Genderosity have been postponed to June 6-7, 2020.

After continued discussions and new recommendations from the DC Mayor's office and DC Health Department, performances of Genderosity scheduled have been postponed to June 6-7, 2020. Please note the new show dates are subject to change as we navigate the ongoing information we are receiving from the government. 

If you currently have a ticket for Genderosity, all tickets will be honored for the new performance dates. If you need to exchange your tickets for a different date or have any questions, you can email us at or call the office at 202-293-1548. Our office hours are generally weekdays from 10am to 6pm. We ask for your patience if we do not get back to you right away, as this has been a rapidly developing situation.

A glam rock spectacle serving self-expression realness

June 6, 2020 at 8:00pm
June 7, 2020 at 3:00pm (ASL)
Lincoln Theatre
1215 U Street NW
Tickets: Call 202-888-0050 Mon-Fri 1pm - 7pm
ASL tickets and groups of 10 or more: Call 202-293-1548

It's all about gender expression and being fabulous! We present an all-new spectacle complete with over-the-top costumes, dancers, and more, celebrating the phenomenal spectrum of gender expression. Songs include "Dancing Queen," "Vogue," "Born This Way," "The Village," "A Little More Mascara," "Home," and "My Strongest Suit." So grab your best outfit, dance in the aisles, and join us for a celebration!

with special guest Batalá

We are thrilled to announced that our special guest will be Batalá, an all-women percussion band whose mission is to empower women through drumming and expose communities to Brazil’s dynamic music and culture. The group is a diverse community of women hailing from countries in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. There are currently over 75 women in the DC group!

Batalá ‘s Washington, DC band is part of an international Batalá family formed in Paris in 1997 by Giba Goncalves. Batalá began as the European wing of Cortejo Afro, an arts education project to help disadvantaged young people. The instruments and clothing are all manufactured in Salvador, Bahia, where the band has a social program that provides jobs for many poor families. From Paris, Batalá spread to other cities in France, Belgium, Spain, Africa, the United Kingdom, and back to its origins in Brazil. In 2007, Batalá came to Washington, DC, extending the reach of this infectious music for the first time to the United States. Today, there are six bands in the US, joining a total of over 30 Batalá bands worldwide. As part of our mission, Batalá Washington also operates a community outreach project to teach underserved youth throughout the DC Metro Area samba-reggae rhythms and dance.