Monday, November 12, 2012

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Play Reading near Chinatown + Local Author Event in NoVa + Marriage Equality Conversation at UMD on TUES, Nov 12th, Thanks to!

Here are some more great free arts and culture events from! This site is a wonderful resource for events provided by CultureCapital (formerly known as the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington) a wonderful organization that supports and highlights the metro area's diverse and vibrant arts community! Find more upcoming free events and exhibitions on view in the DC metro area on the customized "Free in DC" Inside-Out page. You can also sign up for their weekly Insider email that goes out every Tuesday and/or for their new Weekend edition! Select Free events below are organized by date and time. Please click through for more event details.

Tuesday, November 12th

Evening - Play Reading at Undercroft Theatre - Chinatown/ Mt Vernon Sq 

The Doctor's Dilemma by George Bernard Shaw
A reading of Shaw's look at Art & Medicine. Should a physician save a worthless saint or a despicable genius? Presented by Washington Stage Guild
Undercroft Theatre
900 Massachusetts Ave NW
Metro: Mt Vernon Sq - Convention Center or Gallery Pl - Chinatown or take the Circulator bus to the stop closest to 9th & Mass

Evening - Local Author event at One More Page Books - West Falls Church, VA

Northern Virginia Jewish Book Festival: Local Author Event
RSVP recommended, Reception to follow the event
Presented by Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia 
NVJBF Local Author Event hosted by Alan Orloff. It's like speed-dating, but with authors! They'll have just three minutes to capture your imagination! Authors are posted here.
One More Page Books
2200 N. Westmoreland St- Arlington, VA 
Metro: West Falls Church, walking distance from the metro

Evening - Concersation about Maryland's Marriage Equality Law at UMD - College Park, MD

Same Sex Marriage and the Faith Community: A Conversation about Equal Rights
Join Derrick Harkins, one of the leaders of the Democratic Party's faith outreach efforts, Cedric Harmon of Many Voices, a black church movement for gay and transgender justice and Delman Coates from Mt. Ennon Baptist Church, along with choreographer David Rousséve as they answer questions and converse about Maryland's marriage equality law and its effect on the faith community.
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Stadium Drive, UMD Campus - College Park, MD
Metro: College Park and take a bus or taxi

Find more free events and exhibits on view on the "Free in DC" Inside-Out page!

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