Posts Tagged ‘Vincent Gray’

Arts Roundup: Last Days of August Edition

Good morning, D.C.! I'm sure we're all ready to kick the August doldrums out the door, but this week's temperatures could set records. There might be a hurricane, too. All that on top of paying more to get around via WMATA—awesome, right?
If it makes you feel better, we're the third-brainiest city (according to the questionably prolific [...]

Freestylin’ D.C.: Beatles Trivia, Green Carpets, and More

Happy Monday! Hope you enjoy this weekday edition of Freestylin’ DC, where I’ll share some of the coolest and most interesting events posted on my site, Free in DC.

Grab your girlfriends and head over to Woolly Mammoth for their pay-what-you-can performance of In the Next Room, or the vibrator play, tonight [...]

Free Shakespeare Tickets? Prithee Ask Your Councilmember

If the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Free for Fall performance of Twelfth Night is as good as the one the troupe put on in 2008, audiences are in for a treat. This year there's even more positive news: No longer must audiences wait in line in the middle of the day to secure the free tickets. Instead [...]

This Week in CP Arts: 100 Washington Artists, Cornel West Theory, Dinner for Schmucks

Damn. We were getting used to having the cover story. I've no immediate ideas for an arts angle on Vincent Gray, so let's get into it.
Kriston Capps leads the Arts section with his look at the forthcoming book 100 Washington Artists and its author, Lenny Campello—who, it happens, is also an art dealer who's represented [...]