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    Comedian Tom Green’s coming to town with his infamous sack o ...

    No Washingtonians, it’s not the third quarter at the Caps game and we’re not begrudgingly losing to Montreal again 1-0 in the third period. There is no Verizon Center Jumbotron above the ice for us to scream at clenching our cold tallboy of Mols...See More: Stage/Screen

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    Arena Stage Presents: Fiddler on the Roof

    Arena Stage is celebrating the 50th anniversary of classic musical Fiddler on the Roof through January 4 on its four-sided Fichandler Stage. Arena’s Artistic Director, Molly Smith, feels a special connection to the play and its symbolism of the im...See More: Stage/Screen

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    Signature Theatre’s Provocative: Sex with Strangers

    The alluring Sex with Strangers makes its Washington, DC debut at Signature Theatre this fall. Author Laura Eason’s 2009 play, which comes to Signature after a summer production in New York with David Schwimmer directing and Breaking Bad’s Anna Gu...See More: Stage/Screen

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    Shakespeare Young Professionals Night November 2014

    Shakespeare Theatre hosted a Young Professionals Happy Hour for after the showing of "As You Like It" playing this month at Lansburgh Theatre. Photos: Sinic StatonSee More: Stage/Screen

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    All the World’s a Stage in Shakespeare Theatre Company’s As ...

    All the World’s a Stage,” one of the most famous phrases ever written by Shakespeare, originates from the Bard’s pastoral comedy As You Like It. This iconic interpretation of the meaning of life stems from the idea that everything is subject to ch...See More: Stage/Screen

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    Suffering Cassandra: It Takes a Village…to Make a Movie

    Movies aren’t made by one person alone; film is a collaborative effort. And who better to collaborate with than those you’re closest to? No one knows this better than Roberto Carmona, writer and director of Suffering Cassandra, Carmona’s first fea...See More: Stage/Screen

  • Stage/Screen

    DC Shorts VIP Party

    DC Shorts, with recognition as one of the largest short film events on the East Coast, celebrated its 11th year with a Filmmaker Welcome Reception at Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Photos: Mark Van BerghSee More: Stage/Screen

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    Meaning in the Little Things: A Look Local DC Shorts

    In its first year, DC Shorts screened 30 films at a single venue over two days. This year, audiences can expect a festival that’s bigger than ever. DC Shorts 2014 will screen 135 films from 25 countries, “our highest number ever,” says Jon Gann, D...See More: Stage/Screen

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    The Social Theater Goers Guide

    There is no question that DC is an artistic city. We have access to some of the most talented performers in the nation – and dozens of the reputable theaters that support them. Most major performing arts centers in the area – from National Theatre...See More: Stage/Screen

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    Chick Flick? Not So Much

    Hey guys, we know it's the 'Man Issue" but Kevin McCarthy, film guru at Fox 5 News offered up some movie ideas that might surprise you. We think his picks are perfect for the next time you're looking to cozy up with your girl for an evening in.See More: Stage/Screen

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