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What to Do This Week: February 13 to 16
Opening night of “Civilization (All You Can Eat)” at Woolly Mammoth, pianist Lise de la Salle at Strathmore, and Valentine’s Day events galore. By Samantha Miller
Comments () | Published February 10, 2012

Caption: French pianist Lise de la Salle. Photograph courtesy of the artist’s Facebook page.

Monday, February 13

THEATER: Woolly Mammoth’s new show Civilization (All You Can Eat) opens tonight. The satire explores the relationship between food and modern society. Tickets for tonight’s pay-what-you-can performance are available at the box office starting at 6 PM. Tickets for other performances (starting at $30) can be purchased through the theater’s website. 8 PM. The show runs through March 11.

Tuesday, February 14

VALENTINE’S DAY: Whether you’re spending the day with someone special or flying solo, check out our Valentine’s Day Guide for a roundup of Washington’s loveliest events.

Wednesday, February 15

KID-FRIENDLY: Little ones will flip for Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic at the Verizon Center. The show features 65 of Disney’s most popular characters, including Mickey and Minnie, Belle, Buzz Lightyear, Nemo, Simba, and more. Tickets ($20 to $75) can be purchased through Ticketmaster. 7:30 PM. The show runs through February 20.

Thursday, February 16

MUSIC: Pianist Lise de la Salle joins the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the Strathmore. The 23-year-old French sensation will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, Brahms’s “Tragic Overture,” Wagner’s overture to “The Flying Dutchman,” and R. Strauss’s “Death and Transfiguration.” Tickets ($28 to $88) can be purchased through the Strathmore’s website. 8 PM.

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