Back to one of the most beautiful, most spooky spots on the Hill: Congressional Cemetery! The show’s at 8pm, but come early to purchase a glass of wine (in front of the chapel where we’ll be performing) and do a little gravespotting as you sip. Tickets can be bought here; walk-up tickets are possible, but not guaranteed. Had to turn folks away last fall when we debuted here.
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Hooray! Man, this festy only gets better each year due to the very hard work of the many volunteers of the Folklore Society of Greater Washington who make it go. Watch this space for more details; we’ll be able to share a specific date and time soon.
Coming right up: we open for Grand Ole’ Ditch at the best little venue in Georgetown.
Hello all! Belinda’s going on hiatus from DMH, but she will be playing our 12/4 show. More here.
Guys, we plan to see 2016 out with a bang by playing one last gig at the most delightful little house concert series in the whole of Hyattsville, Md. It’s slated to start at 4pm on that Sunday. You can book your tickets now by emailing our host, Alex Counts, on email@example.com. Ho-ho-hope to see you there!
Join us in the Chapel for an evening of creepy tunes. Come early to enjoy an adult beverage; beer and wine will be available for purchase. Explore the final resting place of Civil War photographer Mathew Brady, composer John Phillip Sousa and other luminaries. The staffers have amazing stories to share about the graves, monuments and history of this very special corner of DC’s Capitol Hill.
Pictured below is us at another local cemetery. We’re fond of such places.
With Pinky Swear Productions, we bring the celebrated new musical OVER HER DEAD BODY to the coziest little venue on Capitol Hill. More info about the Corner Store (steps from the Eastern Market Metro stop) and all upcoming fall performances may be found here.
On a night when the stage is dark for Romeo & Juliet, OVER HER DEAD BODY is taking over! As part of the venue’s Happenings Happy Hour series, Pinky Swear Productions and we are bringing the beautifully macabre musical to downtown DC’s center for Shakespeare performances. All the details are here. Tickets are free for the 6pm show, but reservations are strongly encouraged. More info here.