to spice up their relationship by faking an affair, while in "The Collection" a pair of married couples add too much spice to their relationship while bitterly interrogating one another about a very real affair that may or may not have happened. Bring a date -- if you dare -- to this evening of rumors and recriminations.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 24, October 25

Full Price: $71 - $108  |  Our Price: $35.50 - $54


Youth Cast Performs "Madeline's Christmas"
at Gunston Arts Center, Arlington

"In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines lived 12 little girls in two straight lines." So begins Ludwig Bemelmans' classic children's tale "Madeline's Christmas", brought to life by the young actors of Encore Stage & Studio. When Miss Clavel and the girls catch the flu, it's up to the ever-resilient Madeline to save the day. Watch her whip up a holiday miracle in this charming musical at Arlington's Gunston Arts Center.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 11, November 17, November 18, November 18, December 1, December 2, December 2

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: COMP - $7.50


Odyssey's Brunch & Dinner Cruises: See the Monuments, Dine & Dance
at Odyssey Cruise Ship, Washington

Enjoy a cruise on the luxurious vessel Odyssey, with unparalleled views of the nation's greatest landmarks from the Potomac River, as you delight in a delicious brunch, lunch or four-course dinner (with vegetarian and gluten-free options) in the spacious glass atrium dining room. Later, dance to a wide array of music provided by a live band in the decorated interior room with its enticing dance floors. This sophisticated getaway excursion offers something for everyone, whether you're looking forward to fresh and creative food prepared by a master chef, listening to music and dancing or simply relaxing with a special someone while watching the beautiful view.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, November 3, December 1

Full Price: $143.51 - $170.11  |  Our Price: $100.46 - $119.08


Scenic Fall Fest River Cruise
at Washington Marina-National Ferry Corporation, Washington

Embrace your flannel shirts, infinity scarves and love for all things pumpkin aboard the Fall Fest River Cruise from the National Ferry Corporation at Washington Marina. What better way to usher in the fall than to see that beautiful autumn foliage from the water? Enjoy cider, pumpkin beer, wine or signature fall cocktails available for purchase. Whether you bring a loved one or meet someone new, you can enjoy the crisp air and bright colors on this stunning autumn cruise.

Offer Dates: November 4, November 11, November 18

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $20 - $22


Fiery Comedy From "House of Cards" Writer
at Theatre on the Run, Arlington

After grad school, Catherine and Gwen chose polar opposite paths. Catherine built a career as a superstar academic, while Gwen built a home with her husband and children. Decades later, unfulfilled in polar opposite ways, each woman covets the other's life. Their burning envy sets off a dangerous game of musical chairs, with Gwen's husband as the prize. With searing insight and trademark wit, this Pulitzer-nominated comedy weaves an intimate tale of contemporary gender politics that illuminates our common struggle to achieve that ever-elusive goal called "happiness." Peter's Alley Theatre Productions presents a bold new production of this sharp look at how women -- and men -- find happiness and conquer disappointment at Arlington's Theatre on the Run.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Langston Hughes Takes on McCarthy & His Own Demons
at MetroStage, Alexandria

"Are you now or have you ever been a member of the Communist Party?" It was the question that rattled the nation in 1954. Convinced that Communists and Soviet spies and sympathizers had infiltrated the U.S., Senator Joseph McCarthy called a total of 395 witnesses to testify against themselves and others. Among them were just two African-Americans: political activist Eslanda Robeson and poet and playwright Langston Hughes. Presented at MetroStage in Alexandria, "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been" is a fictional account of the demons and dilemmas faced by Hughes on the eve of his appearance before McCarthy's infamous subcommittee, performed against a backdrop of searing blues and the haunting words of one of America's greatest writers.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 5

Full Price: $55 - $60  |  Our Price: $38 - $42.50


Tasha Cobbs Leonard ("Break Every Chain")
at Howard Theatre, Washington

Experience the light, love -- and amazing voice -- of Tasha Cobbs Leonard, the Grammy, Dove and Stellar award-winning urban contemporary gospel artist who had a huge crossover hit with "Break Every Chain" in 2013 and has since had two more albums hit No. 1 on the "Billboard" gospel charts. Leonard's list of impressive collaborations continues to grow too, with guest shots on singles by Common and Kirk Franklin. Her latest disc "Heart. Passion. Pursuit." dropped in 2017, so like her song says, "Put a Praise on It" and come on down to the Howard in DC for a sure-to-be soul-stirring show.

Offer Dates: October 18

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Art & Sharing in "Q, the Witch and the Magical Orb"
at Maryland Ensemble Theatre, Frederick

Once upon a time there was an evil Witch, who took away the wonderful, beautiful things in the world, like dancing, music and art. She keeps these beautiful things hidden in her magical orb. Finding himself bored in a world without art, Q decides to explore the dark blue cave where he finds the Witch and her magical orb. Experience the power of art and sharing with "Q, the Witch and the Magical Orb" at Frederick's Maryland Ensemble Theatre.

Offer Dates: February 3, February 4, February 10, February 11

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


"Inside Embassy Row" Walking Tour -- Gorgeous Mansions & History Galore
at Dupont Circle Metro Station, Washington

Elegant parties, international intrigue, the rich and powerful elite, servants, gossip, scandal and politics - Washington, D.C.'s Embassy Row conjures all sorts of images. Thanks to the "Inside Embassy Row" walking tour, the walls of some of the city's most historic mansions are finally talking -- and sharing their secrets. On the walk, as you stroll past the exteriors of these grand buildings, you'll hear stories of the women and men who lived in them as private homes before the party came crashing down during the Great Depression and the residences were abandoned and later converted into embassies. You'll even get to go inside one of the embassies for a glimpse at what these unique spaces look like today.

Offer Dates: October 20, November 3, November 17, December 1, December 15, December 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"Sister Act": Musical Comedy Based on Whoopi Goldberg Film
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Washington

Based on the beloved 1992 Whoopi Goldberg film, the five-time Tony-nominated Broadway musical "Sister Act" tells the hilarious and uplifting tale of a '70s Vegas disco diva whose life is turned upside down when she witnesses a crime and is put into hiding in a convent. As this free-spirited soul singer shakes things up under the watchful eye of Mother Superior, teaching her fellow sisters to sing, she rediscovers her own voice in the process. Featuring original music by Tony and eight-time Oscar winner Alan Menken ("Beauty and the Beast"), outrageous dancing and a moving story, this production of "Sister Act" brings the spirit of the original to the St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Washington, DC.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


International Spy Museum: Enter the World of Secret Agents
at International Spy Museum, Washington

From real-life spy gadgets to the stories behind the coolest secret agents in movies, the International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States dedicated solely to the world of espionage. Upon arrival, you'll be given a secret identity, which you'll use to test your spy skills throughout the experience. Then, you'll explore a series of themed rooms, where you'll hear historic tales, examine artifacts and participate in activities. Get ready for exhibits like "Spies Among Us", which focuses on WWII-era German and Russian spy rings, and "Exquisitely Evil", a tribute to the villains of cinema's most famous spy -- James Bond. "Exquisitely Evil" features more than 100 film artifacts from both old and new Bond movies, plus interactive exhibits that allow you to take over the controls of a villain's lair, brave the depths of a virtual shark tank, play spy vs. spy with other visitors, disarm a missile before time runs out and more.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 23, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 30, October 31, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 6, November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 13, November 14, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 20, November 21, November 22, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 27, November 28, November 29, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 3, December 4, December 5, December 6, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 11, December 12, December 13, December 14, December 15, December 16, December 17, December 18, December 19, December 20, December 21, December 22, December 23, December 24, December 26, December 27, December 28, December 29, December 30, December 31

Full Price: $23.21  |  Our Price: $13


Drama "Love and Information"
at Silver Spring Black Box Theatre, Silver Spring

A fast-moving kaleidoscope of more than 100 characters trying to make sense of what they know, "Love and Information" is a drama filled with philosophical exchanges and life-changing revelations. This powerful work at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre, written by acclaimed playwright Caryl Churchill, explores human connection and how the sharing of information -- particularly through technology -- affects how we think and feel about each other.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21

Full Price: $30 - $35  |  Our Price: $15 - $17.50


A Timely, Searing Portrait of Detroit
at Studio Theatre - Mead Theatre, Washington

Playwright Dominique Morisseau's ferocious hometown pride inspired her to write "The Detroit Project", a trilogy of dramas set at three distinct periods in the city's history. "Skeleton Crew" centers on Detroit during the 2008 recession. Faye has spent her career at one of the last auto-stamping plants in Detroit, Shanita is pregnant, Dez has a whole future to plan, and their manager Reggie owes a nearly un-payable debt to his work family. As rumors of a plant shutdown begin to spread, these tight-knit workers face what they're willing to sacrifice to survive. Find out for yourself why "The New York Times" hailed the show as "a deeply moral and deeply American play," when it comes to the stage of the Studio Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $52 - $85  |  Our Price: $30 - $50


Silent Disco Dance Party: Groove to the Music You Choose
at The Embassy Row Hotel, Washington

Join in the most unique and memorable dance party in town at the Embassy Row Hotel in the heart of Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle neighborhood. Hit the dance floor as you choose from among three live DJs playing everything from electro dance beats to throwback tunes to Deep House and Top 40 on your wireless headphones. Your selection lights up your headphones in a corresponding color, so you can synch up with others moving to the same music. Each ticket includes admission for one and headset rental.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: COMP - $8


High-Energy Rock 'n' Roll Comedy 'I'll Get You Back Again'
at Round House Theatre - Bethesda, Bethesda

High-energy rock 'n' roll comedy ensues when a struggling stand-up comedian sets aside her joke-telling aspirations to sit in for her deceased father as the bassist for his seminal psychedelic rock band. It's not long before old tensions rise and Chloe finds herself navigating memory and history as the group's ancient past begins to bubble up. Through it all, the band plays on in a fun, poignant show packed with live music and lessons from the '60s at Round House Theatre in Bethesda.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $56  |  Our Price: $28


International Gem and Jewelry Show at Dulles Expo Center
at Dulles Expo Center, Chantilly

This is the most dazzling display of gems, jewelry, beads, accessories and minerals you'll ever see under one roof. Since the 1960s, the International Gem and Jewelry Show has been bringing a fantastic selection of jewelry at the lowest prices to locations across the country. At this year's show at Dulles Expo Center in Virginia, you can expect to find colored gemstones, exquisite fine jewelry, gold and silver earrings, necklaces and bracelets, beads and crystals, ethnic jewelry, classic pearls, vintage estate jewelry, engagement rings and wedding bands, designer watches and one-of-a-kind seasonal pieces. With a varied selection and special show pricing direct from worldwide designers and manufacturers, the International Gem and Jewelry Show is perfect for gem enthusiasts, jewelry lovers and anyone looking for unique new accessories at a great price.

Offer Dates: December 15

Full Price: $6  |  Our Price: COMP


Ghosts of Georgetown Walking Tour -- A Haunted Trek Through DC
at The Old Stone House, Washington

DC By Foot presents a walking tour featuring the Ghosts of Georgetown. Among the historic streets, manicured gardens and Victorian row houses of one of Washington, D.C.'s finest neighborhoods lie deep, dark secrets about a forgotten past. Come along to hear about the ghosts and spirits that still haunt the nation's capital ... if you dare. You'll hear a historian's take on all of the curses, eerie coincidences and hauntings that make up the darker side of days gone by in this pre-Revolutionary town.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 24, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Trump Satire "Vicuña & The American Epilogue"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

What will the world look like eight years from now? It's a question a lot of classy people have been asking lately. The Pulitzer Prize finalist who wrote "Other Desert Cities" has an idea, and it makes up the new epilogue of his huge Trumpian satire, "Vicuña". John de Lancie (you know, Q from "Next Generation" and "Breaking Bad") stars in this show, which originally premiered as a much-needed antidote to the 2016 election season. The action follows an Iranian tailor who has a tough job: making a custom suit for a real-estate tycoon preparing for the final presidential debate. Bring some laughter to the insanity at the terrific Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12

Full Price: $35 - $65  |  Our Price: $15 - $32


National Gallery of Art Guided Tour
at National Gallery of Art, Washington

A trip to an art museum can be overwhelming. What do you focus on? What are the must-see pieces? Professional museum tour guide Stephen Mead takes you through the National Gallery of Art's highlights, historical showstoppers and fan favorites over the course of two hours. He'll stop to discuss each piece's symbols, stories and background. Mead lived in London until about six years ago, where he led exhibit tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum and gave talks for the UK National Arts Collection Fund. Since moving to DC, he has combined his love of museums with his professional storytelling skills, making his tours both educational and enjoyable.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 4, November 11

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


D.C. Area Premiere of "The Mistress Cycle"
at Creative Cauldron, Falls Church

Jezebel, siren, vixen or enchantress? "The Mistress Cycle" tells the story of five women: Tess, a struggling 30-something Manhattan photographer; Anais Nin, the famed sexual adventuress of the early 20th century; Diane de Poitiers, the mistress of Henri II of France in the 16th century; Lulu White, a turn-of-the-last-century New Orleans madam; and Ching, a 14-year-old concubine in 12th century China. Though they come from different times and cultures, all five share a sisterhood. This intelligent new musical work filled with stories of passion, compromise, heartbreak and renewal comes to Creative Cauldron in Falls Church.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"The Adventures of Peter Pan"
at Synetic Theater at Crystal City, Arlington

Feel that sprinkle of pixie dust? You're about to take flight with Peter Pan, the Darling children, and that mischievous little Tinkerbell. They're off to join the Lost Boys in an epic battle with the delightfully sinister Captain Hook. Your kids will gasp and cheer at the acrobatics on stage (but keep the little ones at home, this show is perfect for 7-year-olds and older), and you'll love the intimate Synetic Theater at Crystal City, where there's not a bad seat in the house.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $40 - $60  |  Our Price: $20 - $30


Lincoln Memorial & More on D.C. Night Tour
at Big Bus Tours, Washington

A truly historic city with some of the most iconic landmarks on the planet, Washington, D.C. becomes even more picturesque (and far less crowded) after the sun sets. This two-hour guided nighttime tour of the capital's gorgeous memorials and monuments includes stops at the historic area's key landmarks. Accompanied by your knowledgeable guide, you'll be able to hop off the bus to discover more about Washington's fascinating past. Along the way, your guide explains the history of these national monuments and gives tips on the perfect spots to snap great photos.

