To Do: James Dobson, Nude Models and Manischewitz

* Senior writer at U.S. News & World Report, Dan Gilgoff, "argues that press-shy James Dobson should be regarded as the most powerful evangelical spokesman of the past decade (surpassing Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson)." Gilgoff discusses the book at Olsson's in Penn Quarter at 7PM. [Olsson's]

* Phillips Collection Assistant Curator Susan Behrends Frank hosts an evening of short films "based on vaudevillian skits of the artist and his model. Through trick photography and illusions, these comic shorts explore the magic of artistic production from drawing and painting to photography and filmmaking." Free at 6:30PM. [Phillips]

* Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy joins the Shakespeare Theatre Company for "an audience-participatory trial of Hamlet." As the NYT nonsensically said, "The mock trial is a Washington wonk's dream." It's sold out. $35 at 7:30PM. [Kennedy Center]

* "Beyond Manischewitz" Wine-Tasting at the historic 6th and I Synagogue. Find out what makes wine kosher and taste various reds and whites. Appetizers. $30 at 7PM. [6th and I Synagogue]


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