Sunday, January 27, 2013

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Film Screenings at the Goethe at 6:30pm and Play Reading at Source at 7:30pm on MON, Jan 27th Thanks to, a great resource for Arts & Culture events in the DC Metro area!

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Monday, January 27th

Evening - Film Screenings at the Goethe - Chinatown
Indestructible II: Film Program
6:30pm - 8:15pm
see list of films being screened
All films are in English or have English subtitles. Total time: 96 min.
In cooperation with the Oberhausen, Germany International Short Film Festival and the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Goethe-Institut presents two film programs in response to the Hirshhorn's current exhibition, Damage Control: Art and Destruction since 1950on display through May 26, 2014.
812 Seventh St, NW
Metro: Gallery Pl - Chinatown

Evening - Play Reading at Source - U St 
Die Mommie Die!
A comic melodrama, presented by Rainbow Theatre Project, that evokes the 1960’s "grande guignol" films that featured aging stars such as Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and Lana Turner. A plot that reflects Greek tragedy as well as Hollywood kitsch, with a twist ending which airs out all the family’s dirty laundry. By Charles Busch, Directed by Chris Griffin. Rainbow Theatre Project is committed to being the premiere theatre for the LGBT community in the Nation’s Capital by presenting plays and musicals that reflect the unique experiences, interests and history of the LGBT community.
Source Theatre
1835 14th St NW
Metro: U St or take any bus along 14th St closer, or the Circulator to 14th & U 

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