Offer Dates: March 29

Full Price: $29 - $39  |  Our Price: $23.75 - $32.50


Chemicals of Romance in "The Effect"
at Studio Theatre - Stage 4, Washington

Are Connie and Tristan really in love, or is it just the antidepressants talking? As volunteers in a clinical trial for a new super-drug, their sudden and illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to intervene and confront the ethics of what they're doing. See what "The New York Times" called ""a knockout, a ravishment of the senses." "The Effect" challenges our pill-popping culture with humor and scintillating drama at Studio Theatre - Stage 4 in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $55  |  Our Price: $30


Sukhishvili Georgian National Dance Company
at Lisner Auditorium, Washington

Sukhishvili Georgian National Dance Company brings 50 awe-inspiring, magnificently costumed, choreographic "warriors" that thrill and astound their audience. The "Washington Post" exclaimed: "They are first, foremost, magnificent." Back by popular demand, the troupe takes the stage at GW's Lisner Auditorium.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $50 - $85  |  Our Price: $25 - $42.50


Choral Arts Society: Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610
at The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall, Washington

What happens when a turn of the 17th century composer wants a new job? He writes the most over-the-top work of music to date. That's just what Claudio Monteverdi may have done when he wrote "Vespro della Beata Vergine". The "Vespers" includes seven soloists, a choir large enough to split into multiple choirs and sing up to 10 parts at a time, and a large orchestra. Monteverdi brilliantly superimposes new music over traditional Gregorian chants, combines sacred music with secular styles, and alternates the grandeur of the large ensemble with solos and duets. Join Artistic Director Scott Tucker, the Choral Arts Chorus, special guests The Thirteen, and an orchestra featuring cornetti, sackbuts, theorbo and more for an evening of musical splendor at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $25 - $69  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $69


Comedian Marina Franklin ("Chapelle's Show")
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

New Yorker Marina Franklin is emerging as one of the hottest comedians on the scene today, with notable appearances on Stephen Colbert's "Late Show", "Conan", "Louie", "The Jim Gaffigan Show", Showtime's "Women Who Kill" and "Chappelle's Show". See why this comic has been called "viciously likeable" at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Alan Alda, Roz Chast & Others on Aging
at Katzen Arts Center, Washington

HBO's Sheila Nevins, cartoonist Roz Chast, director Peter L. Stein and actor-author Alan Alda come to DC's Katzen Arts Center for a series of frank and funny discussions around the theme "Making a Scene: Growing Older, Growing Bolder". This Words and Ideas Symposium from Edlavitch DCJCC welcomes Nevins and Chast, who'll each discuss their memoirs, while Stein visits to give a talk called "Beyond Grumps and Spinsters: American Movies Take On Aging," complete with film clips. Alda talks about his new book "If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?" with Shankar Vedantam, NPR's social science correspondent and host of the podcast "Hidden Brain", to close out the four-day series.

Offer Dates: October 28, October 29, October 29, October 30

Full Price: $25 - $50  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $20


Haunted Georgetown Walking Tour Unearths the Neighborhood's Scary Stories
at Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Washington

Did you know that behind the history, architecture and genteel ambiance of one of D.C.'s finest neighborhoods lie deep, dark secrets about a forgotten past? DC By Foot's Haunted Georgetown Walking Tour takes you on an evening stroll through the historic streets of Georgetown, where you'll learn true tales of crime, tragedy, romance and lore. Throughout your 90-minute tour, you'll hear a historian's take on all the curses, eerie coincidences and creepy occurrences that make up the darker side of days gone by. The houses, churches and cemeteries of this now-tony neighborhood are still haunted by their past. Come find out why.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 23, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 30

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Dance Place Fall Performance Series
at Dance Place, Washington

The spirit of dance is alive and well at Dance Place, Washington D.C.'s hub where artists, audiences and students alike gather to enrich themselves with the art of movement. Dance Place hosts local, regional and international dance companies every weekend for performances of tap, modern dance, African dance, hip-hop and more, broadening the community's horizons to exciting new forms. Dance Place offers a variety of educational programs for all skill levels in the fields of dance, ballet, creative movement and tumbling to help you turn your movement into a work of art.

Offer Dates: October 28, October 29, November 11, November 12, December 5

Full Price: $10 - $25  |  Our Price: $5 - $12.50


R&B Singer Eric Roberson ("A Tale of Two," "Still")
at Howard Theatre, Washington

Independent neo-soul vocalist Eric Roberson -- also known as Erro -- is a highly sought-after songwriter who has worked with DJ Jazzy Jeff, Musiq Soulchild and Jill Scott, and he's been nominated for two Grammys for his solo tracks: "A Tale of Two" and "Still." Roberson was the first independent artist to be nominated for a BET Award and a recipient of an Underground Artist of the Year BETJ Virtual Award. "Mr. Nice Guy", the title of his latest release, melts hearts with grooves like "When Love Calls," and his sweet and sexy ballads put the spotlight on romance.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Redskins Take On Cardinals at FedEx Field
at FedExField, Landover

Don your red, white and yellow and get out to Hyattsville as the Washington Redskins host the Arizona Cardinals at FedEx Field. It's NFC East versus NFC West and the playoffs could be on the line at this late-season game, so get your tickets now to be sure you are there to cheer on the home team in person. Few sporting spectacles are more exciting than football in the winter, when the air is crisp and cold, but the players are fired up on the turf.

Offer Dates: December 17

Full Price: $122.65 - $168.40  |  Our Price: $39 - $77


"Cinderella": A Musical for Young Audiences
at The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children's Theater, Hagerstown

The classic fairy tale "Cinderella" comes to life in an hour-long, kid-friendly musical. This Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children's Theater production will be signed, spoken and sung for people of all hearing abilities to enjoy. Before the show, you'll be treated to a light lunch of -- choose between an all-beef hot dog and potato chips or a slice of oven-baked cheese pizza.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 4

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker"
at George Mason University's Center for the Arts, Fairfax

One of the most acclaimed versions of Tchaikovsky's holiday classic, "Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker" returns to North America on its 25th anniversary tour. Almost 40 renowned dancers bring to life the timeless story of young Masha (Clara), who receives the gift of a nutcracker one Christmas and dreams that night of a grand adventure with her Nutcracker Prince. Filled with larger-than-life puppets and nesting dolls, handmade Victorian-style costumes, and sets created by "La La Land" designer Carl Sprague, this perennial favorite is sure to sweep up the whole family in the Christmas spirit. Don't miss "Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker" at George Mason University's Center for the Arts in Fairfax.

Offer Dates: December 20

Full Price: $54 - $94  |  Our Price: $26 - $55


"The Nutcracker": Holiday Classic by Fairfax Symphony Orchestra
at George Mason University's Center for the Arts, Fairfax

Fairfax Symphony Orchestra's new production of "The Nutcracker" tops everyone's holiday wish-list this year. Complete with beautiful fairies, handsome princes, dancing snowflakes and a lovely young girl making her way to the Land of Sweets, the show embodies the beauty and spirit of the season. Artistic director Margaret Virkus and music director Christopher Zimmerman lend their expertise to the classic musical tale, destined to become a new favorite holiday family tradition at George Mason University's Center for the Arts.

Offer Dates: December 16

Full Price: $39 - $65  |  Our Price: $25.35 - $42.25


Dinner Theater With the Creepy, Kooky "Addams Family"
at The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children's Theater, Hagerstown

Everyone's favorite creepy clan "The Addams Family" hits the stage with a macabre musical that's so hilarious it's scary. Gather around the family mansion and watch Morticia and Gomez wrestle with a nightmarish turn of events. Their daughter, the ever-precocious Wednesday, has done the scariest thing imaginable -- she's fallen in love with an average, run-of-the-mill boy. What's worse, she wants her freaky family to pretend to be "normal" for one night to impress her new boyfriend's parents. Watch what happens when Pugsley, Grandmama, Uncle Fester and Lurch put their own horrific spin on hospitality. Inspired by Charles Addams' iconic comic strip and featuring a script written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice ("Jersey Boys"), this family-friendly production of the Tony-nominated musical lurks into the Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater. Your ticket includes salad bar, hot buffet dinner and dessert.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Titanic Masquerade Halloween Yacht Party
at Mount Vernon Yacht, Washington

Rock the boat this Halloween and set sail on the this Pier Pressure outing, a four-hour party featuring a three-hour party cruise in DC. Two world-class, open-format DJs are set to spin the hits on the Mount Vernon Yacht, a ship offering three large decks, two floors of music and plenty of panoramic windows to soak up the beautiful DC sunset and ocean views. Dress like an inhabitant of the famed Titanic ship, then kick back, relax, hit the well-stocked cash bars and enjoy a full afternoon of dancing and fun.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $59  |  Our Price: $39


Family Treasure Hunt Cruise on the Boomerang Pirate Ship
at Boomerang Pirate Ship, Washington

Set sail for an afternoon of swashbuckling fun as you and your little mateys search for adventure and booty. This family cruise takes place aboard the Boomerang Pirate Ship, which holds the city's treasure. But the keys to the chest have been stolen by rascally scallywags, and your job is to recover them. You'll search the waterways of the Potomac, armed with water cannons and pirate bravado while having fun playing games, dancing and getting your face painted. Little buccaneers and their parents will love this creative cruise idea, complete with on-board snacks and drinks for purchase, and will be sent home with treasure and souvenirs after enjoying an afternoon on the water seeing the sights in a whole new way.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra: Music that Runs Millenia Deep
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

Let the melodies of a lost Chinese civilization carry you away with this breathtaking show presented by Falun Dafa Association of DC. The rippling notes of the pipa transport you to an imperial banquet, where maidens dance under a silvery moon. In a sudden shift, powerful drumbeats conjure an ancient battlefield where the valor of heroes stands out. The New York-based Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra was formed in response to the many theatergoers who longed to hear the music of Shen Yun -- the phenomenally successful dance spectacular -- in concert form. Shen Yun's approach, from the composition to the expression of the music, results in a vivid sound with deep emotional range. It's the ultimate in musical storytelling. The Orchestra's performance at North Bethesda's Music Center at Strathmore features Shen Yun's most celebrated original compositions and award-winning singers, along with timeless orchestral classics by Dvorak, Suppé and Tchaikovsky.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $35 - $105  |  Our Price: $35 - $105


"Getting Paid to Talk": An Introduction to Voice-Over
at Capital Hilton, Washington

Ever been told you've got a great speaking voice? If you're interested in breaking into the growing world of voice acting for documentaries, cartoons, commercials and more, this popular introductory seminar is a great first step. Learn from an experienced professional what a professional voice demo sounds like, how to avoid common mistakes and what types are most in demand. Plus, you'll even get to record your own mock commercial script under the direction of the instructor-producer. Filled with practical advice rather than bogus "get rich quick" secrets, "Getting Paid to Talk" could be your first step towards an exciting new career, or just a fun and fascinating glimpse inside a unique industry.

Offer Dates: November 21

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: COMP - $15


Acclaimed Author Jhumpa Lahiri
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Jhumpa Lahiri is the author of four widely acclaimed works of fiction: "Interpreter of Maladies, The Namesake, Unaccustomed Earth" and "The Lowland", as well as two works of nonfiction: "In Other Words" and "The Clothing of Books". She translated the novel "Ties" by Domenico Starnone from Italian and has received numerous awards -- including the Pulitzer Prize, the PEN/Hemingway Award, the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award and many more. Now you can be there to celebrate her win of the 2017 PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in the Short Story at the Folger Theatre.

Offer Dates: December 8

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


International Gem & Jewelry Show Sparkles in DC
at Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington

You're sure to be dazzled by the International Gem and Jewelry Show's unmatched display of gems, jewelry, beads, accessories and minerals. For close to 50 years, the acclaimed bauble fest known as InterGem has traveled to locations across the country with the largest selection of jewelry all under one roof -- and now it's coming to the Washington Marriott Wardman Park. Expect to find colored gemstones, exquisite fine jewelry, gold and silver earrings, necklaces and bracelets, beads and crystals, ethnic jewelry, classic pearls, vintage estate jewelry, engagement rings and wedding bands, designer watches and one-of-a-kind seasonal pieces. With special show pricing and a huge selection direct from worldwide designers and manufacturers, this event is perfect for gem enthusiasts, jewelry lovers or anyone looking for unique new accessories at great prices.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $6  |  Our Price: COMP


Alice in Chains Tribute Band Aces in Chains
at The State Theatre, Falls Church

Aces in Chains pay homage to '90s alt-rockers Alice in Chains, playing tracks from albums like "Jar of Flies", "Dirt " and the legendary MTV Unplugged release. The reproduction artists hit the State Theatre in Falls Church to rock out in honor of Layne Staley and his crew of trailblazing modern rockers.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP


Bobby McKey's Dueling Piano Show: Hear the Hits in Fun, Interactive Show
at Bobby McKey's Dueling Piano Bar, National Harbor

Just try and stump the talented singer-piano duo on stage each night at Bobby McKey's. Whether it's Beyoncé or Beethoven, Jay Z or ZZ Top, Meatloaf or Mozart, these guys are sure to have it covered. DC's only dueling piano bar hosts these entertaining and interactive shows, where the wait staff has been known to jump on stage to perform choreographed dance routines and where you and your friends are encouraged to get in on the action as well. Plus, Bobby McKey's boasts a full bar with specialty drinks, beer on tap and plenty of snacks and sandwiches to order.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $8.50


Nina's Dandy Lunch and Brunch Cruises With National Monument Views
at Nina's Dandy, Alexandria

Cruise from historic old town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums, to Georgetown and back on this relaxing midday 2 1/2-hour sail on the Potomac. Soak up the sights on this narrated tour, including Washington's famous cherry blossom trees -- a gift from Japan in 1912 -- and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials. Along the way, enjoy a three-course lunch with salad, entree and dessert served at your table. Or, set out for a champagne brunch cruise on Sunday, and you'll find a buffet filled with a variety of breakfast and lunch treats.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 21, October 22, October 29, November 2, November 5, November 14

Full Price: $50 - $60  |  Our Price: $36 - $43


Magicians Battle Head-to-Head in "Catch Me: A Magic Duel"
at The Mayflower Hotel, Washington

Two of the capitol's most incredible illusionists battle for the title of Washington D.C.'s Favorite Magician in "Catch Me: A Magic Duel". Witness professional magic masters Brian Curry and Mark Phillips as they go head-to-head in a contest where the audience will select which styles of magic are performed. The crowd also gets to judge the performance and decide who will go home with the coveted Golden Wand Award. Staged at the historic Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC, this fun, awe-inspiring event is not a children's magic show and is intended for those age 15 or older.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 21, November 10, November 10, November 11, November 11

Full Price: $50 - $70  |  Our Price: $25 - $35


Dia de los Muertos Celebration Through Classical Music
at Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington

Pay tribute to Dia de los Muertos, the Mexican Day of the Dead, with the New Orchestra of Washington at the Mexican Cultural Institute in D.C. NOW will be playing Mozart's magnificent Requiem in D minor ("Mass for the Dead"), featuring the voices of National Cathedral's professional choir, Cathedra. Experience the vibrant culture of Mexico with two gorgeous contemporary works by Javier Alvarez and Emmanuel Arias Y Luna, performed by NOW's new string-quartet-in-residence, the Aeolus Quartet.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"The Nutcracker": Magical and Beloved Holiday Ballet From Ballet Theatre of Maryland
at Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, Bowie

With eye-popping costumes, stirring choreography and Tchaikovsky's timeless score, Ballet Theatre of Maryland's performance of "The Nutcracker" will enchant the entire family. This annual holiday ballet tells the story of a young girl named Clara who receives a magical nutcracker doll one Christmas Eve and sets out on a wondrous journey to the Land of the Snow and the Kingdom of Sweets. Bowie Center for the Performing Arts is the perfect place to experience this much-beloved production that always dazzles with its battling mice, dancing snowflakes, waltzing flowers and the delightful Sugar Plum Fairy.

