Tinkerbell, Woolly Mammoths, and Plays About Death
  • Tonight through early August: If you're a fan of musical theater, inappropriate sexual innuendos, failed pop icons, or '80s hits, and you just LOVE when underdogs triumph over adversity, you should catch Spring Awakening or The Color Purple at the Kennedy Center.  Both shows have won numerous Tony awards, so regardless of your feelings toward musical bildungsromans or American Idol, they're worth checking out. [Kennedy Center]

  • Closing Sunday, July 12: This weekend is your last chance to catch the Source Festival -- a collection of hastily-put-together short plays at the Source Theater -- or, The Year of Magical Thinking -- a play about death. Your choice, but you won't go wrong with either. [Source Festival,Studio Theatre]
  • Sunday, July 12 and Monday, July 13: Best flashback to childhood ever: Hook is playing at the AFI theater in Silver Spring as part of their Steven Spielberg retrospective. Yes, Spielberg has made other more meaningful films, but, really, nothing matches his take on Peter Pan... "Rufio, Rufio, Rufio." [AFI]
  • Tuesday, July 14 through August 2:Barack Stars, a satire by The Second City (GET IT??? 'Barack' instead of 'Rock'!), starts its run Tuesday at the Woolly Mammoth Theater. Note to starving interns: Tuesday's performance is pay-what-you-can.  Tickets are otherwise $40. [Woolly Mammoth]
  • Today through July 31: The Newseum, an expensive yet well-worth it museum, is offering a $2.24 discount on admission tickets. In honor of Independence Day, tickets in July are only $17.76. We enjoy the patriotism and all, but even $17.76 is a lot of money to spend just to see the news in museum form.  Ever heard of a student discount? [Newseum]

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