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Sunday, July 29, 2012
PAST: PERFORMANCE: Allyson M. Lewis presents "The Gimmick" at the DCAC in Adams Morgan this SAT, April 13th at 7:30pm, Free with advance RSVP
Free with advance RSVP - call (202)-462-7833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space
From invite: "This piece is about young Alexis finding refuge from the brutal reality of the streets among the library bookshelves, where she dreams of becoming an American writer in Paris like James Baldwin. I feel the need of telling this electrifying story to the community, because sometimes we allow our surrounding defeat our big dreams."
Metro: Woodley Park and walk or catch the Circulator bus one stop to Adams Mill, near 18th & Columbia, or you can take the 42 or 43 bus north along Conn Ave toward Mt Pleasant to 18th & Columbia and turn right