Offer Dates: November 25

Full Price: $30 - $52  |  Our Price: $10 - $20


"The Nutcracker": Magical and Beloved Holiday Ballet From Ballet Theatre of Maryland
at Maryland Hall, Annapolis

With eye-popping costumes, stirring choreography and Tchaikovsky's timeless score, Ballet Theatre of Maryland's performance of "The Nutcracker" will enchant the entire family. This annual holiday ballet tells the story of a young girl named Clara who receives a magical nutcracker doll one Christmas Eve and sets out on a wondrous journey to the Land of the Snow and the Kingdom of Sweets. Maryland Hall in Annapolis is the perfect place to experience this much-beloved production that always dazzles with its battling mice, dancing snowflakes, waltzing flowers and the delightful Sugar Plum Fairy.

Offer Dates: December 9, December 16

Full Price: $30 - $52  |  Our Price: $18 - $26


"A Christmas Carol -- A Ghost Story of Christmas": A Twist on the Holiday Favorite
at The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children's Theater, Hagerstown

An original adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale of redemption and holiday cheer comes to the Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater for the first time. "A Christmas Carol -- A Ghost Story of Christmas" is a haunting yet heartwarming -- and frequently very funny -- reimagining of the journey of miserly Ebenezer Scrooge and the three ghostly spirits that visit him on Christmas Eve. This adaptation of the classic tale puts the story's supernatural elements front and center for a high spirited and spooky production that prompted a critic for the Hartford "Advocate" to opine, "If Alfred Hitchcock had done "A Christmas Carol", he'd have done it exactly like this."

Offer Dates: November 17, November 18, November 24, November 25, December 1, December 2, December 3, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 15, December 16

Full Price: $44 - $49.50  |  Our Price: $22 - $24.75


Acclaimed One-Man Odyssey Through America
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Inspired by 100 days traveling in a van through small-town America, actor-journalist Dan Hoyle enacts a multi-character encounter with the people at ground zero of our country's growing economic inequality and polarized politics. Hoyle's quest to "break the liberal bubble" sends him on an unforgettable journey into the lives of the real Americans: union coal miners, rural drug dealers, anti-war Veterans and closeted gay creation theory experts, to name just a few. Find out why "The Huffington Post" hailed "The Real Americans" as "nothing short of brilliant: unsettling, poignant, and hilarious," when Mosaic Theater Company presents it at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, DC.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 12, November 15, November 16, November 17

Full Price: $10 - $60  |  Our Price: $5 - $30


Lila Downs Blends Pop, Folk & Mexican Sounds
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

Grammy Award-winning Mexican-American musical artist Lila Downs has been thrilling audiences and defying genres for decades. She reinterprets music from its roots, fusing together folk, pop, the ranchera music of Mexico, jazz and blues. Downs' unique mélange of languages and cultures, aided by her upbringing in both Minnesota and Oaxaca, allows her to bridge traditions from across the Americas. She plays Bethesda's Music Center at Strathmore as part of its "Windows to the World" international music series.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $41


Screening of Shakespearean Political Thriller
at Folger Theatre, Washington

A full-throttle war play that revels in the sweat of the battlefield, "Coriolanus" will transport you back to the emergence of the republic of Rome. Caius Martius Coriolanus is a fearless soldier but a reluctant leader. His ambitious mother attempts to carve him a path to political power, but he struggles to change his nature and do what is required to achieve greatness. In this new city-state struggling to find its feet, where the gap between rich and poor is widening every day, Coriolanus must decide who he really is and where his allegiances lie. Catch this screening of Royal Shakespeare Company's visceral production of "Coriolanus" at Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: December 10

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $15


Sibling Rivalry Turns Hilarious in Satire "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike"
at The Highwood Theatre, Silver Spring

The Tony Award winner for Best Play of 2013, "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike", Christopher Durang's hit Broadway satire, skewers the classic dramas of Anton Chekhov through an absurdist tale of family dysfunction -- but you don't have to be a student of Russian literature to appreciate this zany farce. Siblings Vanya and Sonia live a quiet life in the Bucks County farmhouse where they grew up. But when their movie star sister Masha returns home unannounced with Spike, her 20-something boy toy, an unforgettable weekend ensues. See this tale of sibling rivalry, regret and raucousness in this hilarious production at the Highwood Theatre in Silver Spring.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $14


NYC Comedy Invades D.C. With Jordan Raybould
at Town Tavern, Washington

Jordan Raybould is a rising star on the New York comedy scene and now he's hitting the Town Tavern in Washington to share the love. As if that weren't enough reason to make you want to turn off the TV and head out for some real laughs, Jordan's bringing some of his funny New York friends with him. They're people you've seen on Comedy Central, MTV, Netflix and other places. (Yeah, we know those are all on TV. But wouldn't you rather see these performers in person?) Oh, and he's bringing his brother Bret with him, too.

Offer Dates: November 10, January 12, February 9

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Ravens vs. Colts: Christmas Week
at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Kick off your holiday by joining the Flock to cheer on the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium the weekend before Christmas. This late-season AFC match-up between Baltimore and the Indianapolis Colts is bound to have playoff implications for both teams, who closed out the 2016 season with identical 8-8 records, and who're itching to make another run at the postseason. The Colts' stars include exciting wide receiver T.Y. Hilton and running back Frank Gore, while versatile veteran QB Joe Flacco continues to lead the home team for head coach John Harbaugh.

Offer Dates: December 23

Full Price: $90.35 - $135.20  |  Our Price: $75 - $115


Cruise Past the National Monuments: Candlelight Dinner & Dancing
at Nina's Dandy, Alexandria

Cruise from historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums of DC, to Georgetown and back to Alexandria on Nina's Dandy Dinner Cruise. Soak in the sights, including Washington's famous cherry blossom trees -- a gift from Japan in 1912 -- and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials while enjoying a three-course meal by candlelight, served tableside, followed by dancing on the ship's elegant marble dance floor or under the stars on the upper deck. Live music welcomes you aboard and accompanies the dining experience.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 25, October 28, November 4, November 8, November 12, November 18, November 25, November 30

Full Price: $98 - $108  |  Our Price: $66 - $76


Madcap Comedy "Moon Over Buffalo"
at James Lee Community Center, Falls Church

In this rollicking farce set backstage at the Erlanger Theatre in Buffalo in 1953, a husband-and-wife acting team with a crumbling marriage struggle to keep their repertory ensemble together long enough to allow famed director Frank Capra to see them perform. But with a pregnant ingenue, a drunk leading man and a surprise visit from their daughter, things quickly go horribly (and hilariously) wrong. Mistaken identities, outrageous plot twists, slapstick comedy and a slew of self-obsessed performers desperately try to keep things from falling apart. The Providence Players kick off their 20th anniversary season with this fast-paced comedy at the James Lee Community Center Theater in Falls Church.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $8 - $10


"American Spirit": Classic Songs Live
at Carlyle Club, Alexandria

Travel back in time to three groundbreaking concerts in "American Spirit", a unique tribute concert that showcases the best music of the 1960s and a spirit of unity that helped forge our country. You'll be transported to 1963 New York for the Motortown Revue at the Apollo Theatre; swinging Vegas for Frank Sinatra and Count Basie's "Concert of the Century" in 1966; and Detroit's Fox Theatre for Motown's Final Revue in 1968. This show at the Carlyle Club in Alexandria will make you sing, laugh, cry and remember.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 26, October 27

Full Price: $38  |  Our Price: $19


Temptation '70s Vs. '80s Dance Party
at The State Theatre, Falls Church

Shake your groove thing as DJ Skruggz and The Angel go at it with a '70s vs. '80s showdown at the State Theatre. DJ Skruggz is no strangers to the nightlife scene -- he's based out of the Washington area and has spun records in D.C.'s best alternative clubs. Opening band The Wavos get the party started playing rocktronic dance-pop with a chewy '80s alternawave center. Experience the best beats from two legendary decades at this hot dance party.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


"A Circus Carol" Puts a Spin on Holiday Shows
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

It's holiday pageant time at W.T. Dickens High School! Chaos reigns supreme throughout the school halls as teachers, administrators and students try to get it together in time for their annual holiday production. As the circus atmosphere comes to life, incredible aerial performances dazzle and bring our characters together to rise above (literally!) the holiday madness. Don't miss "A Circus Carol" at Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: December 16, December 16, December 17

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Meet Other Women, Make New Friends at Speed Friending for Women
at Finn & Porter, Washington

Whether you're new to the city or just looking to expand your circle of women friends, Professionals in the City has just the ticket: a female-centric night of speed friending. Finding and making friends can be just as tricky as dating, and this event takes the tried-and-true speed dating model and puts it to use for platonic purposes! Head to DC's hip and trendy Finn & Porter, where you'll have the chance to have brief, timed conversations with multiple women over the course of the evening. After the event, you can use the exclusive online messaging system to connect with potential new friends who sparked your interest.

Offer Dates: November 30

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: COMP - $15


Rock Creek Cemetery Walking Tour
at Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington

While a cemetery might not seem like the ideal place for a stroll or a picnic, in the 19th century, places like the Rock Creek Church Yard and Cemetery offered visitors tranquil settings in which they could escape city life. In this walking tour from Washington Walks, you'll get a chance to reconsider cemeteries for their aesthetic beauty. First established in 1719, Rock Creek was later expanded and today features a rolling landscape and pathways that wind beneath groves of trees. You'll stop to admire the artfully crafted sculptures, tombstones and mausoleums of some of the most prominent citizens in the city's history, including writer Gore Vidal, brewer and philanthropist Christian Heurich, and Henry and Marian Adams, whose stunning memorial was designed by August Saint-Gaudens.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus Tour of D.C.
at Big Bus Tours, Washington

Big Bus Tours' buses take you all around the nation's capital, allowing you to choose from any of three different routes to customize your sightseeing experience, also including admission to Madame Tussauds. Hop off the bus to take an in-depth look at any of the capital's most famous landmarks, and just hop back on when you're ready to continue your journey. The Red Loop includes such museums and sights as The American History Museum, Natural History Museum, Jefferson Memorial and Smithsonian Castle. The Blue Loop includes the Arlington Cemetery, Pentagon City Mall, the Holocaust Museum and the WWII Memorial. The Yellow Loop travels past the Kennedy Center, Georgetown Harbor, Dupont Circle, White House & US Treasury and more. Please see the full event description for further information.

Offer Dates: March 29

Full Price: $29 - $49  |  Our Price: $23.75 - $42


"Much Ado About Nothing" -- Shakespeare's Rom-Com
at Annapolis Shakespeare Company's Main Stage, Annapolis

Mischief and merriment await in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing", the original battle of the sexes. This witty romantic comedy shows how love brings out the best and worst in all of us. Fun-loving bachelor Benedick returns from a victory at war only to find himself caught up in another battle: a war of wits and words with the acid-tongued, headstrong Beatrice. Though they've each sworn off romance, their "merry war" of clever insults reveals the growing attraction between them. Meanwhile, Benedick's fellow soldier, Claudio, is head over heels for Hero, the governor's daughter. They will soon be wed ... if the treacherous Don John doesn't ruin everything first. Passionate and blindingly funny, "Much Ado About Nothing" is filled with some of the most brilliant comedic repartee ever written, and now you can see it at the Annapolis Shakespeare Company's Main Stage.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $48  |  Our Price: $38


Night of the Musical Tsars: Rachmaninoff & Shostakovich
at George Mason University's Center for the Arts, Fairfax

Pianist Claire Huangci joins the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra for a stunning performance of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2, one the composer's most popular and enduring pieces. Huangci is a remarkable talent, beginning as young prodigy and winning first prize at Chopin competitions in 2009 and 2010. The symphonic highlight of the evening is Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony, a monumental work that received an ovation that lasted well over half an hour following its 1937 premiere in Leningrad. The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra performs works of the Russian masters at George Mason University's Center for the Arts.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $53 - $65  |  Our Price: $26.50 - $32.50


Architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Affair Explored Through Modern Opera
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Celebrity architect Frank Lloyd Wright made his mark on the design world with over 1,000 designed structures, many of which remain as preserved, highly regarded homes in Los Angeles. Does cheating dismiss the work of this genius? "Shining Brow" explores the steamy affair between Wright and Mamah Borthwick Cheney, a high-spirited feminist who was, at the time, a client's very attractive wife. While both parties left their spouses, the couple was under constant public ridicule until Cheney's murder by fire. This opera from Daron Hagen takes a psychological look into one of America's greatest minds at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Portrait of Female Genius La Marquise du Châtelet
at Gunston Arts Center, Arlington

