25 Things to Do in March

Celebrate Women's History Month, new authors, an escape to Neverland and the arrival of spring.
Renegade Hotttoddys

The Hott Toddys

Hott Toddys Live at The Renegade

When: March 6, 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Where: The Renegade, 3100 Clarendon Blvd, Arlington

Hailing from Reading, Pennsylvania, this high-energy cover band plays a range of rock, pop, dance and ska tunes with a sound that blends guitar, drums, bass, saxophone, keyboard, trumpet, and trombone.


 

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Chris Liverani on Unsplash

The Arlington Players: Waiting for the Host

When: March 6-13

Where: Live streamed online

As the pandemic begins and life shuts down, the rector of a small church convenes a handful of parishioners via video conference to put on a “passion play.” Chaos ensues when the actors bicker, technology confuses the process and the socially distant endeavor starts to fall apart. Yet, bitten by the acting bug and motivated to recreate Biblical stories in new ways, the group comes together with the help of an unexpected guest in this live streamed “play within a play” by Marc Palmieri. Tickets $8.50.


 

Currents Acrylic By Elise Ritter

Elise Ritter, Currents (acrylic)

Ambient Light

When: Through March 26

Where: Gallery Underground, 2100 Crystal Drive, Arlington

Studio 10 is a collaborative of five local artists—Elisabeth Hudgins, Kat Jamieson, Linda Maldonado, Elise Ritter and Deborah Taylor.  Their watercolor, oil, acrylic, collage and ink pieces in this exhibit are inspired by the light—real or imagined—that surrounds us each day. Admission is free.


 

Womens History Month Library

Women’s History Month at the Library

When: March 4-25

Where: Arlington Public Library (online)

Students in grades K-6 can celebrate Women’s History Month by participating in various craft projects—from collages to chemical-reaction paintings—and learning about influential women in this series sponsored by the Arlington Public Library in partnership with Smithsonian Libraries.  Craft packs will be available for pickup on Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the month, and Thursday online meetups will allow participants to craft together while listening to music. Authors Ann Radcliffe, the Brontë sisters, Mary Shelley, Louisa May Alcott and Jane Austen will be the focus of a March 24 discussion led by Regency Society of Virginia speaker Katherine Spivey. Participation is free.


 

Dance

A Signature Theatre dance musical theater masterclass

Virtual Masterclasses at Signature Theatre

When: March 4-25

Where: Online

Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of writing a play, dancing on stage or seeing your name in lights? Take some cues from the experts. This month’s virtual classes include Engage – Acting for the Camera on March 4, Writing your Life Story on March 11, Learn: Lyric Interpretation with Bobby Smith on March 18, and Dance: Musical Theater with Natascia Diaz on March 25. Classes are $10.


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