Circo Comedia

Mar 3, Frederick: The Weinberg presents family entertainment at its finest with unpredictable thrills, side-splitting laughs, and daredevil stunts in the tradition of the Quebec Circus. A combination of physical finesse, acrobatics, and magic take comedy to new heights.

Handel Choir of Baltimore

Mar 3, Baltimore: First Fridays at St. David's Episcopal Church invites you to end your week on a high note with music from the combined forces of the Handel Choir of Baltimore and the Choir of St. David's.

Annapolis Irish Weekend

Mar 4-5, Annapolis: Head to Annapolis to kick off the 5th Annual Irish Weekend with an old-fashioned Hooley on Saturday, complete with pipe bands, irish dancers and food. The St. Patrick's Parade will take place on Sunday.

Maryland Home and Garden Show

Mar 4-5, 10-12, Timonium: Come get inspired from gardens filled with colorful blooms, home improvement experts ready to help you complete your to-do lists, and juried crafters displaying their wares.

The Queen Symphony

Mar 4, Bethesda: The Strathmore presents Tolga Kashif’s The Queen Symphony, a work comprising six movements based on well-known melodies from the rock band Queen. These include Bohemian Rhapsody, We Will Rock You, We Are the Champions, and Who Wants to Live Forever. Don't miss this acclaimed orchestral work!

Celebration of Women's Voices

Mar 4, College Park: For the 13th consecutive year the UMD Women’s Chorus presents a program of music for treble voices to mark the beginning of Women’s History Month.

The Bodyguard

Mar 2-5, Baltimore: The Hippodrome presents an adaptation of the award-winning musical about a former secret service agent who falls in love with a superstar he is charged with protecting from a mysterious stalker.

Bolton Street Synagogue's Big Fat Klezmer Dance Party

Mar 4, Baltimore: BSS becomes the hottest spot in Baltimore, featuring live music with Charm City Klezmer and dance lessons. Dance to an explosion of beats from traditional Yiddish melodies to Eastern European dance music, as well as some Israeli, Hassidic, and Hebrew songs. This family friendly event is not to be missed!

Laughter on the 23rd Floor

Now-Mar 12, Laurel: Inspired by Neil Simon's experience as a staff writer on Sid Caesar's Your Show of Shows, this comic drama shows the harried writing staff frantically scrambling to top each other with gags while competing for the attention of star madman "Max Prince". Come support community theatre!

Now-Mar 5, DC: A treasured ballet featuring love, betrayal, and forgiveness, all paired with coveted virtuoso roles and performed beautifully by The Washington Ballet at the Kennedy Center.

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