La Marquise du Châtelet was a woman born in the wrong era. A brilliant mathematician and physicist, she was the toast of the Enlightenment. Nevertheless, she's not a very well known historical figure. Voltaire got it right when he said du Châtelet was "a great man whose only fault was being a woman." Now Lauren Gunderson's play "Emilie: La Marquise du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight" resurrects this fascinating personality. Emilie finds herself back in the world of the living, patting her body in surprise and wondering at the reason for her return. She soon becomes desperate to find out whether her challenge to one of Isaac Newton's equations was correct. "I died thinking: Was I right?" she explains. "Shortly followed by: Was I loved? Shortly followed by: Does either one really matter in the end?" This smart, surprising and sexy portrait of a true genius is onstage at the Gunston Arts Center in Arlington.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $10 - $35  |  Our Price: $5 - $17.50


Contradiction Dance Theatre's "Forgiveness: Love More Wildly"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

"Forgiveness: Love More Wildly" is a dance theater performance that unpacks the stages of letting go and moving on. In this Atlas Performing Arts Center performance, D.C.'s Contradiction Dance presents scenes taken from life, history and an imagined future, interwoven with original dance and music. The words of acclaimed poet, Miki Devivo thread through the production, providing a poignant, cohesive literary context. You'll hear an original score by performer Jessica Denson and see choreography by the troupe's artistic director, Kelly King, in collaboration with veteran company member Erica Chamblee.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Neil Simon's Pulitzer-Winning Dramedy "Lost in Yonkers"
at Congregation Har Shalom, Potomac

In classic comedies like "The Odd Couple", "The Sunshine Boys" and "Plaza Suite", Neil Simon tickled audiences' funny bones -- but in "Lost in Yonkers", he touched their hearts. Winner of four Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, "Lost in Yonkers" finds Simon at his best, spinning a great story with memorable characters that make you laugh "and" make you care. Set in 1942 New York, this nostalgic play focuses on two young brothers left in the care of their formidable grandmother for the longest 10 months of their lives. The old woman is anything but affectionate, and the rest of the family -- including their sweet, simple-minded Aunt Bella and small-time gangster Uncle Louie -- suffer under her tyrannical rule, until tensions build toward a climactic confrontation. Don't miss this Peace Mountain Theatre Company production of a Neil Simon classic at Congregation Har Shalom in Potomac.

Offer Dates: October 26, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 5, November 5

Full Price: $24  |  Our Price: $12


Spirit Cruises' Buffet Cruises: Dining, Dancing, Views & More
at Spirit of Washington, Washington

Step aboard the Spirit ship for unparalleled cruising fun on the Potomac River. Dine on a delicious buffet meal, dance to Top 40, country and R&B hits from the DJ, and catch breathtaking views of the Potomac River and the historic sights of our nation's capital. Soak in the fresh air, sip on delicious cocktails and see the spectacular monuments of DC by day or illuminated by night on this special three-hour excursion. Keep an eye out for special holiday cruises as well.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 5, December 8

Full Price: $116.91 - $132.87  |  Our Price: $81.84 - $93.01


"Monuments by Night" Puts D.C. Landmarks on Display
at Smithsonian Metro Station, Washington

See the majestic landmarks of Washington in a new light with the "Monuments by Night" tour. You'll get to skip the crowded sidewalks and cruise around town in an electric roadster. And you won't miss a thing -- this two-hour tour takes you past all the must-see locations in D.C. You'll check out the FDR, MLK and Lincoln memorials, and get the inside scoop on the White House, Capitol and Smithsonian buildings. You'll also get great tips on dining, drink and other awesome stops in the nation's capital.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 23, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 30, October 31, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 6, November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 13, November 14, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 20, November 21, November 22, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 27, November 28, November 29, November 30

Full Price: $56  |  Our Price: $33


No Pulp Comedy Show Presents D.C.'s Best Local Comics
at The Black Squirrel, Washington

The No Pulp Comedy Show is cool and refreshing like a tall glass of orange juice, bringing together some of the Washington, D.C. area's best and brightest comics and blending them together for a monthly showcase that's high in vitamin C -- comedy. Don't miss this juicy lineup at The Black Squirrel in the District.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 25, November 29

Full Price: COMP  |  Our Price: FREE


Ravens Take on the Dolphins
at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

The Fish meet the Birds at M&T Bank Stadium in this Week 8 match-up between two AFC Division teams. The Dolphins have a new look under center, with Jay Cutler coming out of retirement to lead the Fish alongside running back Jay Ajayi. Meanwhile, Baltimore's looking to land a trip to the postseason behind versatile veteran quarterback Joe Flacco and a receiving corps that includes Jeremy Maclin and Breshad Perriman. Join the flock, enjoy all the live NFL action and cheer the Ravens on to victory.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $90.35 - $118.90  |  Our Price: $55 - $77


"The Nutcracker": Magical Holiday Favorite
at Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric, Baltimore

With stunning costumes, stirring choreography and live music from the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, the Ballet Theatre of Maryland's annual production of "The Nutcracker" always brings the magic. This holiday favorite tells the story of a young girl named Clara who receives an enchanted nutcracker doll one Christmas Eve and sets out on a wondrous journey to the Land of the Snow and the Kingdom of Sweets. With sets that take advantage of its vast proscenium, the Lyric is the perfect place to experience this much-beloved ballet that always dazzles with its battling mice, dancing snowflakes, waltzing flowers and the delightful Sugar Plum Fairy. See it just two days before Christmas.

Offer Dates: December 23, December 23

Full Price: $63.70 - $74  |  Our Price: $27 - $59


AMP Comedy Nights: Live Stand-Up
at AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda

When was the last time you truly laughed? Not just a brief chuckle, not a quick smile as you respond "LOL" to a text, but a real, belly-shaking laugh? If you can't remember, now's the time to head to AMP by Strathmore in North Bethesda for AMP Comedy Nights. Strathmore is teaming up with Comedy Zone to bring you a rotating lineup of incredibly funny comedians. See stand-ups that have appeared on HBO and Comedy Central, as well as up-and-coming acts that are sure to be the next big thing in the comedy scene. And no matter what night you go, enjoy a true "laugh out loud" experience that no YouTube clip can match.

Offer Dates: October 26, November 8, November 30

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $7


"The Way of the World": Sex & Status in the Hamptons
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Mae is a sweet-natured woman with just a little baggage -- a $600 million inheritance. When her womanizing boyfriend Henry dallies with her protective aunt, the world seems too much for her. Both women become the object of ridicule and scandal -- but Henry has a plan to win the heiress back. In the lush and opulent land inhabited by the Hamptons' one percent, where money and status determine everything, can love conquer all? Freely adapted by Theresa Rebeck (co-creator of the hit TV show "Smash" and Broadway's "Seminar" and "Mauritius") from William Congreve's classic comedy of manners, "The Way of the World" is a sparklingly witty physical comedy illuminating the foibles of the upper class. See on the stage of Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: January 10, January 11, January 12, January 13, January 14, January 17, January 18, January 19, January 20, January 20, January 21, January 24, January 25, January 28, January 30, January 31, February 1, February 2

Full Price: $27 - $79  |  Our Price: $20.25 - $59.25


Minnesota Vikings Take on Washington Redskins
at FedExField, Landover

Icy marauders from the North invade FedExField as the Minnesota Vikings wage epic battle against the Washington Redskins. Get ready to fill the crisp November air with rowdy revelry, whether you're proudly hailing the home team or you're bravely singing "Skol, Vikings!" If you still have room after you and the rest of your gridiron gang are done tailgating, you can fuel up on stadium specialties such as red velvet chicken and waffles, and buffalo chicken sausage. Wash it all down with a craft beer as you cheer the home team on to valiant victory.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $122.65 - $195.20  |  Our Price: $59 - $140


"Hamlet": Classic Drama With a Twist
at Sleepy Hollow United Methodist Church, Falls Church

Shakespeare's classic tragedy "Hamlet" comes to the stage, but this time, with a gender twist. Hamlet returns home after her mother's death to find that her father has married her aunt, ascending the aunt to the throne of Denmark. Her mother's ghost appears, asking Hamlet to avenge her murder. Hamlet is then led on a twisting ride of madness, murder, and discovery in this production from Port City Playhouse at the Sleepy Hollow United Methodist Church in Falls Church.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Washington Jewish Music Festival
at Edlavitch DCJCC, Washington

The Washington Jewish Music Festival is the flagship of the Edlavitch DCJCC's year-round music program. Established in 1999, the WJMF promotes a broader appreciation of Jewish culture and connects the greater Washington, D.C. community through music. WJMF presents extraordinary performing artists who preserve and invigorate Jewish music in contemporary culture. Through collaborations, educational programming and free events, the Festival actively engages people throughout the greater D.C. community in cross-cultural dialogue.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 4, November 5, November 5, November 5, November 6, November 7, November 11, November 12

Full Price: $8 - $35  |  Our Price: COMP - $17.50


"Poe": An Original Play
at Annapolis Shakespeare Company's Main Stage, Annapolis

"Poe" takes a fascinating look at the legendary figure of Edgar Allen Poe, exploring his poetry and the muse that inspired his prolific writing. The Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents this original play by Tony Tsendeas -- starring Brian Keith MacDonald -- for four performances only this Halloween season.

Offer Dates: October 23, October 25, October 30, November 1

Full Price: $48  |  Our Price: $38


The Most Haunted Houses of Washington Tour: Mysterious & Macabre Tales
at Octagon House, Washington

Chills, thrills and intriguing mysteries crowd the haunted and historic homes of Washington's Lafayette Park in this tour presented by Washington Walks. Violent quarrels, vicious attacks, murder, suicide -- there's a lot going on in this seven-acre stretch of the city. On this eerie tour, you'll see the homes of Navy hero Stephen Decatur, as well as man of letters Henry Adams and his troubled wife Clover. Relive the fateful night of April 14, 1865, when the grim reaper stalked more than Abraham Lincoln. The tour begins at the house considered the most haunted home in the city: The Octagon. While this walk does not include interior visits to any of the buildings featured, the stories behind them will leave you happy to simply view them from the outside.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"The Birds and the Bees: Unabridged"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

A rousing comic exploration of the interwoven lives of eight women confronting their own sexuality. Through dialogue, movement, media and song, "The Birds and the Bees: Unabridged" tackles themes sexual health, street harassment, hook-up culture, the de-sexualization of aging women, virginity, partner communication, consent and more. Presented at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, this D.C. debut of Honest Accomplice marks the arrival of an inter-generational ensemble devising new work that surfaces the nuanced, non-binary experiences of women and trans people.

Offer Dates: November 27

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $10


Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio at JCC of Northern Virginia
at Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia, Fairfax

Experience the flash and finesse of flamenco guitar virtuoso Juanito Pascual when he and his New Flamenco Trio take the stage at the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia in Fairfax. Called "one of the hottest flamenco guitarists in recent years" by NPR, Pascual's engaging mix of traditional and contemporary flamenco guitar with such influences as Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis and J.S. Bach have earned him acclaim in both the U.S. and Spain, and he's played at such prestigious venues as NYC's Lincoln Center and Madrid's Casa Patas. For this special concert event, kosher wine from Spain will be available for purchase at the door.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $27  |  Our Price: $13.50


"The Bridges of Madison County": Romantic Musical Based on Beloved Novel
at Kensington Town Hall, Kensington

Inspired by the best-selling novel and critically acclaimed film, the theatrical adaptation of "The Bridges of Madison County" continues its legacy as one of the most romantic stories ever told. Set in a sleepy Iowa town, the musical follows a bored housewife who finds her life forever changed when she meets a traveling "National Geographic" photographer. What begins as a chance encounter evolves into an exhilarating whirlwind of passion, desire and everlasting love in what's been hailed by "New York Daily News" as "one of Broadway's best in the last decade." Featuring a stunning soundtrack from Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown, this stirring production of Pulitzer Prize winner Marsha Norman's "The Bridges of Madison County" will sweep you off your feet at the Kensington Town Hall.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Experimental Latin Band: Combo Chimbita
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

With a sound described as "Tropical Futurist," New York-based Combo Chimbita draws on its members' Colombian roots, blending Latin flavors with experimental music influences for an exciting sound. Carolina Oliveros belts out Spanish-language vocals over infectious percussive beats and trippy synths and guitars for a hypnotic effect that landed the group on "Brooklyn Magazine"'s list of 15 NYC Bands You Need To Hear. Washington, D.C.'s own Colombian imports, Gaiteros de Sanguashington, open this concert at Atlas Performing Arts Center.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Magic, Mentalism & Comedy at "Willard & Wood: An Evening of Impossibilities"
at Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbour, Baltimore

Prepare to be shocked by uncanny mental feats and otherworldly occurrences at "Willard & Wood: An Evening of Impossibilities", hosted by two of the Washington, D.C. area's top magicians. In this show at the Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbour, Willard Royal and Peter Wood blend magic, mentalism and a healthy dose of clean comedy for an intimate and up-close performance that harkens back to the private parlor magic shows that dazzled high society crowds more than a century ago. Come dressed in your finest cocktail attire for this extraordinarily enchanting performance.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 25, December 30

Full Price: $45 - $65  |  Our Price: $22.50 - $32.50


Georgetown Architecture Tour
at DC Design Tours - Baked & Wired, Washington

Established 50 years before Washington DC itself, Georgetown originated as a gritty port city on the banks of the Potomac River. Despite its modest beginnings, Georgetown eventually came to play host to some of the most expensive and desirable property in the District. Home to palatial mansions, elegant cemeteries, stately churches, and a world-class university, join DC Design Tours to explore the highlights of DC's most exclusive neighborhood, with a focus on architecture and urban planning.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29, November 5, November 12, November 19

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Ballet Theatre of Maryland's "Beauty and the Beast"
at Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, Bowie

Experience the magic, the metaphor, the humor and the romance when the Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents the hauntingly transformative retelling of the classic fairytale "Beauty and the Beast" at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts near Baltimore. Enter an enchanted castle where Beauty discovers that nothing is what it seems. Be enthralled as she tries to tame the vicious Beast through the power of love. Become a part of the magic that unravels the hideous spell keeping the Beast captive.

