BloomScreen & DC Fair Food present: "Harvest of Shame"
Film Screening and Free Organic Food - Provided By Zenful Bites
7:00pm - 9:00pm
All ages, by donation, $10 suggested
- Proceeds benefit both DC Fair Food Network and BloomBars!
After the screening, there will be a Q&A discussion with fair food activists, Josephine Chu and Sarah Vasquez – of the DC Fair Food Network. Your support of DC Fair Food Network benefits a nonprofit organization dedicated to building a more just and sustainable food system.
3222 11th St, NW
- First Draft Reading
The Drama Committee hosts the First Draft/Character Theater "Second Look" new play reading of the outrageous comedy "The White Trash Grail Play," written by audience favorite and two time Helen Hayes Award nominee Allyson Currin, directed by Helen Pafumi. "The White Trash Grail Play" is a hilarious take on classic "quest" storytelling featuring one woman's slightly deranged journey to discover her self, and the secret to happiness. Ally is an award-winning playwright and actor who teaches at the department of Theater and Dance at GWU. Recent plays from the First Draft Reading Series that have gone on to production include "Benched" and "Caesar and Dada."
Arts Club of Washington
- 2017 I St, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom
hosted by Gowri K.
9:00pm - 11:00pm
$5 cover; no refunds; ticket purchase limit of 4 per person.
On the day of the event, tickets can be purchased online starting at midnight. On the day of the event, tickets can be purchased in the restaurant starting at 10:00am (cash only) and at the door, if available.
Philip Clark co-edited Persistent Voices: Poetry by Writers Lost to AIDS (Alyson, 2010). His essays have appeared in such collections as The Lost Library: Gay Fiction Rediscovered; The Golden Age of Gay Fiction; 50 Gay and Lesbian Books Everybody Must Read; and The Oxford Companion to the Photograph. He is currently editing the selected poems of Donald Britton and researching the life of Guild Press publisher H. Lynn Womack. Extracts from this research will appear in 2013 as part of the essay anthology 1960s Gay Pulp Fiction: The Misplaced Heritage (University of Massachusetts).
- Busboys & Poets
14th & V St, NW
Metro: U St