Contact the Greenberg Box Office at 202-885-2587, 3:00-6:00, Tuesday through Saturday, and one hour before shows. Get directions.
Late Fall and Early Spring Events
February 13-15, 8 p.m.
The Boy Detective Fails
Young Billy Argo is a miraculous boy detective in the great tradition of the Hardy Boys and Encyclopedia Brown. With the able assistance of his sister and his best friend, Billy can solve any crime that comes his way—except for the most challenging and disturbing puzzle of all. This unique and remarkable musical is by turns hilarious, hopeful, troubling, and deeply moving.
March 26-28, 2 p.m.
The Birds by Aristophanes
First performed in the spring of 414 BC, the story is simple and timeless—humans frustrated with life on earth seek a utopia. They find it in the trees with the birds. And then things get messy and complicated. With a distinct contemporary Greek influence, this production includes songs, dances, the building of an aerial city, fights, flights, marriage, an eventual usurpation, and more.
April 17-18, 8 p.m.
AU dance program’s annual mainstage presentation of fresh and seasoned perspectives on concert dance created by faculty, students, and guest artists, all performed by the American University Dance Company.
Recent Productions 2019
October 17–19, 25–26
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Big business leads to big laughs in this clever lampoon of life on the corporate ladder.
February 14 – 16
Nine members of a high school soccer team warm up for practice, negotiate growing up, and battle with each other and themselves.
March 28 – 30
The Government Inspector
A hilarious case of mistaken identity sends a Russian town into panic and greed.
April 13 – 14
Danceworks 2019: Fulcrum
American University Dance Company brings fresh and seasoned perspectives on concert dance.