Wide World of Obscenities, Babies, and You Exercising Your Rights This Weekend

Wide World of Obscenities, Babies, and You Exercising Your Rights This Weekend
  • It's here! Well, OMFG the second installment of Screen on the Green is coming up on Monday, July 27. The first one may have almost been rained out, but we CAN'T WAIT to see the next film, Dog Day Afternoon, on Monday. What's it about? Is it any good? Who cares! [This is a very well-known Oscar-winning movie, ARIELLE. -- Ed.] This is about our RIGHT to watch old movies on the Mall that we would otherwise never ever even think about watching. [Screen on the Green]

  • Tonight through Sunday, August 9: Plays about abortion? Why, this is our favorite topic, right next to plays about extramarital affairs and racially motivated murders! See for yourself why Fucking-A, a play about an outcast abortionist who yearns for her lost son, is a favorite of feminists worldwide! [Studio Theater]
  • Saturday, July 25 through Saturday, August 1: The Internet brings joy, but it can also bring pain and create seriously awkward interactions. If any of this resonates with you, check out Dark Play or Stories for Boys, a play about sex, manipulation, and the facilitator of it all, the Internet. Though the topic is a little scandalous, and makes you rethink the wonder that is the World Wide Web, it's being touted as one of the best plays to come from the Forum theater. [H Street Playhouse]
  • Closing Sunday, July 26: This weekend is your last chance to catch plays, music and art at the Capital Fringe Festival. A festival that celebrates the odd and off-beat should not be missed, so be sure to check out at least one of the remaining shows. The highly acclaimed King Lear is also ending its run this Sunday. [Capital Fringe Festival,Shakespeare Theater Company]
  • Thursday, July 30: Asian Trash films -- "trash" not in a pejorative sense, but rather as a way to describe a popular film genre -- will be featured every Thursday until August 20 at the Freer Gallery in celebration of Asian Culture. Catch Versus, a "nonstop action gore fest" suitable only for mature audiences (!) next Thursday. Now this is a film meant for an outside audience. Free, 7PM. [Meyer Auditorium, Freer Gallery]

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