Jordin Sparks, Seth Meyers, Audra McDonald headline January entertainment in DC

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A new year also brings a new month of fun events in the DC area. We'll help you mark your calendar with our January entertainment guide.



WTOP's Jason Fraley Previews January Entertainment (Part 1)

Is your New Year's resolution to go out on the town a little more often?

A new year also brings a new month of fun events in the DC area. We'll help you mark your calendar with our January entertainment guide:

January Entertainment Guide

January 2-6: “The Snow Maiden” at the Synetic Theater

January 2-7: “Ragtime” at the Signature Theater

January 2-7: “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” at the Théâtre de l’Aventure

January 2-14: “As You Like It” at the Shakespeare Theater

January 2-14: “Swept” on the Arena stage

January 2-14: “Fat Ham” at the Studio Theater

January 2-21: “Frozen” at the Kennedy Center

January 4-14: “How to be a Korean woman” at Theater J

January 5: The Warped Tour Band at the Fillmore

January 5 and 6: Ricky Skaggs at Birchmere

January 5 and 6: Aaron Lewis at the Hollywood Casino during the Charles Town races

January 7: Golden Globes on CBS

January 7: Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood at Capital One Hall

January 10: Tool at CFG Bank Arena

January 10-Feb. 18: “Love, Love, Love” at the Studio Theater

January 11: Rick Springfield and Richard Marx at Capital One Hall

January 11-13: Wagner's “The Wordless Ring” at the Kennedy Center

January 12: “Dancing with the Stars” at MGM National Harbor

January 12-13: Seth Meyers at the Kennedy Center

January 12-14: Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper at the Warner Theater

January 13: Charlie Wilson of the Gap Band at MGM National Harbor

January 13-14: “The Other Side” at the Kennedy Center

January 14: Critics Choice Awards on the CW

January 14: “True Detective” Season 4 on HBO

January 14: Rare essence in Hamilton

January 15: Emmy Awards on Fox

January 12: “Lift” on Netflix

January 13: Junior Marvin and the Wailers at the Hamilton

January 13: Jeff Dunham at EagleBank Arena

January 13: “And That's Why We Drink: On The Rocks Tour” at the Lincoln Theater

January 14: Tony Woods at DC Improv

January 15: “Let Freedom Ring” with Jordin Sparks at the Kennedy Center

January 16: Story of the Year at Rams Head Baltimore

January 16-21: The Del McCoury group at Wolf Trap

January 16-Feb. 14: Tribute to Burt Bacharach at Signature Theater

January 18: Stephen Percy of Ratt at Rams Head Baltimore

January 18-20: Kym Whitley at DC Comedy Loft

January 19: “Batman” in concert at the Warner Theater

January 19: Bey vs. Tay dance party at 9:30 p.m.

January 19: American Opera Initiatives at the Kennedy Center

January 19: Ava DuVernay's 'Origin' hits theaters

January 19-20: Andrew Schulz at the DAR Constitution Room

January 19-March 3: “Mindplay” on the arena stage

January 20: The Blackbyrds at the Howard Theater

January 20: Liz Callaway celebrates Sondheim at the Kennedy Center

January 20 and 21: “I have life: the music of Nina Simone” at Blues Alley

January the 21st : The Smithereens at Rams Head Annapolis

January 22: Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken at the Bethesda Theater

January 22-23: Three Dog Night at Rams Head Annapolis

January 23: Oscar nominees announced

January 23-28: “Annie” at the National Theater

January 24: Herman's Hermits at Birchmere

January 24-Feb. 25: “Close to Normal” at the Round House Theater

January 25-28: Jim Gaffigan at Constitution Hall

January 25-28: Reading Room Festival at the Folger Theater

January 26: Peabo Bryson at the Bethesda Theater

January 26: Wynton Marsalis in Strathmore

January 26: Carlos Ballarta on capital recovery

January 26: Union Stage presents Brad Upton at the Miracle Theater

January 26: “All of Us Strangers” hits theaters

January 26: 'Masters of the Air' Miniseries Debuts on Apple

January 26-Feb. 4: “Shen Yun” at the Kennedy Center

January 26-Feb. 4: “Tick, tick… BOOM!” » at the Kennedy Center

January 27: WWE “Royal Rumble” on Peacock

January 27: Grace Potter on the anthem

January 27: Willie Nile at the Hamilton

January 27: John Cusack Hosts 'Say Anything' at Warner Theater

January 27 and 28: “Monster Jam” at Capital One Arena

January 28: Mayer Hawthorne at Atlantis

January 30: Audra McDonald at the Kennedy Center

January 31: DMV pun at DC Improv



WTOP's Jason Fraley Previews January Entertainment (Part 2)

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