Blind Babies, Holiday Classics, and Some Shakespeare

  • Tonight through Sunday, December 20: As You Like It starts out as a great production of a Shakespeare classic, but then becomes a slow journey through time in which the characters all adopt Southern twists to their British accents. Don't miss it. [Sydney Harmen Hall]

  • Tonight through Sunday, December 6: See Brazilian films about sex trafficking, crime, poverty, and devastation .... and about good things like love and happiness, all part of Brazilian Film Week. [Brazilian Embassy]
  • Saturday, December 5 through Sunday, December 13: The Jews take to the big screen, as if they've never been there before, with the Washington Jewish Film Festival. See films about fat Jews who take up sumo wrestling, Gay Jews, exiled Jews, and just about any type of Jew you can imagine! [Washington DC JCC]
  • Sunday, December 6: If you secretly (or not so secretly) love singing holiday songs, go to the Wolf Trap Holiday Sing-Along. The Marine band and 400-voice choir lead the audience in both Christmas carols and Hanukkah songs. [Wolf Trap]
  • Monday, December 7: Heads up, Monday is the Pay-What-You-Can (this can be $5) performance of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind, 30 mini plays performed in 60 minutes by the ever-so-odd Neo-Futurists. [Woolly Mammoth Theater Company]

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