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Cuesheet 2014-2015 Season

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Grab your lab coats and safety goggles. This one-man science show can be electric!
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When it comes to creating music, composers like to push the limits. Get ready to hear how!
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NSO musicians explore opposites and how they make music to our ears
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There’s a mystery in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall! Join the NSO for a frightfully fun, music-filled whodunit
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Get a special, insider’s peek behind the curtains of one of the world’s most popular operas, Giacomo Puccini’s La bohème.
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Bassist, vocalist, and composer Katie Ernst brings the poetry of Dorothy Parker to life in the original program Little Words
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A unique view of Anne Frank told through dance, music, spoken text, sound effects, and lighting
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Puccini’s famous poor-but-happy Parisians seem to believe their bohemian lifestyle can keep them warm
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What do you get your best friend who has everything?
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The magic of the holiday season to life with heroic toy soldiers, sword-fighting mice, and a glittering journey to the Kingdom of Sweets
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Take a trip with a mysterious little prince as he gives valuable lessons in life, love, and laughter
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The story of a young girl on the autism spectrum who changes a community
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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performs their signature work, Revelations
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This ensemble works to continue the legacy of the great jazz master John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie
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Join bandleader Chris Brubeck and Triple Play, to explore the history and evolution of the blues
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Russia’s historic Mariinsky Ballet returns to the Kennedy Center with a dynamic program of Russian choreographers
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The Teddy Bear Concerts invite the youngest of music lovers to join in performances with musicians from the NSO
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Based on the Scots-Irish “Jack Legends,” passed down by the settlers of the Appalachian mountains
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The NSO gears up for Spring Training with this fun program inspired by America’s favorite pastime
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What do you get when you combine classical music and classical ballet with Hip-Hop?
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Join classical woodwind ensemble Imani Winds as they explore the building blocks of music
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The dark magic of the Flying Dutchman's ship is strong, but the tormented captain searches for a true love that’s stronger
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Meet this young Bolivian choir and orchestra
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NSO open rehearsal and question-and-answer session
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Prepare to experience the story of Don Quixote in a whole new way with this Spanish theater company
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Join the NSO for a fun and surprising look at how math, science, and music connect
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Meet Time for Three, the young string ensemble who knows no musical boundaries.
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A traveling adventurer visits the NSO to show some ancient instruments and a magical secret!
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Balance. Communication. Cooperation. No one shows it off quite like the Arch8 company.
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A poor newspaper boy who loves music has a chance encounter with composer George Gershwin
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This program features the cello, the second largest instrument in the string family
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Find out what baseball and music have in common
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The reimagined story of the girl who spends her life sweeping cinders, but dreams of something more
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Jazz musician Antonio Hart explores the techniques musicians use to create their own unique styles
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Tap into the funk with four hoofers, a trunk full of tap shoes, funky costumes, and a big brass band
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Scottish Ballet celebrates the 65th anniversary of Tennessee William’s masterpiece with this original adaptation
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