Free this week: catch a performance by the Carolina Chocolate Drops and the closing of the Iranian film festival.
Both singles and couples can give their Valentine’s Day a classic feel at this dance party with Rock & Roll from the 50s and 60s.
The director of Carlyle House Historic Park, Sarah Coster, will speak about the historical significance behind vintage items of mourning, including rings and needlework.
Chair of the film department at Columbia University and former Black Panther leader Jamal Joseph will speak about his experiences in a discussion of his autobiography “Panther Baby.”
See a theater form that dates back to the 16th century at play--the Commedia dell’ Arte--as the DC-based Faction of Fools Theatre Company, Inc. perform William Shakespeare’s timeless “Romeo and Juliet.”
Hear an eclectic repertoire of songs from the pre-Civil War South and even some Tom Waits performed by this Grammy Award-winning band. Tickets are required for this free event, and can be obtained throughTicketMaster.
This is your last day to catch the Iranian Film Festival, a GoingOutGuide Editors’ Pick. “Here without Me,” an update of Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Mengarie” directed by Bahram Tavakoli, is closing out the festival.