OUR PICKS

Music

Get your spirit lifted Monday at 6 when Roberta Flack and the Georgetown Gospel and Chapel choirs take the Millennium Center stage at the Kennedy Center. The free performance is part of Georgetown's "Let Freedom Ring" celebration honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Call 202-467-4600.

-- Curt Fields Exhibition On route to a world tour including stops in Montreal, Paris and London, "Edouard Vuillard" premieres Sunday at the West Building of the National Gallery of Art. The approximately 230-work exhibition -- the largest since 1938 and the most comprehensive ever -- will feature rarely seen art by the French painter, whose long career stretched from the late 19th century into the first half of the 20th and whose output included folding screens, photographs, theater programs, prints, drawings and ceramics. Call 202-737-4215.

-- Michael O'Sullivan

Theater

The Folger Theatre's ebullient, big-hearted "Twelfth Night," set in the 1960s' flower power era with charming original music styled to fit that peace-and-love period, is a treat from start to finish as directed by Philadelphia's Aaron Posner. Only through Feb. 9. Call 202-544-7077.

-- Jane Horwitz

Dance Artis Mooney is among the most interesting and eclectic tap dancers in the D.C. area. With her company of advanced students and pros, she fuses the diverse rhythms of jazz, hip-hop, reggae, funk, soul, Latin and worldbeat into an ear-opening feast. Catch her company, DCArtistry Tap and Drum, at Joe's Movement Emporium Saturday at 8. Call 301-699-1819.

-- Lisa Traiger

Edouard Vuillard's "The Blue Sleeve."