Offer Dates: April 8

Full Price: $30 - $52  |  Our Price: $10 - $20


Tom Arnold ("Roseanne", "True Lies") Does Stand-Up
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

Watching Tom Arnold perform stand-up is like spending an evening listening to that one really hilarious friend who's packed nine lives into one -- so far. Arnold pokes fun at his Midwest upbringing, his marital adventures and absurd shenanigans with Hollywood friends. First gaining widespread recognition as an actor and a writer for the hit '90s sit-com "Roseanne", Arnold has since amassed a long and impressive resume of credits. He had roles in the films "Nine Months", "True Lies", "Hero" and "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery", and took on acclaimed dramatic roles in "Gardens of the Night", "The Great Buck Howard", "The Year of Getting to Know Us" and "Happy Endings". On the Fox Sports Network, Arnold hosted "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" and the kids' baseball show "Kid Pitch". But it all began with his career in stand-up comedy when he was still in college. Watch the hilarious entertainer do what he does best on the stage of Arlington Drafthouse in the D.C. area.

Offer Dates: November 3, November 4

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Improv Comedy at The Highwood Theatre
at The Highwood Theatre, Silver Spring

Make plans to see Highwood's Improv Comedy Night and get ready to laugh your tush off. Named one of the top ten comedy shows in the D.C. area by DC Thrillist, the show gathers Washington, D.C.'s best improv groups for a night of spontaneous fun at Silver Spring's The Highwood Theatre. You never know what these comedians will throw at you when they transform audience suggestions into hilarious and original sketches. Whether you're an improv newbie or veteran, these funny folks will have everything to suit your comedy palate, including political humor, pop reference jabs and silly songs.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27, November 3, November 10, November 17, December 1, December 8

Full Price: $11  |  Our Price: $5.50


Two Classic Operas Performed in Spanish & English
at Scottish Rite Temple, Washington

Teatro Lirico of DC presents a double-bill of two of the wittiest zarzuelas in the Spanish lyric repertoire: "El Barbero de Sevilla (The Barber of Seville)" and "Gloria y Peluca (Wigs and Glory)". Gimenez's "Barber of Seville" is a hilarious comedy of errors that uses Rossini's opera as the background of its plot. The barbed references to opera and its divas will make you laugh out loud even if you are not a regular concertgoer. Its polonaise aria "Me llaman la primorosa" is a tour de force often included in concerts by international opera singers. Barbieri's "Wigs and Glory" appropriately complements this program with its virtuoso music influenced by Italian Bel Canto with a Spanish festive twist. "Wigs and Glory" follows the comic misadventures of Marcelo, a barber with opium dreams of becoming an opera composer, and Maria, his more practical wife. The music in both zarzuelas is so infectious you will find yourself humming them after you leave the performance. Performed in Spanish with English surtitles, these two operas make their way to the Scottish Rite Temple.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $65 - $80  |  Our Price: $32 - $43


"Jacques Brel: Songs From His World"
at Source, Washington

Enjoy this cabaret of songs by the Belgian master, known for his devastatingly personal lyrics and his scathing depiction of society. Jacques Brel's songs swept the pop music world of the '50s and '60s -- songs like "Ne me quitte pas," "Amsterdam," "When You Only Have Love" and "Mareike." Enjoy these and many more in the masterful renditions of Byron Jones and Fleta Hylton, with Simon Charette and Brian J. Shaw. "Jacques Brel: Songs From His World" can be seen at Source in Washington, DC.

Offer Dates: November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 18

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $21.50


Washington Jewish Music Festival: Andy Statman
at AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda

Had there been a planetarium in 19th-century Galicia, or a kosher deli in Depression-era Kentucky, Andy Statman's music might have been playing in the background. One of his generation's premier mandolinists and clarinetists, the Brooklyn-based Statman thinks of his compositions as a spontaneous, American-roots form of very personal, prayerful hasidic music, by way of avant-garde jazz. He'll perform a two-set show with his brand new Jewish music trio, leading off a double bill capped by his bluegrass quartet. The Washington Jewish Music Festival is the flagship of the Edlavitch DCJCC's year-round music program. Established in 1999, the WJMF promotes a broader appreciation of Jewish culture and connects the greater Washington, D.C. community through music. Don't miss the fun at the AMP by Strathmore in North Bethesda.

Offer Dates: November 9

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Ghostly Thriller: "The Woman in Black"
at Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton

In this spine-tingling gothic thriller, a lawyer obsessed with a curse that he believes was cast over his family by a specter recruits a skeptical young actor to help him tell his terrifying story in an attempt to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. As the two men recreate the events of an ill-fated night, the suspense builds and the exorcism becomes more of a summoning of the ghost herself. And anyone who sees her dies. This "truly nerve shredding experience" ("The Daily Mail") is not meant for the faint of the heart. So if you're brave enough, visit "The Woman in Black" at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $20 - $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


"The Nutcracker": The Fairfax Ballet
at W.T. Woodson High School, Fairfax

The Fairfax Ballet's performance of Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker" has been a beloved D.C.-area holiday tradition for more than two decades. This famed yuletide ballet tells the story of a young Clara, a girl who receives a magical nutcracker toy one Christmas Eve and dreams that he comes to life. Together they experience a grand adventure that takes them through an epic battle with the Mouse King to the Sugar Plum Fairy's magical Kingdom of Sweets. This always-engaging production features professional guest artists, along with company dancers and students from the Russell School of Ballet.

Offer Dates: November 25, November 25, November 26

Full Price: $23 - $26  |  Our Price: $12 - $13


D.C. United Take the Pitch for Thrilling MLS Action
at RFK Stadium, Washington

One of the founding members of Major League Soccer as well as one of its most successful teams, D.C. United is back on the pitch at RFK Stadium for another season of explosive soccer action. Under head coach Ben Olsen, D.C.'s deep roster boasts a potent mix of returning veterans and exciting young talent. After finding their groove late last season, the Black-and-Red will be looking to make some real waves in 2017 as they take on the MLS' best. Come cheer them on to victory!

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $75.45 - $104.40  |  Our Price: $40 - $55


Music, Champagne & Cabaret in "Holiday Cheers"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Get rosy cheeks like ol' St. Nick and enjoy a special holiday show just for adults. With champagne, cabaret and performances from Capital City Symphony and Congressional Chorus, "Holiday Cheers" is poised to become your new holiday tradition. The interactive fun begins at Atlas PAC in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Brazilian Guitarist Richard Miller
at Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center, Silver Spring

Fall in love again with Ipanema Beach and Corcovado, and the spirit of Jobim and Gilberto as John E. Marlow Guitar celebrates the 55th anniversary of the bossa nova craze in the U.S., with solo and duo guitar performances featuring Brazilian guitarist Richard Miller, Joao Figueiroa and vocalist Debora Watts. This concert takes place at Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


"Jokes & Jazz 7": Comedy Show & Live Music
at Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Washington

"Jokes & Jazz 7" offers up an evening of exceptional live jazz paired with sets from comedians who've hit stages across the nation. In honor of this recurring event's one-year anniversary, there will be an all-star lineup of special performers and surprise guests, including Lafayette Wright and Rob Maher from Comedy Central and Kevin Hart's "Hart of the City". You'll also hear youth jazz artists come together with some seasoned special guests to form a live jazz ensemble. And they'll all share their talents for a good cause. This fundraising event at D.C.'s Pepco Edison Place Gallery benefits youth education initiative CTE Vision Foundation, Inc., which helps give underprivileged and at-risk youth a leg up in pursuing careers in entertainment and the arts. VIP ticket includes hors d'oeuvres and champagne and wine.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $50 - $70  |  Our Price: $20 - $35


"The Diary of Anne Frank"
at Hylton Performing Arts Center, Manassas

"The Diary of Anne Frank" tells the harrowing story of a young Jewish girl who, along with her family and their friends, is forced into hiding within an attic in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, telling her story through the thing she holds most dear: her diary. Based upon the timeless book published from those diaries, this newly adapted play brings the dramatic masterpiece to the stage. Witness the power of Prince William Little Theatre's production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $12.50


Quirky British Comic Daniel Kitson's New Show
at Studio Theatre, Washington

Arguments -- most people would bend over backwards to avoid one. Not Daniel Kitson: he's turning them into his latest stage show. Called "The Salinger of Stand-Up" (London's "The Guardian"), this quirky British comedian is bringing his wry, rapid-fire, digressive storytelling style to "A Short Series of Disagreements Presented Here in Chronological Order". Kitson has performed off-Broadway and in numerous award-winning shows at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and now he makes his Washington, D.C., debut at the Studio Theatre with this piece told entirely through a blend of debates, discussions, tiffs and squabbles.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $20


Alexandria Symphony Orchestra Performs Masterworks
at Various DC/MD/VA Locations -- Alexandria Symphony Orchestra, Washington

Called "a force to be reckoned with" by "The Washington Post", the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra has been captivating audiences for nearly 75 years. With "living legend" maestro Kim Allen Kluge retiring, ASO's current season features the four final candidates for Music Director who will conduct and program four pairs of concerts as their audition for the permanent position. Michael Rossi is the founder and Artistic Director of the Miami Summer Music Festival. James Ross is currently Director of Orchestras at the University of Maryland and serves on the faculty at Juilliard. Nicholas Hersh serves as Associate Conductor with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and José-Luis Novo leads the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra as Music Director and Conductor.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $40 - $70  |  Our Price: $20 - $35


Modern Art Tour at National Gallery East Wing
at National Gallery of Art East Building Information Desk, Washington

Professional museum tour guide Stephen Mead takes you through the National Gallery of Art's East Building, where you'll explore modern and contemporary art during this two-hour tour. He'll walk you and talk you through the stories of Pablo Picasso, Georgia O'Keefe, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollack, and Andy Warhol. View 40-plus pieces of modern art and learn what the message of each might be and get to know the artists behind them. Mead lived in London for several years, where he led exhibit tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum and gave talks for the UK National Arts Collection Fund. Since moving to DC, he has combined his love of museums with his professional storytelling skills, making his tours both educational and enjoyable.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"Psychic Cabaret": Michael Jons' Mind-Boggling & Hysterical Show
at Eno Wine Bar, Washington

Michael Jons is a kind of expert safe-cracker -- but instead of bank vaults, he manages to break inside something far more secure: the "human brain". Any doubters need only attend his brilliant new show, "Psychic Cabaret". During this lightning-paced performance, Jons astonishes the audience with his Sherlockian style of people-reading, his Svengali-like powers to persuade and, of course, his incredible ability to seemingly read the thoughts of total strangers. But the show's highlight is the dazzling variety of psychic readings that Jons does, instantly and memorably, for lucky spectators. Be there for what "NewTimes" declared "one of the best date nights of all time."

Offer Dates: November 5, November 19, December 3

Full Price: $59  |  Our Price: $36


Brews & Banter With "Antony and Cleopatra" Cast Members
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Grab an ice cold one for this "high brow" -- or should we say high brew -- lecture happening at Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C. "Antony and Cleopatra" is the company's latest production, and they're taking the actors of this intense production off the stage for a casual conversation about, well, anything you want to know. Bluejacket Brewery provides the beers and nibbles, while Simoné Elizabeth Bart and Nigel Gore provide the chatter.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Post Thanksgiving Family Magic Show
at The Mayflower Hotel, Washington

No, you're not hallucinating from all that Turkey Day tryptophan, these magicians are just that good. If you need a family activity while everyone's in town sharing food and gratitude, you'll be grateful for master magicians Mark Phillips and Barry Wood, who team up for some hilarious comedy magic at D.C.'s historic Mayflower Hotel. Once a year, the Comedy and Magic Society hosts top entertainers from across the country for this exclusive event. Mark Phillips brings the polished magic he has featured on cruise ships around the world, while Barry Wood proves why he's such a smash with families throughout the area.

Offer Dates: November 25, November 25

Full Price: $40 - $50  |  Our Price: $20 - $25


Merry Mayhem Abounds in Holiday Comedy "A Tuna Christmas"
at Bowie Playhouse, Bowie

Everything's bigger in Texas, and that includes Christmas. In fact, the overheated holiday spirit of one tiny Texas town is enough to melt the North Pole in "A Tuna Christmas". Radio station news personalities Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie report live on the holiday craziness that has gripped Tuna, Texas (population: 24), including an imperiled "A Christmas Carol" staging and a sabotaged yard-decorating contest. Enjoy this hilarious holiday play at the Bowie Playhouse.

Offer Dates: November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


An Obsession Scares Up Vampires in "St. Nicholas"
at Writer's Center, Bethesda

Now coming to the stage at the Writer's Center in Bethesda, this critically acclaimed one-man show asks the audience to question whether a Dublin theater critic really did run into vampires while chasing a young actress in London. "St. Nicholas" springs from the brilliant mind of Irish playwright Conor McPherson ("The Weir", "The Night Alive") and stars master McPherson interpreter Steve Beall.

Offer Dates: November 16, November 18, November 19, November 24, November 25, November 28, November 30, December 2, December 3, December 6, December 8, December 9, December 12, December 14, December 16

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


WNBA & Mental Illness in "Mind/Game" Screening
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

A three-time NCAA champ and No. 1 draft pick in the WNBA, Chamique Holdsclaw was hailed as the "female Michael Jordan," impressing crowds with her artistry, athleticism and drive. She seemed destined for a spectacular professional career... until her long-suppressed battle with mental disorders emerged to derail her career and threaten her life. From the rough-edged courts of New York City to the University of Tennessee and beyond, "Mind/Game" intimately chronicles Holdsclaw's athletic accomplishments and personal setbacks, and her decision, despite public stigma, to become an outspoken mental health advocate. Still, she would face dramatic, unexpected challenges to her own recovery. The film at Washington, DC's Atlas Performing Arts Center, narrated by Glenn Close, tells a powerful story of courage, struggle and redemption.

