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$79 -- 'Bowie & Queen' by Washington Ballet, Saves over $20
Source: The Washington Ballet | By Erin Roth

The Washington Ballet presents a company premiere set to the music of David Bowie and Queen. Save more than $20 on tickets to weekend performances.
Friday-Sunday, May 13-15, 2016

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Source: Shakespeare Theatre Company

Maulik Pancholy ("Weeds," "30 Rock") stars in "The Taming of the Shrew" with the Shakespeare Theatre Company; includes weekend matinees and evenings.
May 17-22 and May 25-27

Source: Zoellner Arts Center

The Chicago Tribune calls the show a "whiz-bang, retro, good time Broadway musical"
May 8, at 7 p.m.

Source: Washington Nationals

Don't miss the action during the fourth inning, when the five presidential mascots "race" for glory.
May 24-25, 27, June 13, 15

Source: Live Nation

Choose from eight cities including Boston, New York, D.C. & Philadelphia
Select dates through July 16

Source: Riverdance

The Washington Post heralds "Riverdance" as "a phenomenon of historic proportions."
May 6-8

Source: The National Theatre

All midweek performances are included in this offer, plus two Friday and two Sunday night shows.
Select dates May 3-15

Source: McCarter Theatre Center

Choose from multiple evening and weekend performances.
May 3-5, 11-12, 15, 17-19, 22, 24-26

Source: Cirque du Soleil

See 'Kurios' at Lerner Town Square, and get access to an exclusive lounge with an open bar.
Select performances July 22 - Aug. 21

Source: Big Apple Circus

Big Apple Circus returns to Boston with a new, 1920s-inspired production, "The Grand Tour.” This offer saves up to 55% on tickets.
April 19-24, 28-30, and May 1, 4-8

Source: The Philadelphia Orchestra

Chicago Classical Review called virtuoso violinist Ehnes "an undeniably first-class artist" with "strikingly beautiful playing"
May 5-7

Source: Opera Philadelphia

This romantic comedy was called "charming and warm-hearted" (Santa Fe Reporter)
April 29, May 4 & 6

Source: D.C. United

D.C. United was one of the original 10 charter teams that formed MLS in 1996.
June 1 or Sept. 28

Source: Arena Stage

"Born for This" comes to the Arena Stage this summer, and Travelzoo members save more than 30% on tickets to the first few weeks of performances.
July 1-20

Source: Kennedy Center

Travelzoo members save 20% on events including concerts, dance and theater.
Select dates May 17 - June 5

Source: Regent Theatre

The Charlotte Observer said the comedy about marriage, romance, money and raising children "strikes directly to the funny bone"
April 13 - May 22

Source: Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

Save 30% on lawn and covered pavilion seats at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 3-4

Source: Signature Theatre

The New York Times calls "The Mystery of Love & Sex" "perfectly wonderful" and says it's "packed with humanity."
Through May 8

Source: Penn's Landing Playhouse

Orchestra seats are available for all performances at 40% off, including weekends, at Penn's Landing Playhouse
April 6 - May 28

Boston & Northeast Entertainment Tips
The spotlight is often on New York’s entertainment scene, but there’s much to talk about happening nearby in Boston as well in Washington, D.C.

From April to September, the biggest name in Boston entertainment is Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, but year round Boston offers world-class shows and events across the city. Many touring Broadway shows make a stop here, but the theater scene is vibrant with productions at the Wang, Shubert and Colonial theatres. And before retreating to Tanglewood in the summer, the Boston Symphony Orchestra performs from the fall through April at the gorgeous Symphony Hall, a venue worth a visit in its own right. And each summer the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company stages a major -- and free -- production on the Boston Common.

No visit to the nation’s capital is complete without a stop by D.C.’s famed Kennedy Center on the Potomac River, which hosts dance, orchestra, symphony and theatrical events. Ford’s Theatre, where President Lincoln was assassinated, still puts on performances as it has been since the 1860s. But the most popular attractions in D.C. remain the vast network of museums, primarily the 19 from the Smithsonian Institution, most on the National Mall. Some of the most popular include Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Air and Space Museum and the free National Zoological Park.