Posts Tagged ‘Fate of a Salesman’

ToDo ToDay: VelocityDC, Obits, and The Bentzen Ball

New York’s annual 10-day-long dance blitz is called Fall for Dance. In D.C., the same concept, packed into just three days with 30 local companies, is known as VelocityDC. On opening night, you’ll see more or less traditional work from the Washington Ballet’s studio company and Edwin Aparicio’s flamenco troupe. But the event’s emerging performers [...]

Fate of a Salesman, Reviewed

H Street NE shop Men’s Fashion Center, once the choice outfitter for local legends like Chuck Brown, closed its doors in 2012 after six decades in business. With their vérité documentary, Fate of a Salesman, Ben Crosbie and Tessa Moran (an occasional Washington City Paper contributor) chronicle the store’s final year with gentle curiosity and wistful imagery. The directors follow [...]