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


"Hamilton's DC" Walking Tour: Inspired by the Hit Musical
at Foggy Bottom Metro Station, Washington

The hit musical "Hamilton" has made history on Broadway, and now it's time to take the Founding Father back to his Washington DC roots. On this Washington Walk, you'll get a glimpse of some of the essential spots depicted in the show, like the White House, while learning about "the Lancelot of the revolutionary set" Marquis Lafayette and the "Ten Duel Commandments." Fittingly enough, you'll finish your brisk musical and political journey at The Hamilton restaurant and bar, where you'll have the opportunity to quench your thirst with a Hamilton Mule and toast the orphan immigrant-turned-legendary historical figure.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Comedy Showcase Featuring Lafayette Wright
at The Colony Club, Washington

The Free Wifi Comedy Show is a monthly showcase that highlights DMV's best comedic talent. The latest show at The Colony Club in Washington D.C. will feature stand-up from comedian Lafayette Wright, who appeared on Kevin Hart's "Hart of the City". There'll also be performances by Matty Littwack (Fox), Ross Benoit (Underground Comedy) and more.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Dia de los Muertos Classical Music Matinee
at Westmoreland Congregational Church, Bethesda

Pay tribute to Dia de los Muertos, the Mexican Day of the Dead, with the New Orchestra of Washington at Westmoreland Congregational Church. NOW will be playing Mozart's magnificent Requiem in D minor ("Mass for the Dead"), featuring the voices of National Cathedral's professional choir, Cathedra. Experience the vibrant culture of Mexico with two gorgeous contemporary works by Javier Alvarez and Emmanuel Arias Y Luna, performed by NOW's new string-quartet-in-residence, the Aeolus Quartet.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Haunted DC History on the "Capitol Hauntings Walking Tour"
at U.S. Capitol Grounds, Washington

By day, Capitol Hill is one of Washington, D.C.'s busiest neighborhoods, with locals, tourists and powerbrokers alike strolling the streets of this historic area. But as the sun sets, a different, eerier vibe starts to take over. Who is that shadowy sentry in front of the Supreme Court? What's the story behind the "whisper spot" in the Capitol? And why should you never step foot in Statuary Hall on New Year's Eve? You'll find out the answers to these questions and more on this decidedly unnerving -- and historical -- walk.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"1984": A Dystopian Classic
at Maryland Ensemble Theatre, Frederick

Based on the iconic novel by George Orwell, this provocative adaption is not your father's "1984". Winston Smith, a cog in the giant machine state of Oceania, is physically and mentally under the eye of Big Brother, struggling for scraps of love and freedom in a world awash with distrust and violence. Find out why "Los Angeles Downtown News" says that "Orwell's messages remain as relevant as they were in 1949, perhaps even more so," with this Maryland Ensemble Theatre production of "1984".

Offer Dates: November 2, November 9, November 12

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


Celebrating the Music of Hildegard von Bingen
at Washington National Cathedral, Washington

One of the 12th-century's most potent visionaries and composers, Hildegard von Bingen created works of soaring and ecstatic melodies. In "A Branch of Freshest Green", located in the Gothic splendor of Washington National Cathedral, Folger Consort brings von Bingen's work to vivid life. Female voices join with medieval instruments to capture the mysticism of Hildegard's hymns and sequences. Featuring bowed and plucked strings, winds, and the vocal ensemble Trio Eos.

Offer Dates: February 2, February 3

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $20


Brews & Banter With "Way of the World" Cast Members
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Grab an ice cold one for this "high brow" -- or should we say high brew -- lecture happening at Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C. "The Way of the World" is the company's latest production, and they're taking the actors of this intense production off the stage for a casual conversation about, well, anything you want to know. Folger Theatre provides the beers and nibbles, while cast members provide the chatter.

Offer Dates: January 26

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"Drumming With Dishes": Interactive Kids' Play
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

What happens when you invite someone very different from you to come over to play? In a very special kitchen, a lively child and her shy imaginary friend cook up beautiful music using pasta box shakers, dishes, spoons and many more surprising instruments. "Drumming With Dishes" is a whimsical interactive performance, which celebrates friendship, play and imagination. As our heroine empowers her imaginary friend to create music, kids ages 2 to 5 will discover just what wonders can be accomplished when we all play together. This gentle non-verbal show will fill D.C.'s Atlas Performing Arts Center with wonder.

Offer Dates: October 25, October 26, October 27

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Desde el Andamio": One Man's Story Told Aloft
at Casa de la Luna, Washington

Suspended in the air, a man who's decided to live on a scaffold narrates and reflects on life, death, love and loneliness. His desires, dreams and fantasies reveal all that he can't understand. This Spanish-language play launches at D.C.'s Casa de la Luna.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Holiday Concert of Early German Music
at Folger Theatre, Washington

The musicians of Folger Consort celebrate the season -- as well as the 500th anniversary of the Reformation -- with evocative Advent and holiday music from Germany, ranging from the medieval majesty of the 15th-century Glogauer Liederbuch to the flower of the 17th-century German Baroque. "Lo How a Rose E'er Blooming" at Folger's festively decorated Elizabethan theater in DC features the music of Praetorius, Schütz, Schein and Scheidt, along with festive dances and canzonas, as performed by viol consort Arcadia Viols and vocal ensemble Cathedra.

Offer Dates: December 15, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 17, December 19, December 20, December 21, December 22, December 23, December 23

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $35


Ravens Battle the Bengals
at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Two AFC North rivals face off as the Baltimore Ravens battle the Cincinnati Bengals at home in a New Year's Eve battle that could have serious playoff implications. Quarterback Joe Flacco and head coach John Harbaugh, who had his contract extended just before the start of the 2017 season, will likely lead the Purple Pain onto the field at M&T Bank Stadium, no doubt looking to even the score for last season's New Year's Day loss to the Bengals in Cincy.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $90.35 - $135.20  |  Our Price: $75 - $110


Trainer Bryant Johnson Talks "The RBG Workout"
at Sixth & I, Washington

Ever wondered what keeps Supreme Court Justice and octogenarian Ruth Bader Ginsburg so sprightly? She owes it in part to workouts with personal trainer Bryant Johnson, someone she's called "the most important person" in her life. Johnson's book "The RBG Workout: How She Stays Strong . . . and You Can Too!" teaches you how to do Justice Ginsburg's workout -- from planks to squats. He'll discuss the book with Politico's Isaac Dovere at D.C.'s Sixth & I.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


One-Woman Play "A Coffin in Egypt"
at Writer's Center, Bethesda

Academy Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Horton Foote's "A Coffin in Egypt" recounts the dramatic life of an elderly Texas widow, played by acclaimed local actress Jane Squier Bruns. Jack Sbarbori directs this one-woman play at Writer's Center in Bethesda.

Offer Dates: November 15, November 17, November 18, November 22, November 25, November 26, November 26, November 29, December 1, December 2, December 5, December 7, December 9, December 10, December 13, December 15, December 16

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


D.C.'s Funniest Comics
at Town Tavern, Washington

From Louis C.K. to Stephen Colbert to Dave Chappelle, Washington, D.C. has a history of breeding hilarious comedians. You can catch tomorrow's comedy stars before they hit it big at Town Tavern's "First Friday Comedy Showcase", presented by Capital Laughs. This monthly showcase brings you a lineup of D.C.'s funniest comics (and the occasional out-of-towner who makes the cut) for a night of laughs. Whether you like raunchy crowd work or clever satire, this showcase will bring you a wide range of comics to tickle your funny bone.

Offer Dates: November 3, December 1

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Halloween Rooftop Dance Party
at Cambria Suites and Hotel, Washington

Halloween weekend in D.C. is shaping up to be a real shocker, thanks to "Fright Night Meets Fashion Freaks". Spend your Saturday night with beautiful angels, dashing demons and all manner of beast in between. This sexy soiree -- perched atop the Cambria Suites and Hotel -- promises a night of mystique and mischief, with DJ Vito Leeand spinning some fright night funk and photographers roaming the dance floor snapping the best costumes revelers have to show off.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $20 - $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


Pianist Fred Hersch at Jazz at Lincoln Center
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Composer and pianist Fred Hersch has been described by the "New York Times" as "a master who plays it his way." Over the course of Hersch's long and inspiring career, he's received 10 Grammy nominations and been honored with prestigious jazz awards including the 2016 Doris Duke Artist and 2016 Jazz Pianist of the Year from the Jazz Journalists Association. Hersch's solo recitals feature intricate, complex compositions as he skillfully pulls together piano traditions that otherwise have little in common. Join the Atlas Performing Arts Center when they bring this eloquent artist to Washington, D.C. to play their new Steinway piano.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


National Philharmonic: "Bach & Bachianas"
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

Extraordinary vocalists team up with the National Phil when Bach meets Heitor Villa-Lobos, who has been described as "the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music." You'll hear Bach's profoundly beautiful hymn of the Virgin Mary "Magnificat" and three of Villa-Lobos's tributes to the Baroque master. "Bachianas Brasileiras" filters Bach's methods through the musical soul and rhythm of Brazil. The energetic concert takes place at the Music Center at Strathmore.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $60  |  Our Price: $30


Relive History on the Lincoln Assassination Walking Tour
at St. John's Episcopal Church, Washington

It was a night that changed the history of a nation forever. Journey back in time with your guide to learn about the three-pronged attack designed to decapitate the U.S. government. Shrouded in mystery, intrigue and conspiracy, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln has long fascinated Americans. Gather at St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. for this family-friendly tour to meet the characters, walk the streets and see the buildings where this great drama played out.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 26

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


Satirical Play "The Ugly One"
at Caos on F, Washington

Lette is... unspeakably ugly. Which is probably why no one has told him before now. When the truth finally comes out, he books it to the plastic surgeon. With the help of some electric knives and bone millers, Lette is suddenly the most beautiful man in the room. What comes next was more than anyone could have imagined. Marius von Mayenburg's lightning fast satire comes to Washington, DC's Caos on F in the Small Batch Audience Series.

Offer Dates: November 17, November 18, November 19, November 28, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 3, December 4, December 7, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 14, December 15, December 16, December 16, December 17

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


Silent Horror Film Double Feature With Live Piano Score
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

This Halloween season, the Atlas Performing Arts Center makes the silent film experience extra authentic with a double feature of "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" and "The Devil's Assistant" set to live, original piano scores by Andrew Earle Simpson. Considered the first horror movie and one of the most famous examples of the German Expressionist movement, "Caligari" is the story of young love gone horribly wrong at the hands of a diabolical doctor who may be able to predict the future. With stylized, gothic sets that would influence future directors like Tim Burton, "Caligari" introduced cinema to the idea of the "twist" ending. "The Devil's Assistant" is a spooky nightmare that tells the story of a jealous man who plots revenge on a lover who left him for someone else. Costume participation is encouraged for this frightful, fun evening.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Learn All You Need to Know to Buy Your First Home
at Capital Hilton, Washington

You've saved the money for a down payment on your first home, but now what? This fun, educational class provides an overview of current market conditions and the home-buying process from a unique partnership of top professionals in the D.C. mortgage, real estate and settlement industries. During the two-hour presentation, you'll learn whether you're ready to make the leap from renter to buyer, plus all you need to know to enter the market, including mortgage and financing basics, how to navigate the short sale and foreclosure market, how to choose an agent, how to write a winning offer and make it successfully through closing. The real estate market is more competitive than ever, but these seasoned pros will help you jump in and successfully close the deal on your first home.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: COMP - $10


Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Live
at George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic kicks off its 47th season with two special pieces at the George Washington Masonic Memorial. Local Virginia composer Ben Roundtree's five-movement Symphony No. 1, based on five of Roundtree's spiritual and inspirational heroes and mentors, leads this first program of the season. Then, the Philharmonic teams with rising local star violinist Leonid Sushansky to perform Tchaikovsky's beloved Violin Concerto. Overall lyrical, the concerto is graceful and brilliant and elegaic, and the piece finishes with a dazzling display of pyrotechnics.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"Safe as Houses" Explores a Family Struggle
at Logan Fringe Arts Space, Washington

In this new play by local playwright Natalie Ann, a suburban family struggles to survive both natural and supernatural disasters. A violent storm brings more than just wind and rain as a patchwork family struggles to survive disasters, natural and otherwise. Isabel, Henry and Nora are preparing their house for a storm when a knock at the door brings Isabel's past rushing in. See this Capital Fringe production of "Safe as Houses" at the Logan Fringe Arts Space in Washington, DC.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Ecuador's Oil Disaster Explored in "Oil & Water"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

In the midst of a toxic nightmare, the documentary "Oil and Water" follows the true story of two boys from completely different worlds as they both try to combat Ecuador's oil pipeline disaster. While Hugo flees to America to lead his Amazonian tribe's survival, David comes to Ecuador to launch the world's first company that will certify oil as "fair trade." Will oil and civilization be able to peacefully coexist? Find out when "Oil and Water" screens at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Tour the Capital Sites on the Washington D.C. Unveiled Electric Roadster Tour
at L'Enfant Plaza, Washington

If a full day of walking the National Mall and visiting the D.C. monuments sounds exhausting, skip the crowded sidewalks and cruise around in a slick electric roadster. You'll get to visit all the sites on your list while getting first-class treatment as your Urban Adventures tour guide shuttles you between the Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Lincoln memorials, while providing the inside scoop on the White House, Capitol Building and Smithsonian Museum. During your guided tour of just over two hours, you'll also get great tips on other things to see in D.C., plus suggestions for the best places to eat and drink in the capital.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 18, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 23, October 23, October 24, October 24, October 25, October 25, October 26, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, October 30, October 30, October 31, October 31, November 1, November 1, November 2, November 2, November 3, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 5, November 6, November 6, November 7, November 7, November 8, November 8, November 9, November 9, November 10, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 12, November 13, November 13, November 14, November 14, November 15, November 15, November 16, November 16, November 17, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19, November 19, November 20, November 20, November 21, November 21, November 22, November 22, November 24, November 24, November 25, November 25, November 26, November 26, November 27, November 27, November 28, November 28, November 29, November 29, November 30, November 30

Full Price: $56  |  Our Price: $28 - $33


Comedian Moses Storm (NBC's "About a Boy", "4 to 9ers")
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

Moses Storm ... Yep, that's his real name, and he's got plenty of jokes to share about it, along with a wealth of thoughts on drug addicts, cheating a marathon and surviving a "L.A. winter." A Los Angeles-based stand-up, host and sketch comedian, Storm has been featured on KCRW several times, 2015's "Last Comic Standing" and stars on Hulu's "4 to 9ers", NBC's "About a Boy" and the horror flick "Unfriended". He keeps his live comedy chops strong through shows at The Nerdist Theater and UCB Sunset, and recently starred in his own Youtube film "#MODERNMILLENNIAL". Catch this talented comedian when he leaves the West Coast for the East Coast at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20, October 21, October 21

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Sample Wines & Local History on the All-Inclusive Monticello Wine Trail Tour
at Fruits & Roots Wine Tours - Town Center of Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach

Virginia is home to both exquisite local wineries and rich historical landmarks -- and the Monticello Wine Trail Tour brings the two together in an extraordinary pairing that's a perfect unique way to spend the holiday season. This trip along the historic Monticello Wine Trail departs from Town Center of Virginia Beach and stops at wineries inspired by Thomas Jefferson's vision of winemaking. In addition to the wine tasting, this all-inclusive expedition features round-trip bus transportation, with complimentary continental breakfast and fruit mimosas, live historical entertainment, wine tasting at three of Virginia's most prominent wineries, shopping, sightseeing and lunch at Michie Tavern, a historic eatery that's been serving hungry travelers since 1784.

