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If you found a box that held the definitive answer to whether or not God exists, would you share the results with the world? This is the question facing a group of thinkers in playwright Harrison Murphy's "The Blue Box", the final of three one-act plays in his "Red High Heels" trilogy. The other two plays in the trilogy also feature deep themes, including rejection and instability, all leading up to the big question at the end. Should the world know what's inside the box?
Cruise from historic old town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums, to Georgetown and back to Alexandria on a relaxing midday 2.5-hour sail on the Potomac. Soak up the sights, including Washington's famous cherry blossom trees -- a gift from Japan in 1912 -- and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, as you enjoy a three-course meal 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.
Cruise from historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums, 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 four-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.
MetroStage offers the gift of comedy and music for the holidays with their annual production of "A Broadway Christmas Carol". A twist on the Dickens classic, this show incorporates hysterical song parodies of 33 Broadway show tunes by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Stephen Sondheim and more into the production for an enjoyable musical mash-up. This Washington, D.C. tradition, created by Kathy Feininger, provides the perfect occasion to celebrate the holiday season with friends and family.