Euan Morton stars as Hedwig in the Kennedy Center's “Hedwig and The Angry Inch.” (Joan Marcus)

Monday, June 12

Negroni Week After-Party at The Royal: The annual city-wide Negroni Week wraps up with one last Campari-soaked event. The Royal's Drew Larsen and guest bartender Jon Arroyo (Founding Farmers, Founding Spirits) have created a menu of eight Negroni variations, using everything from mezcal to local spirits, for $8 each. The bar also offers late-night tamales and all-night Atlas beer specials. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Tuesday, June 13

‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ at Kennedy Center: Euan Morton stars in the Tony Award winning rock musical about a gender queer singer named Hedwig dealing with the trials of love, music and a botched medical operation. The production, originated by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, is directed by Tony winner Michael Mayer (“Spring Awakening”). Morton was nominated for a 2004 Tony for his role in “Taboo.” Through July 2. 8 p.m. $59-$159.

Wednesday, June 14

AFI Docs at multiple area locations: This annual documentary film festival kicks off its 15th year with the East Coast premiere of Netflix’s “Icarus.” The screening of the documentary about Russia’s athletics doping scandal, which debuted at Sundance and will screen at the Newseum, will feature a Q&A session with director Bryan Fogel, who took a hands-on approach to telling his story. AFI Docs will feature 103 films, including three world premieres and seven U.S. premieres, including the Al Gore-focused follow-up “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.” Through Sunday. Passes $50-$500, individual screenings $12-$15.

Bard in the Park film series at Canal Park: Over the last three Wednesdays of the month, the Folger Shakespeare Library will screen three modern adaptations of the Bard’s work: “Romeo + Juliet” on June 14 (the good one with Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes, not the newer one nobody saw); Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing” on June 21; and teen comedy “10 Things I Hate About You” (a riff on “The Taming of the Shrew”) on June 28. 6:30 p.m. Free.

D.C. Punk Archive rooftop show at Woodridge Public Library: The D.C. Public Library’s excellent D.C. Punk Archive basement concert series went on hiatus when the MLK Library closed for renovations in March. It’s returning this summer at a much more seasonally appropriate venue: The rooftop terrace of the Woodridge Library, which was renovated last year. The first show features the experimental jazz of the Elliott Levin Quartet, which includes former Sun Ra Arkestra guitarist David Hotep, and punky local improvisational guitar-and-drums duo Weed Tree. Capacity is limited to 70 people. 6:30 p.m. Free.

Thursday, June 15

History and Hops with Mike Van Hall at Heurich House: The man in charge of hosting duties at the Heurich House's monthly History and Hops tasting is Mike Van Hall, the artist who has designed cans for Stillwater and Aslin, released some provocative beer stickers and created a whole line of stylish hop-centric posters for the Committee on Opprobriations. An exhibit of Van Hall's original art is going on display on the Heurich House's lower level, and he's bringing a trio of beers from Aslin, which hardly ever leave the Herndon brewery for D.C. Admission includes all drinks and snacks. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. $30. 

Friday, June 16

Awesome Con at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center: Washington’s fifth annual mega-gathering for comic book and sci-fi fans is heavy on boldface names, including Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee, actor and blogger Wil Wheaton and former Dr. Who David Tennant. There’s also a chance to meet numerous comic book writers and artists, including Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics and “The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl,” and Andrew Aydin, who co-authored the “March” series of graphic novels with Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.). More to geek out over: cosplay and costume contests; a Smithsonian-sponsored “Future Con” panel about the intersection of science and science fiction; and after-parties with stand-up comedy, DJs and drinks. Through Sunday. Daily admission $35-$45; three-day weekend pass $75.

Excellent Adventure at National Geographic: National Geographic and local party experts Brightest Young Things are once again teaming up for a night of science, exploration and getting down at National Geographic headquarters. The main draw is a chance to hear a series of short but fascinating talks from scientists and researchers who've fanned out around the globe to search for Genghis Khan's tomb and excavate caves where Neanderthals might have lived. But there's also after-hours access to the National Geographic Museum; music by '80s cover band Herr Metal; DJ sets by Oddisee and the Axel F crew; and multiple bars and food trucks to check out while wandering around. 8 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. $30 in advance.

Lizzo at 9:30 Club: Adept at rapping and singing, Lizzo is a performer to watch. Her upbeat breakout single “Good as Hell,” an ode to female confidence, was featured on the soundtrack of the 2016 film “Barbershop: The Next Cut.” Her EP, “Coconut Oil,” dropped in October to positive reviews, and she recently signed a major-label deal with Atlantic Records. 8 p.m. $20.

Correction: An earlier version of this article said the after hours event at National Geographic is on Thursday. It is on Friday. This version has been updated.

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