Weekend of Short Films, Short Jews & Short People

  • Friday, September 11-Thursday, September 17: A celebrity is in town, and it has NOTHING to do with Obama! See Billy Crystal perform a play all about HIMSELF, because he is so important and witty that he wants you to experience every single one of his moments of love, laughter and loss. Tickets are $42-$150. [700 Sundays]

  • Friday, September 11 through Thursday, September 17: Little movies that could will be featured at the DC Shorts Film Festival. The Festival features 100 films, ranging from 1 minute to 20 minutes. If you're up for a challenge, you could sit through over 10 hours of films to see all of them, but we recommended just seeing a few. Tickets are $10. [DC Shorts Film Festival]
  • Saturday, September 12: Take a peak inside the Kennedy Center at their open house this Saturday from noon to 7PM. See a lady on a really tall unicycle, listen to mambo music and meet lots of writers, performers and directors. Free. [Kennedy Center Open House Arts Festival]
  • Saturday, September 12: Things the Nats' stadium is good for other than housing less-than-adequate baseball players: OPERA. We kid you not, the stadium is hosting a FREE simulcast of the opening night performance of The Barber of Seville. It's "Opera in the Outfield," and it should be way less lame than its title. Free. [Opera in the Outfield]
  • Last chance: We've been pushing you to go to the Shakespeare Free For All for a while now, and this weekend is your last chance to see the Taming of the Shrew for FREE. Go! Seriously, if you don't like it/get bored you can just leave because you didn't pay for it, but the buzz around town is that it's a spectacular performance. Free. [Free For All]

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