What to Do Tonight: February 22

The Washington Ballet at the Kennedy Center, opening night of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” and Estelle at the Birchmere.

By: Samantha Miller

R&B singer Estelle performs at the Birchmere tonight. Photograph courtesy of the artist’s Facebook page.

Wednesday, February 22

BALLET: The Washington Ballet presents Twyla Tharp: AllAmerican at the Kennedy Center. The program features some of Tharp’s most famous works, including “Push Comes to Shove,” “Surfer at the Styx River,” and “Nice Sinatra Songs.” Tickets ($20 to $125) can be purchased through the KenCen’s website. 8 PM. The show runs though February 26.

MUSIC: South African vocal group Ladysmith Black Mambazo perform at Ram's Head Tavern. The Grammy Award–winning artists have collaborated with everyone from Paul Simon and Dolly Parton to Josh Groban and Stevie Wonder. Tickets ($35) can be purchased through the venue’s website. 8 PM.

R&B singer Estelle brings her tour to the Birchmere. The London native is known for her 2008 hit “American Boy.” Tickets ($29.50) can be purchased through Ticketmaster. 7:30 PM.

KID-FRIENDLY: Olney Theatre Center’s production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown opens tonight. In this delightful musical, the Peanuts gang comes to life through song and dance. Tickets ($26 to $39) can be purchased through the theater’s website. 8 PM. The play runs though March 18.