DC Events: Sept. 5-11


Saturday, September 5

Page to Stage: The Eight Annual Page to Stage is held at the Kennedy Center. This event features over 40 DC theater companies performing rehearsals or parts of upcoming productions.  It runs from Saturday to Tuesday and is FREE! Find the list of productions and more info, here: http://www.kennedy-center.org

Sunday, September 6

Labor Day Concert: One of my favorite annual events because it’s oh-so-DC. Sit on the Capitol Lawn and be serenaded by the National Symphony Orchestra. Free and starts at 5pm. More info here: http://dc.about.com/od/concerts/a/LaborDayConcert.htm

Going out: Georgetown’s Mate is having a Labor Day party with NO COVER, FTW! Starts at 9pm. More info here: http://www.washingtonian.com/locations/1553.html Perfect, since you don’t have to do anything on Monday.

Monday, September 7

Labor Day! Don’t you love having a day off? Okay, so I have had a lot of days off but you employed people should take advantage! The Smithsonians are open today so go take a look at all those exhibits you keep telling yourself you should see but don’t.

Tuesday , September 8

Shakespeare: This is the last week of the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Free for All. I will be going to see the Taming of the Shrew tonight. Go here for info and the schedule: http://www.shakespearetheatre.org/about/ffa/index.aspx

Film and Discussion: The Goethe Institute is showing the soon to be released The Baader Meinhof Complex / Der Baader-Meinhof Komplex and then having a discussion on it. If I didn’t have plans already, I would be here in a heartbeat both because I love German and I have a strange interest in terrorist organizations. More info here:  http://www.goethe.de

Wednesday, September 9

Kathy Reichs: The bestselling author (Bones) and forensic expert, Kathy Reichs is giving a lecture at the Freer Gallery of Art at noon. $25 for non-members. More info here: http://residentassociates.org/

Glee: Okay, so this is not technically a DC only event but I am so excited that I can’t resist putting this in. Fox’s new musical show premieres tonight at 9 and looks to be a good time.  Check out the pilot: http://www.fox.com/glee/

Thursday, September 10

Arts on Foot: This is a celebration in Penn Quarter (or Chinatown area, as I prefer to call it) of artists and the arts in general. Arts market is Thursday and Friday and the festival is on Saturday so take some time to check it out! http://www.artsonfoot.org/

Friday, September 11

Jazz in the Garden: Last night to hear Jazz in the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden. 5-8:30 pm More info http://www.nga.gov/programs/jazz/

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