As the Workhouse Arts Center grows, plans are in the works for a state-of-the-art 350 seat theater in building W-12 with a new amphitheater adjacent it. But why wait?! The Workhouse already offers a wonderful variety of performing events throughout the year in the new 100-seat theater in the W-3, the W-16 Gallery, and seasonally in our Performance Tent in the quad!
To reserve your tickets for performances and events, please reserve your seats below or call the Workhouse Arts Center at (703) 584-2900 Wed through Saturday 11am-6pm, and Sunday 12pm-5pm.
For more information on Performing Arts & Film Tickets click here.
Having trouble registering online? No problem; call us and we can register you over the phone at 703-584-2900.
Exciting and innovative, The Alexandria Kleztet has been combining traditional Eastern European/Jewish music with diverse influences for more than a decade. New arrangements of traditional melodies and original songs by members of the band draw upon jazz, classical, world beat, rock and other musical genres to create a unique and entertaining sound. The Alexandria Kleztet is based in the Washington/Baltimore area and has performed througout the Mid-Atlantic region, including appearances at the Kennedy Center and regular concerts at the Peabody Institute.
The sound of the award-winning group Town Mountain can best be described as traditional bluegrass, albeit with a rough-hewn side to it that is not too slick or glossy. They are a band of the here-and-now, yet they have a groove that is based on the bluesy and swinging sounds explored by the first generation of bluegrass pioneers of the last century. A "hard-driving Carolina string band," Town Mountain is not to be missed!
The music of Soul Crackers encompasses Memphis and Motown soul, and features timeless songs by artists like Sam & Dave, Average White Band, Martha & The Vandellas, and Wilson Pickett. Soul Crackers brings together all ages and personalities for a dance party like no other. Soul Crackers grew up with the Motown sound and honor it with the legitimacy of a crackerjack soul horn band from the 1960s.
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