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Boys and Girls Club of Washington (The Kennedy Center)

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington (BGCGW) is one of the largest affiliates of Boys & Girls Clubs of America with 17 Clubs and two Outreach Centers throughout D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, and a summer camp in Maryland. BGCGW currently serves approximately 30,000 area youths. The mission of BGCGW is to help boys and girls of all backgrounds, especially those that need us most, build confidence, develop character, and acquire the skills needed to become productive, civic-minded, responsible adults.

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Upcoming Millennium Stage Performances

Watch these performances free at the Kennedy Center or online.

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7/28/14: Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

The youth program presents RUKA, a cross-disciplined family musical that explores the lives of a caterpillar, an ant, and a pair of twin crickets. Free general admission tickets will be distributed in the States Gallery starting at approximately 5:30 p.m., up to 2 tickets per person.


Watch Past Performances

Target Family Night: Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington 10/6/13: Target Family Night: Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington

Icon 13 is an annual showcase of talent by D.C.-area youth.

Target Family Night: Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington

Icon 13 is an annual showcase of talent by D.C.-area youth.
ENDANGERED! The Eco-Musical presented by Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington's TAP Camp 8/8/13: ENDANGERED! The Eco-Musical presented by Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington's TAP Camp

ENDANGERED! The Eco-Musical - Book & Lyrics by Keni Fine, Music/Orchestration & Musical Direction by Tony Small. Featuring local youth from the 6th annual Teen Arts Performance (TAP) Camp, Helen Hayes Award winner Nova Payton, and choreography from Oscar Hawkins and the Kirov Ballet School with the world debut of "Waltz of the Endangered"composed by Tony Small.

ENDANGERED! The Eco-Musical presented by Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington's TAP Camp

ENDANGERED! The Eco-Musical - Book & Lyrics by Keni Fine, Music/Orchestration & Musical Direction by Tony Small. Featuring local youth from the 6th annual Teen Arts Performance (TAP) Camp, Helen Hayes Award winner Nova Payton, and choreography from Oscar Hawkins and the Kirov Ballet School with the world debut of "Waltz of the Endangered"composed by Tony Small.

Capital One Community Night: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington 10/4/12: Capital One Community Night: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington

In Icon 12, ten finalists comprised of local youth compete and display their remarkable talents on stage.

Capital One Community Night: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington

In Icon 12, ten finalists comprised of local youth compete and display their remarkable talents on stage.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington 7/13/12: Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Local youth display their talents on stage.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Local youth display their talents on stage.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington 10/11/11: Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

In Icon 11, local youth display their talents on stage to earn awards and scholarships.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

In Icon 11, local youth display their talents on stage to earn awards and scholarships.
Target Family Night: Boys and Girls Club of Washington 7/8/11: Target Family Night: Boys and Girls Club of Washington

The 2011 Teen Arts Performance (TAP) program is a year-round training program and summer residential camp; this year the overnight camp was a 4 day visual and performance program hosted at Howard University. This performance featured saxophonist Mike Burton, violinists Chelsey Green and Juliette Jones. Tony Small is the founding and Artistic Director.

Target Family Night: Boys and Girls Club of Washington

The 2011 Teen Arts Performance (TAP) program is a year-round training program and summer residential camp; this year the overnight camp was a 4 day visual and performance program hosted at Howard University. This performance featured saxophonist Mike Burton, violinists Chelsey Green and Juliette Jones. Tony Small is the founding and Artistic Director.
Capital One Bank Night: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington 10/6/10: Capital One Bank Night: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington

In Icon 10, local youth display their talents on stage in addition to receiving awards and scholarships for school.

Capital One Bank Night: The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington

In Icon 10, local youth display their talents on stage in addition to receiving awards and scholarships for school.
Boys and Girls Club of Washington 7/8/10: Boys and Girls Club of Washington

In partnership with the Juilliard School, seven teens from the 75 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Teen Arts Performance (TAP) troupe perform "edutainment" songs: Jermaine Harris, Analisa Walls, Avery Bagarsse, Samantha Long, Tyriq Al-Sabir, Racheal Edwards and Mayila Jones. The performance arts program was founded and is directed by Tony M. Small. Also, renowned jazz musicians from the 2010 Juilliard Jazz Residency perform: drummer and Artistic Director Carl Allen, pianist Frank Kimbrough, bassist Ben Wolfe, guitarist Rodney Jones, saxophonist Ron Blake, and trombonist James Burton.

Boys and Girls Club of Washington

In partnership with the Juilliard School, seven teens from the 75 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Teen Arts Performance (TAP) troupe perform "edutainment" songs: Jermaine Harris, Analisa Walls, Avery Bagarsse, Samantha Long, Tyriq Al-Sabir, Racheal Edwards and Mayila Jones. The performance arts program was founded and is directed by Tony M. Small. Also, renowned jazz musicians from the 2010 Juilliard Jazz Residency perform: drummer and Artistic Director Carl Allen, pianist Frank Kimbrough, bassist Ben Wolfe, guitarist Rodney Jones, saxophonist Ron Blake, and trombonist James Burton.

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