Offer Dates: November 25, December 30

Full Price: $250  |  Our Price: $175


Politics & Pints Capitol Hill Walking Tour
at US Capitol Building, Washington

On the Politics & Pints Capitol Hill Tour, you'll explore the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Discover the birthplace of American government while seeing iconic landmarks and learning fascinating history on this two-hour walking tour. Cap it all off by grabbing a drink in the city's oldest commercial district.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 23, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 30, October 31, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 6, November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 13, November 14, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 20, November 21, November 22, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 27, November 28, November 29, November 30

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Venture Back in Time to Historic D.C. in Georgetown Walking Tour
at Georgetown District, Washington

From 200-year-old mansions to historic churches and more, Washington D.C.'s Georgetown is truly a trip through time. And now, you get to soak in all the rich history of this fascinating neighborhood during "Georgetown's Famous Folks and Buildings". Throughout this walking tour, you'll be taken to houses of the city's movers and shakers like the Kennedys, remarkable historic properties like the Old Stone House, as well as those infamous steps from "The Exorcist" and much more.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Washington Balalaika Society: "Gypsy Spirit"
at F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, Rockville

The Washington Balalaika Society presents "Gypsy Spirit", a program of Romani flair, spice and passion, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre in Rockville. Svetlana Nikonova leads the orchestra through a collection of famous gypsy melodies: "Romaleska, Dance of Gypsy Women, Hora Staccato, Moldavian Dance, Gypsy Guitar" and other Eastern European songs and dances. Featured soloists are Peter Omelchenko, who until recently was a member of Moscow's esteemed Osipov Folk Orchestra, and Andrei Saveliev, WBS orchestra concertmaster and the foremost balalaika soloist in the United States.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Violinist Lara St. John: Chamber Music @ The Barns
at The Barns at Wolf Trap, Vienna

The "L.A. Times" calls Lara St. John "a volcanic violinist with a huge, fabulous tone that pours out of her like molten lava," while "The New York Times" hails her as a "high-powered soloist." Now this Wolf Trap 2017-2018 Artistic Advisor takes the stage at The Barns with her frequent collaborator, pianist Matt Herskowitz, for a wide-ranging performance, spotlighting works from the chamber-music canon, traditional folk pieces and tunes from her recent album, "Shiksa".

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $25


Cellist Steven Honigberg & Friends: A Schubertiade
at Historic Dumbarton Church, Washington

A member of the National Symphony Orchestra, Steven Honigberg is an exceptional cellist who's toured extensively in the U.S. and graced the Dumbarton Concert stage many times over the series' 40-year history. He'll be joined by his esteemed colleagues, violinist Karen Johnson, violinist Lily Honigberg, violist Daniel Foster and pianist Adam Golka to salute Schubert in the composer's preferred form, a Schubertiade. In early 19th-century Vienna, concerts were sponsored by friends or aficionados of Schubert's music. The ensemble will perform Schubert's Piano Trio No. 2 in E flat major (Op. 100) and his String Quartet No. 14 in D minor ("Death and the Maiden") at Historic Dumbarton Church in DC.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $42  |  Our Price: $21


Ravens Out to Tame the Lions
at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

The Baltimore Ravens battle the Detroit Lions at home in a Week 13 battle that could have serious playoff implications. Quarterback Joe Flacco and head coach John Harbaugh, who had his contract extended just before the start of the 2017 season, will likely lead the Purple Pain onto the field at M&T Bank Stadium to face the NFC North Lions, led by big money quarterback Matthew Stafford and former Raven Rick Wagner, one of the Lions' biggest off-season signings at five years and $47.5 million -- turning him into the highest-paid right tackle in the NFL.

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: $90.35 - $135.20  |  Our Price: $75 - $116


"This Christmastide": Soaring Holiday Carols
at Our Lady of Good Counsel, Vienna

Celebrate the holiday season with the Fairfax Choral Society Symphonic Chorus, who come together at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Vienna for "This Christmastide", a stirring seasonal concert. More than 200 powerful voices join together to present a concert of yuletide favorites as this annual holiday celebration includes new and imaginative arrangements of classic Christmas carols.

Offer Dates: December 2

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Cuban Jazz Pianist Harold López-Nussa
at AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda

Likened to the "single-note grace of Herbie Hancock" and the "joyous two-fisted attacks of Chick Corea" ("Downbeat"), pianist Harold López-Nussa transmits his world travels from his fingers to the keys, equally inspired by sounds from America, Africa and his native Cuba. His debut album, 2016's "El Viaje", hit No. 1 on the iTunes jazz chart, and for this performance at North Bethesda's AMP by Strathmore, he's set to be joined by Gaston Joya, who made his name playing with legendary pianist Chucho Valdés and Omara Portuondo. Ruy López-Nussa rounds out the trio on drums. Come early for a free pre-show dance lesson with the DC Casineros.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto & More
at Church of the Epiphany, Washington

Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic kicks off its 47th season at Church of the Epiphany in Washington DC with two special pieces. Local Virginia composer Ben Roundtree's five movement Symphony No. 1, based on five of Roundtree's spiritual and inspirational heroes and mentors, leads this first program of the season. Then the Philharmonic teams with rising local star violinist Leonid Sushansky to perform Tchaikovsky's beloved virtuoso Violin Concerto. Overall lyrical, the concerto is in turns graceful and brilliant, then elegaic, and finishes with a dazzling display of pyrotechnics.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Chiarina Chamber Players: "Epic Journeys"
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Washington

Monumental drama on an epic scale -- from the early optimism of Beethoven, classical music's greatest hero, to the tragic passion of Dvorak, a composer he inspired -- is the theme of the latest concert from the Chiarina Chamber Players at St. Mark's Church. Violinist Lilit Gampel, cellist Robert La Rue and pianist Efi Hackmey are set to perform Beethoven's Trio in G Major and Dvorak's Trio in F Minor.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Ravens Try to Wrangle the Texans
at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

Monday Night Football comes to town, as do the Houston Texans, to take on Baltimore at M&T Bank Stadium. Quarterback Joe Flacco, wide out Breshad Perriman, defensive stalwart Brandon Williams and the rest of the guys will no doubt appreciate having the Flock make some noise for this Week 12 contest against the Texans, who won the AFC South and made it to the divisional playoffs last year behind standouts like DE Jadeveon Clowney, while the Ravens just missed a trip to the post-season.

Offer Dates: November 27

Full Price: $90.35 - $135.20  |  Our Price: $75 - $115


"Abraham Lincoln's Washington" Walking Tour
at Downtown DC - adjacent to the White House, Washington

Abraham Lincoln was a crucial figure in American history, and many of the key events of his life and presidency took place right here in the heart of Washington, D.C. Although much of the city's character from the Civil War era is gone, many sights still evoke Lincoln's life and times -- and one of the expert guides from Washington Walks will show them to you. The busy Washington streets are not that different today than they would have been in the 1860s, when the president himself made his way through them -- except that 21st-century Washingtonians benefit from sidewalks and paved thoroughfares rather than dirt pathways. In Lincoln's day the area would have often been a muddy slog. As you walk on this two-hour guided tour, hear the fascinating story of the first American leader to be assassinated.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"The Poetry Brothel": Bordello-Themed Literary Experience
at Bier Baron Tavern, Washington

If your idea of a poetry reading involves a tweed-clad author, a podium and possibly a nap, then prepare to have your expectations exceeded by "The Poetry Brothel", dubbed "New York's sexiest literary event" by "Time Out New York". Inspired by the fin-de-siècle bordellos of Paris and New Orleans, this immersive experience invites you inside a lush, speakeasy-style environment to meet your host, or "Madame," who'll introduce you to a rotating cast of poets-in-character, both male and female, emerging and established, and local and international, each with a unique story to tell. They'll engage you with public readings, or if you prefer, private ones (for an additional fee). As with any underground establishment worth its salt, "The Poetry Brothel" also offers a full bar and themed cabaret entertainment with an ever-changing lineup of live music, burlesque dancers, painters, fortune-tellers and more. A holiday party edition now slinks its way into Washington, D.C. at The Beer Baron Tavern.

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: $30 - $65  |  Our Price: $15 - $32.50


Discover Dupont Circle & Embassy Row on Walking Tour
at DC Design Tours - Dupont Meeting Spot, Washington

Some say that D.C. is America's Paris -- With similar urban layouts, the Capitol's streets were actually designed by French-born American architect Pierre Charles L'Enfant. Experience this architecture, along with grandiose mansions and embassies on a walking tour of Embassy Row and Dupont Circle. On this two-hour adventure, you'll gaze at some of the most pristine properties in D.C. ranging in styles from Neo-classical to Beaux-Arts. At the same time, you'll learn how the events that took place inside these places contributed to the Nation's development. Discussed sites include the Spanish Steps, the Woodrow Wilson House, the Sheridan Circle, Brewmaster's Castle and plenty more.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 4, November 11, November 18

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Learn the Scandals Behind D.C.'s Lavish Embassy Row on a Walking Tour
at Dupont Circle Fountain, Washington

Before the Great Depression hit, Washington DC's Embassy Row was a playground for the rich. The area's luxe, lavishly decorated mansions, built in the late 19th century, were home to such events as a $1 million birthday for a dog, a spendthrift who carried the curse of the Hope Diamond, parties boasting two thousand guests, an iconic host whose personal life was grist for the gossip columns and much more. Learn about the high drama, fortunes and misfortunes during "Sex, Scandal and Sinners Along Embassy Row." In this informative, 90-minute walking tour, Capital Photo History Tours will share insider information about the scandals, architecture and history of this tony area.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $19


Washington Walks' "Capitol Hill and Eastern Market" Walking Tour
at Capitol Hill and Eastern Market, Washington

Capitol Hill is best known as the home of the U.S. Congress, but it's also one of Washington's oldest neighborhoods. Washington Walks' tour explores the residential and historical sides of Capitol Hill and Eastern Market, from parks and historic 18th-century buildings to a famous jazz venue and much more. A tour with the guides of Washington Walks is so much more than the usual experience you get walking around and looking at the sights on your own. Let the experts show you the way!

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


7 Short Plays About Witches, Each Written & Staged in Just 7 Days
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Just in time for Halloween, a witch's brew of wicked short plays comes to Atlas Performing Arts Center. "Klecksography: Toil and Trouble" is an evening of seven short plays, each written and staged in just seven days, each telling a tale of witches past and present. Produced by the daring D.C. company Rorschach Theatre, this mini-festival of boldly brilliant new works, freshly created by a diverse group of talented playwrights, will make you laugh, touch your heart, and maybe even haunt your dreams.

Offer Dates: October 28, October 28

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Getting Paid to Talk: An Introduction to Voice Over
at Canvas Co-Work, Washington

Have you ever been told you have a great voice? Whether you're looking for a new career or just interested in making some extra money on the side, this workshop gives you a fun, realistic behind-the-scenes look at the voiceover industry. From audiobooks to training material, cartoons, documentaries, commercials and more, you'll learn the ins and outs of this growing field and how to avoid the common mistakes made by newcomers. Hear what a professional voice demo sounds like, discover which vocal types are most in demand, and record a short script under the direction of your instructor. Held at Canvas DC, this class is a great first step for anyone interested in voice acting.

Offer Dates: November 2

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


"Los Ojos Abiertos de Ella" by Raquel Diana
at Casa de la Luna, Washington

Life, love and death. Feelings of pain, love, tenderness in different spaces and times. Events, encounters -- and memories of "her". From the pen of Raquel Diana, one of the most important contemporary Latin American playwrights, comes "Los Ojos Abiertos de Ella", presented entirely in Spanish at Casa de la Luna in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Chiarina Chamber Players: "Mythos & Identity"
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Washington

Prisms of national identity and culture, invoking folklore, mythology and an imagined past inspire the latest concert from the Chiarina Chamber Players at DC's St. Mark's Episcopal Church. National Symphony Orchestra violinist Alexandra Osborne, Washington National Opera violist Allyson Goodman, and Chiarina Artistic Directors cellist Carrie Bean Stute and pianist Efi Hackmey, are set to perform works by Francaix, Ginastera, Piazzolla and Faure.

Offer Dates: April 28

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Explore the Historic and Scenic Kalorama District of Washington, D.C.
at 22nd Street & Decatur Place NW, Washington

Explore Washington's beautiful and historic Kalorama district on a two-hour walking tour from Washington Walks. You'll begin this walking tour by ascending the "Spanish Steps" that lead to the heights of the Kalorama district of Washington, D.C. One of the most scenic neighborhoods in Washington, the high ground of Kalorama is known for its many embassies and ambassadors' houses. You'll explore the diplomatic community, the public artworks, and the historic houses of the district, including former U.S. president Woodrow Wilson's home.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Acclaimed Poet Carolyn Forché Debuts New Collection
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Award-winning poet, translator, editor and human rights advocate Carolyn Forché comes to the Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C. to present her latest poetry anthology, "Poetry of Witness". Her previous works include "Gathering the Tribes", winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets Prize, "The Country Between Us", "The Angel of History", "Blue Hour" and most recently "In the Lateness of the World". Her famed international anthology, "Against Forgetting", was praised by Nelson Mandela as "itself a blow against tyranny, against prejudice, against injustice." She is currently director of the Lannan Center for Poetry and Poetics and holds the Lannan Chair in Poetry at Georgetown University. There will be a reception and book-signing following the reading.

