Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They're Not Out to Get You

Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They're Not Out to Get You

Tonight: DC comedian Seaton Smith is premiering his 10-episode web series premised on an unfortunate dude who suspects that an entire corporation exists for sole purpose of irritating him. "Annoy Charlie Smith Inc." was filmed entirely in DC, probably right around the time of the Cherry Blossom Festival, for inspiration. The premier starts at Solly's at 7:30PM and will be joined by some stand-up and music. You can see preview videos here. Free! [Solly's U Street Tavern]

  • Closing Sunday, April 12: A Long and Winding Road is a theater/concert hybrid featuring Maureen McGovern performing songs by the likes of Bob Dylan and Paul McCartney, interspersed with recollections about her relationships with these artists. Any resemblance to VH1: Storytellers is hopefully purely coincidental. $25 to $55, show times vary. [Arena Stage]
  • Tuesday, April 14: Wow, the Psychotronic Film Society really had to dig to find this gem: Vendetta is about a sexy stunt woman who purposely goes to, of course, a women's prison to avenge the death of her sister. Shower scenes and lesbian drug dealers are all included, but there is also a surprising amount of good old-fashioned ass-kicking. Starts at 8PM, $2 suggested donation. [Warehouse]
  • Through May 2: Set in Germany between the two World Wars, Berliner Kabarett is a satire about a ragtag group who seek to escape a stifling reality through song. Though it sounds like it could be a setup for Hedwig: The Prequel, it's got popular 40's songs like Mack the Knife and some pretty good reviews. Tickets are $33 and available Source]

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