Holidays at the Atlas

Holiday Show 2013 Guys Step 1

Holiday Treats for the Whole Family!

Step Afrika! Magical Musical Holiday Step Show!
December 11 – 22
Step Afrika! is back to delight audiences young and old with their furry animal friends and DJ Frosty the Snowman in this annual holiday tradition!

9th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along
December 14
Join the Atlas Capital City Symphony, the Congressional Chorus and the American Youth Chorus for a free performance featuring your favorite holiday songs, cookies, and apple cider!
Please call 202.399.7993 ext. 2 to add your name to waiting list for available tickets.  

Snow DayArts on the Horizon: Snow Day!
December 18 – 22
A playful winter elf shows a young boy all the fun he can have on a snow day! This non-verbal world premiere production features live music and lots of wintertime fun for kids, ages 1 – 5.

Book a group of 10 or more and receive up to 20% off!


Don’t forget the stocking stuffers!

All Points West
A Few of Our Favorite Things
December 5
Celebrate the season with chamber ensemble All Points West and music which evokes youth and innocence.

Great Noise EnsembleGNE Atlas 2012-20 edit
Sweet and Homegrown Airs
December 6
The contemporary ensemble presents work form local and national composers including David Lang, Mark Sylvester, and Kevin McKee.

Brad Linde Ensemble

A Post-Cool Yule
December 6
This 10-piece chamber ensemble will fill your stocking with deconstructed and re-imagined holiday classics. Hark the heralded sounds of the avant-garde!


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EYE OF THE TIGER: A 1980s American Cabaret

Congressional Chorus

Eye of the Tiger
March 26, 27, 28 at 8:00 pm and 29 at 4:00 pm

It was the decade of headbands, leg warmers, shoulder pads and acid-washed jeans.  The music of Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Madonna and Prince was blaring out of Walkmans and Boomboxes while “Les Miserables” and “The Phantom of the Opera” were reinventing the Broadway stage.  Put down your Pac-Man, Rubik’s Cube and Nintendo games and come join us for a nostalgic look back at the music, clothes and dances of the 1980s.  Our cabaret performances SELL OUT in advance every year, so get your tickets while they are still available! It’s going to be “totally gnarly dude!”


Tickets: $45

March 26 at 8:00 pm
March 27 at 8:00 pm
March 28 at 8:00 pm
March 29 at 4:00 pm


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Go-Go Symphony

Go-Go Symphony with Capital City Symphony

Go-Go Symphony concert photo Feb2014 - by Eric Hall (2)
March 21, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Go-Go Symphony
“…a powerhouse of unstoppable momentum… it brought the sold-out house to its feet, cheering.” — Washington Post
Start the weekend with the non-stop fun and funk brought by the pairing of the Go-Go Symphony ensemble with the Atlas’ resident orchestra, the Capital City Symphony. DC’s iconic Go-Go beat drives this exciting concert that combines a classical symphony with video art, a Go-Go beat, and “Da Originalz” dancers. Conducted by John Devlin. Tickets will sell out, so get yours today!

Adult – Advance: $20
Adult – At door: $25
Senior / Student – Advance: $15
Senior / Student – At door: $20

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Capital City Symphony Sibelius 150th Anniversary Celebration

Capital City Symphony

John Devlin conducting - photo Suhail Mir
May 17 at 5:00 pm

Sibelius 150th Anniversary Celebration

Sibelius, Finlandia ~ John Devlin, conductor

Sibelius, Symphony No. 5


Adults: $25
Child (Under 16): FREE
Student, any age, with valid student ID: $15
Student tickets can only be purchased at the Box Office day of the performance.  

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