Offer Dates: April 30

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $10


Italian King of Comedy Rocky LaPorte ("Last Comic Standing" Finalist)
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

One of the Italian Kings of Comedy, Rocky LaPorte was an interstate truck driver and a Golden Gloves boxer before getting into comedy. He also claims to have been an opera singer, pro baseball player, mountain climber and country singer, but those claims are a little dubious. He's definitely appeared on "Last Comic Standing", "The Godfathers of Comedy" and "Comedy Central Presents". When actor-comedian Tim Allen saw him on "The Tonight Show", he called LaPorte his "favorite new comic" and picked him to appear in his movies "The Shaggy Dog" and "Crazy on the Outside". See LaPorte live at the Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Bobby Lee of "MADtv": No-Filter Comedy at the Arlington Drafthouse
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

Best known from his nine years spent being politically incorrect and riffing on Asian stereotypes on the Fox staple "MADtv", Bobby Lee has emerged as a comedy superstar thanks to a relentless stand-up touring schedule, regular appearances on E!'s "Chelsea Lately", a role on the NBC sitcom "Animal Practice" and a movie lineup that includes films like "The Dictator" and "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle". This San Diego native got his big break by working at the La Jolla Comedy Store and appearing at Los Angeles' famed Comedy Store, parlaying his experiences there into a showcase for his physical brand of humor, which takes on everything from smoking weed to the Korean-American experience.

Offer Dates: April 12, April 13, April 13

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


Rossini's "Petite Messe Solennelle"
at Saint Luke Catholic Church, McLean

Maestro David B. Lang conducts The Reston Chorale and guest artists in one of Rossini's final -- and finest -- works for chorus, soloists, two pianos and harmonium. Featured artists include Soprano Jacqueline Leary Warsaw, host of EWTN's "In Concert," Mezzo Gloria Parvin, Tenor Pablo Talamante and Baritone Jacob Pence, as well as pianists Tordis Fahringer and Paula Pressnell, and organist Paul Skevington. Treat yourself to the scope and beauty of this extraordinary work at McLean's Saint Luke Catholic Church. A "Meet the Artists" reception immediately follows the performance -- light refreshments will be provided.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


New Dominion Chorale's "Songs Celestial"
at St. Luke Catholic Church, McLean

The 170-voice New Dominion Chorale, directed by Thomas Beveridge, celebrates spiritual affirmations in beloved works and new music. This concert at St. Luke's Catholic Church in McLean features a world premiere by Beveridge, "Song of Celestial Love" (Vedantic Hymn on text by Sri Ramakrishna), as well as Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms" with soloist Chris Dudley. Hear New Dominion Chorale in Vaughan Williams' "Five Mystical Songs" with soloist James Shaffran, "Four Divine Hymns" (from Rachmaninoff's "Solemn Vespers"), Schubert's "Folk Mass (Deutsche Messe)" and Faure's "Cantique de Jean Racine". Organist Paul Skevington accompanies the chorus, along with harp and percussion.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $15 - $35  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $17.50


Meng Su: Classical Guitar Star Plays Bach & Beyond
at Westmoreland Congregational Church, Bethesda

As the 2015 gold medalist at the "Olympics of Classical Guitar," Meng Su won the admiration of audiences and critics (as well as $65,000 in prize money). Thanks to her precise technique and incredibly expressive tone, Su brings classical guitar's rhythms and melodies to life with a rare, spellbinding power. Thus, few were surprised when her first album, "Maracaípe", was immediately nominated for a Grammy or when "Classical Guitar" proclaimed her an "inspiration for new generations of guitarists." Get inspired -- and be thrilled -- firsthand when Su makes her Marlow debut at the Westmoreland Congregational Church in Bethesda.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Explore the Path From Comedy to Drama
at Casa de la Luna, Washington

The testimony of an ape-man that takes us from comedy to drama until reaching farce and satire. Spanish-language production "Informe Para Una Academia" is coming to Casa de la Luna in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Poets Kaveh Akbar & Kazim Ali: "Silence and Breath"
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Both Kaveh Akbar and Kazim Ali explore the relationship between poetry and prayer, examining the silence and breath in each lyric. Kaveh Akbar is the author of the chapbook "Portrait of the Alcoholic", and his debut full-length collection is "Calling a Wolf a Wolf". He received the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation and the Lucille Medwick Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America. Born in Tehran, Iran, Akbar is the Visiting Professor of Poetry at Purdue University. Poet, essayist, novelist and translator Kazim Ali has published several volumes of poetry including "The Far Mosque", winner of Alice James Books' New England/New York Award; "Sky Ward, The Fortieth Day", and the cross-genre work "Bright Felon: Autobiography and Cities". His latest book of poetry, titled "Inquisition", is forthcoming. He's also authored essay anthologies, including "Orange Alert: Essays on Poetry, Art and the Architecture of Silence". Their introduction and conversation will be moderated by poet and Kundiman fellow Gowri Koneswaran at Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: May 21

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $10


Washington Balalaika Society: "Gypsy Spirit"
at Kenmore Auditorium, Arlington

The Washington Balalaika Society presents "Gypsy Spirit", a program of Romani flair, spice and passion, at Arlington's Kenmore Auditorium. Svetlana Nikonova leads the orchestra through a collection of famous gypsy melodies: "Romaleska, Dance of Gypsy Women, Hora Staccato, Moldavian Dance, Gypsy Guitar" and other Eastern European songs and dances. Featured soloists are Peter Omelchenko, who until recently was a member of Moscow's esteemed Osipov Folk Orchestra, and Andrei Saveliev, WBS orchestra concertmaster and the foremost balalaika soloist in the United States.

Offer Dates: November 19

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Workhouse Cabaret Series
at Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton

The Workhouse Arts Center brings plenty of pizazz and panache to Lorton with its Cabaret Series. With each performance, players will draw you into an ever-changing lineup of Broadway hits, knock-out vocals, sly and sassy exchanges, live jazz, audience participation and more.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Pianist Lise de la Salle: Bach, Beethoven & More
at Bender Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington, Rockville

In just a few years, through her international concert appearances and her award-winning recordings, French phenom Lise de la Salle has gained a reputation as one of today's most exciting young pianists, and as a musician of uncommon sensibility and maturity. Her playing inspired a "Washington Post" critic to write, "For much of the concert, the audience had to remember to breathe ... the exhilaration didn't let up for a second until her hands came off the keyboard." She's set to perform works by Bach, Beethoven and Debussy at the Bender JCC in Rockville.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $22.50


Chiarina Chamber Players: "Romance & Tragedy"
at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Washington

You'll experience scenes of tragedy, triumph and dance brought to life through novel colors and ancient forms as the Chiarina Chamber Players work their magic on Schubert's four-hand Fantasia for Piano and a pair of pieces by Brahms. National Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Nurit Bar-Josef and principal horn Abel Pereira are set to perform at DC's St. Mark's Episcopal, with pianists Efi Hackmey and Adrienne Kim.

Offer Dates: March 4

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Women's Suffrage Movement Explored on Walking Tour of DC
at NWHM Tours - Union Square Area, Washington

Explore the path that our American heroines took to give women the right to vote in the birthplace of democracy. On this guided walking tour of D.C., you'll walk in the footsteps of key figures in the women's suffrage movement as you stroll through the heart of the nation's capital to key spots, like the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument. A knowledgeable guide from the National Women's History Museum accompanies you on the exciting path of women championing equality, from the Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention in New York to the final passage of the 19th Amendment.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Visit the Capitol and Houses of Congress on a Two-Hour Walking Tour
at U.S. Capitol Grounds, Washington

This walking tour led by Washington Walks leads you around the exterior of the U.S. Capitol building, America's best-known symbol of democracy, and past the buildings housing America's legislative and judicial branches of government. While strolling through the Capitol's park-like setting, you will discover that "Capitol Hill" is indeed a high point on the Washington landscape, an appropriate setting for such important landmarks. You'll also make stops at such sights as The Library of Congress, the U.S. Botanic Garden, the U.S. Supreme Court and the memorial to General Ulysses S. Grant. The walk will conclude near the entrance to the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, where you can explore the exhibits, browse in the bookstore or check on the availability of an interior tour.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Comedian Josh Gondelman ("Last Week Tonight")
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

An Emmy-winning writer for "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver", Josh Gondelman knows how to find the funny in the world around him. His good-natured storytelling and charming wit have won over audiences in person and on TV. His comedy album "Physical Whisper" debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Comedy chart and No. 4 on "Billboard"'s Comedy Albums chart. He co-authored the award-winning Modern Seinfeld Twitter account and his own Twitter account was recently named the year's best by "Paste" magazine. Experience this playful and clever comic at Drafthouse Comedy Theater in Washington DC.

Offer Dates: December 29, December 30, December 30, December 31, December 31

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Explore Penn Quarter With Washington Walks
at Archives-Navy Memorial Metro Station, Washington

Join Washington Walks for a two-hour walking tour of Penn Quarter, where the 19th century meets the 21st and hip hotels, restaurants and loft apartments have sprung up amidst attractions like the International Spy Museum, National Portrait Gallery and Shakespeare Theatre. Visit the old U.S. Patent Office where newcomer Emile Berliner filed applications for the first microphone and disk record ever invented, the location where Italian stone carvers once worshipped (and where their descendants still enjoy espresso after Sunday Mass), the original Adas Israel Synagogue, which is now the Lillian and Albert Small Museum and more.

Offer Dates: November 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Brad Linde Ensemble in Concert
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Celebrate 10 years of great jazz when the Atlas Performing Arts Center presents the Brad Linde Ensemble in concert. Originally formed as a repertory ensemble, the group expanded its focus to include commissioned new works and music by legendary guest artists. For this special concert the 10-piece chamber-jazz ensemble will perform music by Teddy Charles, Jimmy Giuffre, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis and more.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Lincoln Assassination Tour: Trace John Wilkes Booth's Footsteps
at St. John's Episcopal Church, Washington

Why did America's most popular actor assassinate the president? And how did he accomplish it? Capital Photo History Tours takes you into the mind -- and the footsteps -- of John Wilkes Booth as he stalked President Abraham Lincoln before murdering him at the end of the Civil War. The two-hour tour moves from the White House to Ford's Theater, stopping at many points in between. Tour guide Rick Snider will have some special insights into this subject ... he's a distant relative both of Booth and of Booth's co-conspirator Mary Surratt!

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $19


Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize Ceremony
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Each year, one poet is honored with the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize. Given by The Waywiser Press, the award recognizes an outstanding poetry collection by a young writer. This year's judge, multiple award-winning poet Gjertrud Schnackenberg ("The Throne of Labdacus"), selected Mike White's "Addendum" for the award. A Pushcart Prize nominee, White has published one previous book, "How to Make a Bird with Two Hands", which won the Washington Prize in 2012. Be there when White receives the award at Folger Theatre in this "O. B. Hardison Poetry Series" event. There will be a reception with book-signing after the reading.

Offer Dates: November 6

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $10


Tour Dupont Circle With Washington Walks
at Dupont Circle Metro Station, Washington

Named for a prominent Delaware family, Dupont Circle evolved from a hardscrabble "wilderness" to Washington's most fashionable address by the close of the 19th century. Today it's one of the D.C. area's most vibrant neighborhoods for visitors and locals alike. The mansions and elegant rowhouses remain, many as single-family residences. Others house museums, bed and breakfasts, embassies or nonprofit organizations. The neighborhood has evolved as the heart of the local LGBT community. Get a comprehensive overview on this guided two-hour walking tour from Washington Walks. You'll start with a look at a "brewmaster's castle," then it's on to Dupont Circle itself, where people-watching and chess matches are favorite pastimes. The National Trust for Historic Preservation is headquartered nearby in a former luxury apartment building. A church that rose from the ashes to become a beacon of social activism is next, followed by a block of stunning rowhouses designed by one of D.C.'s most prolific architects. The walk concludes at its original starting point, the Dupont Circle Metro station.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Poets Phillis Levin & John Burnside
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Two acclaimed poets, Phillis Levin and John Burnside, come together for a night of verse packed with quiet strength. A Guggenheim and NEA Fellow, Levin has released five poetry collections. Her latest, "Mr. Memory & Other Poems", was a finalist for the 2016 "Los Angeles Times" Book Prize. Scottish author John Burnside's American debut, "Black Cat Bone", recently won both the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Forward Prize. In addition to his ten books of poetry, he's written a memoir, "A Lie About My Father", which was named the Saltire Scottish Book of the Year. Don't miss "Words Wanting to be Said", part of the "O. B. Hardison Poetry Series", at Folger Theatre in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: October 23

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $10


Heart and Soul: Irma Thomas, Preservation Hall and Blind Boys of Alabama
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

If the French Quarter is the musical heart of New Orleans, then Preservation Hall is its heartbeat. Take a group of longtime performers from the venerable concert hall, combine them with the "The Soul Queen of New Orleans" Irma Thomas, throw in the spiritual authority of the Blind Boys of Alabama, and you get a very special concert that showcases the heart and soul of the South. Touring together for the first time, Thomas, the Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet and the Blind Boys of Alabama will hit North Bethesda and treat the Music Center at Strathmore to an afternoon filled with musical collaborations and traditional standards.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $48 - $58  |  Our Price: $24 - $29


Fairfax Choral Society Salutes Longtime Leader
at National Presbyterian Church, Washington

The Symphonic Chorus is joined by the FCS Master Singers and Concert Choir to honor Dr. Douglas Mears for nearly four decades of leadership. FCS is joined by organist Eric Plutz, soprano Natalie Conte and baritone Matthew Irish in this concert featuring Rutter's "Mass of the Children", Faure's "Requiem", Parry's "I Was Glad" and Wilcocks' "Sing". A post-concert reception follows the performance at National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $35 - $45  |  Our Price: $17.50 - $22.50


Find Singles Fast at Speed Dating 35+ Party in Alexandria
at Hilton Garden Inn, Old Town Alexandria, Alexandria

Those popular singles "swiping" apps come to life at this speed-dating party at Hilton Garden Inn, where you'll spend a few minutes chatting with each guy or gal to get an instant impression before it's on to the next. Plus, there's nothing like face-to-face interaction to see if there's really a spark. A relaxed mix-and-mingle with a cash bar follows the event, then, 48 hours later, the hosts will email you a link to the online system, where you can message your favorite people from the party, without anyone's personal contact info being revealed. Geared towards singles age 35 and older, this event is a fun, safe way to quickly meet tons of new people in Old Town Alexandria.

Offer Dates: December 17

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: COMP


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