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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.

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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