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    »THE PARAMEDIC with Special Guests

    September 21, 2014 7:45 PM

    268 Carroll Street
    Washington DC, DC

    »Shovels and Rope

    September 21, 2014 7:00 PM

    Shovels & Rope is a group that prides itself on simplicity. Based out of Charleston, South Carolina, the folk duo, comprised of Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent, uses two old guitars, a tin pan alley styled drum set (comprised of parts found at a junk yard), as well as harmonicas and heaps of vocals to create a style of music the two call "sloppy tonk." Shovels & Rope spent the majority of 2011 on the road, performing in various bars and music venues, where it was able to hone its approach before opting to record its debut album, which was released in 2012.

    815 V Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20001


    September 21, 2014 2:00 PM

    Two couples who've been vacationing together for 25 years party it up in "Cancún", where a late-night revelation leads to a whole new reality once the sun comes up. GALA Hispanic Theatre launches its 39th season with the DC premiere of this cutting-edge comedy, written by award-winning Catalonian Jordi Galcerán ("The Grönholm Method"), and staged in Spanish with screen-projected English surtitles. The ensemble features Chani Martín, Luz Nicolás and Carlos Castillo, who appeared to acclaim in last season's "Cabaret Barroco", and Maggie Bofill, who'll be making her GALA debut.

    3333 14th Street, Northwest
    Washington, DC 20010

    »Humantraffik, Earic Patten, Rodd Sim, Darius Twin, Will Miles (Dj), Julez, Lady Shah, Globb, Kinetiks Mc

    September 21, 2014 8:00 PM

    645 Florida Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC 20001


    September 21, 2014

    Tulsa, Oklahoma band, Broncho, formed in early 2010 as a side project for members of various other Oklahoma bands. By February, the group was playing live shows--short sets consisting of two minute garage ditties--and a few months after that, it had released an album. While Broncho considers itself punk rock, the majority of its recorded songs reflect a blend of Ramones-esque pop and slightly lo-fi garage, resulting in a palatable form of modern rock n' roll. The band's live shows, however, do showcase a more punk aesthetic, with a DIY sound and an aggressive playing style.

    1940 9th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20001

    »Hard Working Americans

    September 21, 2014 8:00 PM

    Hard Working Americans is a five-piece outfit that blends Americana, blues and country into one gritty, Southern rock sound. Powered by the narratives of working-class America, the group recorded and released its self-titled debut album in 2014.

    620 T Street Northwest
    Washington DC, DC 20001

    »Red Bull Battle Grounds Finals Sunday

    September 21, 2014 10:00 AM

    1215 U Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20009

    »The Dandy Warhols

    September 21, 2014 7:30 PM

    The Dandy Warhols is an alternative rock band that was formed in Portland, Oregon in 1993. The group draws upon a number of different influences like garage rock and post-punk revival to create a sound that somehow manages to be both rudimentary and refined. Though the band's fame dwindled at the start of the new millennium, The Dandy Warhols still continues to tour and release 1990s style alt rock.

    1811 14th Street Northwest
    Washington DC, DC 20009

    »Fool For Love

    September 21, 2014 3:00 PM

    Considered a true American classic, Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize-winning "Fool for Love" finds a woman named Mae hiding out at an old motel in the Southwest. Eddie, her old flame and childhood friend, shows up and threatens to metaphorically and literally drag her back into the life from which she had fled. Their battle plays out as they trade barbs, heartbreak and painful revelations, taking themselves and audiences on an unforgettable journey from love and attraction to obsession. At once funny and horrific, "Fool for Love" is widely regarded as Shepard's finest work.

    4545 East West Highway
    Bethesda, MD 20814


    September 21, 2014 7:30 PM

    A hit on Broadway when it debuted in 1975, the revered drama "Yentl" gets a thrilling new adaptation with a rousing rock-pop score by Jill Sobule, singer-songwriter of the original 1995 hit "I Kissed a Girl." Forbidden from studying the Talmud because of her gender, Yentl disguises herself as a man and sets out for a yeshiva. But when she falls in love, she must decide how far she's willing to go to protect her identity. Based on Isaac Bashevis Singer's classic Yiddish short story, "Yentl the Yeshiva Boy", this powerful tale set in 19th-century Eastern Europe has inspired legions of artists, including Barbra Streisand, who transformed it into a powerful musical film in 1983.

    1529 16th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20036

    »Shining City

    September 21, 2014 3:00 PM

    Written by acclaimed Irish playwright Conor McPherson, "Shining City" weaves the suspenseful tale of John, a Dubliner who consults fledgling therapist Ian for help in dealing with his deceased wife's horrific auto accident. As the drama continues, John reveals that he's been haunted by his wife's ghost, and parallels emerge between John and Ian's lives, building to a terrifying climax. Nominated for a Tony Award in 2006, "Shining City" examines the impulsive choices we make and their haunting effects on our lives. This Scena Theatre production is presented at the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

    1333 H Street, Northeast
    Washington, DC 20002


    September 21, 2014 7:00 PM

    "Molly" explores secret revelations of the young mistress of J.M. Synge, one of Ireland's greatest playwrights. Synge's brief yet passionate affair with Mary "Molly" Allgood, considered a "shockingly unsuitable" mistress due to her working-class upbringing as well as her religious and political affiliations, was tragically cut short due to his rapidly deteriorating health. Synge died of complications related to Hodgkin's lymphoma at 37 (he and Molly were engaged to be married at the time), yet his work, some of which was inspired by their relationship, still greatly impacts audiences and writers to this day. This original Scena Theatre production, written by award-winning Irish author and Georgetown Professor Emeritus George O'Brien, is presented at the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

    1333 H Street, Northeast
    Washington, DC 20002
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