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“Something You Did” Opens at Theater J Aug. 28

by Borderstan.com — August 18, 2010 at 9:41 pm 0

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With a couple of exceptions, local theaters are taking an August break. (Luis Gomez Photos)

With two exceptions, area theaters are taking an August vacation to prepare for the fall season. However, there is one pre-Labor Day opening, on Saturday, August 28 at “Theater J,” the DC Jewish Community Center’s Goldman Theater–Something You Did, which runs through October 3:

“A stellar student from a good family, Alison Moulton is serving her 30th year behind bars for an anti-war bombing that resulted in the death of a police officer. Now petitioning for parole, she’s visited by the slain officer’s daughter, and a former comrade turned neo-conservative media star who not only argues against her, but implicates a past associate, now a public official residing in the White House. Smear politics, 60s revisionism, and the desire to rejoin society form the driving, conflicting forces in this ‘fluid and eloquent play.’ (The New York Times)

There are two shows playing this weekend:

Full details for below the fold.

Theater in Dupont-Logan-U Street

Venue

Thursday
August 12

Friday
August 13

Saturday
August 14

Sunday
August 15

Church Street Theater

1742 Church St. NW
202-892-0202

Through August 29:Noises Off “uses the concept of “play within a play” while comically showing how cast and crew’s off-stage antics and personalities affect on-stage performance.” Noises Off8 pm
Noises Off 8 pm

 

Noises Off3 pm

Lincoln Theatre

1215 U St. NW
202-328-6000

Next show: Sanctified opens Oct. 21.

Source Theater

1835 14th St. NW
202-204-7800

Fridays and Saturdays, August 13 through September 11:Washington Improv Theater presents Neutrino Video Project

8pm

Neutrino Video Project8 pm

The Studio Theatre

1501 14th St. NW
202-332-3300

Next show:Moonlight by Harold Pinter opens September 9.


Aaron and Cecile Goldman Theater

Washington DCJCC
1529 16th St. NW
202-518-9400

Next shows:Something You Did opens August 28

Ganymede Arts

Watch for upcoming performances.
A stellar student from a good family, Alison Moulton is serving her 30th year behind bars for an anti-war bombing that resulted in the death of a police officer. Now petitioning for parole,

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