Sunday, July 30, 2006

Sons of Disobedience play live music @ Ft. Reno

Sons of Disobedience
Thursday night August 10th at Ft. Reno park!
The show is free and will begin at 7:15pm. For further info please visit the parks web site

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Music: Rose at Iota

Rose at Iota
Tuesday, August 1st

2832 wilson blvd
arlington va
clarendon metro

Thursday, July 27, 2006

1460 Wall Mountables at DCAC

1460 Wall Mountables: DCAC's Annual Open Exhibit, Fundraising Event

Opening Reception: Friday, July 28, 7-9pm
Runs through August 13th
DC Arts Center
2438 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009

Music: Gulley Jimson Quartet and Box at Velvet Lounge

Gulley Jimson Quartet and Box at Velvet Lounge
Saturday, July 29
Velvet Lounge
915 U Street
Washington, DC

Whatcha doin tomorrow night? That's right, you're getting a nice piece of BOX at The Velvet Lounge. They're with good friends, The Gully Jimson Quartet. Oh yes, it's going be a night of rocking your Box and punkabilly. COVER: $5 STARTS: 10 p.m. VELVET LOUNGE: 915 U Street, Washington, DC

CONCRETE DOMAIN: DC Artists in the Bronx!

Bronx River Art Center presents:

curated by Jose Ruiz
July 28 - August 31, 2006

Featuring wall paintings and prints by Billy Colbert & Kelly Towles


For more information about the show and artists go to:

1087 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, NY 10460

Gallery Hours:
Monday - Friday: 3 - 5:30pm, Saturday: 11-5pm

Travel Directions:
Subway: # 2 or 5 to East Tremont Ave. (Same stop as the Bronx Zoo) Walk one block east.
Car: Bruckner Expressway to the Sheridan Expressway and exit at Tremont
Ave., or Cross Bronx Expressway to Rosedale Ave. Exit.

Friday, July 21, 2006

Music: Gulley Jimson Quartet at Firehouse Grill

Gulley Jimson Quartet with Traylor Park Romeos
Saturday, July 22
Firehouse Grill
3988 University Drive
Old Town Fairfax, VA

Red Hot Rockabilly!!


20 July – 11 August 2006

Shimon Attie
Chan Chao new work
Doug Hall
Nikki S. Lee
Jim Sanborn

Summer Hours

Tuesday - Thursday 11-7

Friday 11-6

For further information, please contact Cheryl Numark or Ricardo Harris-Fuentes at 202.628.3810.

Numark Gallery
625 E Street NW
Washington, DC 20004
T. 202.628.3810/F. 202.628.1925

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Affinity at Wohlfarth Galleries!

Wohlfarth Gallery presents:


Work by Richard Vosseller and Bill Hill
(Bill Hill Courtesy of Jane Haslem Gallery)

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 20th 6-9pm

Runs through August 5th

3418 9th Street, NE

Washington, DC (1/2 block from Brookland/CUA red line metro)


Part of the summer exhibition series: Shaken Not Stirred, An Ephemeral Cocktail
visit for more info

Roxanne's Artiques and Gallery presents:

Photos by:
Ted Austin
Gloria Kirk
Otis Motley
Kelly Perl, PhD
Leornard Tate
Melissa Covington

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 20 6-8:30
Runs through Aug 31st

3426 9th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017

Fringe Fest at Warehouse!

Washington's first Fringe Festival starts tonight!
Runs July 20 through July 30.

400 performances in 30 venues!

Warehouse will host 26 productions and over 100 performances,
including Daniel Burkholder and Johathan Matis's 24-hour
dance-and-music performance starting at 9pm on Friday.

The Warehouse Bar & Café will be open early and late every day
of the festival and we'll have food and drink specials,
like $5 White Sangria - yum!


Warehouse is opening the Fringe with a party for the companion show,
EXAMINATION: art of fringe, now on view in the Warehouse Gallery.

ARTISTS: D. Billy, Matt Cail, Travis Childers,
M Augusta Edwards, Gregory Ferrand & Trish Tillman

Opening Recpetion - Thursday July 20 from 7-9pm

After the Reception, we're all going over to Avenue for the
big Opening Night Fringe Party and it's FREE! That's right,
free admission and lots of performance on Avenue's 3 floors.
(Avenue is the nightclub that opened around the corner from
the Warehouse on NY Avenue.)

A full list of Fringe events at the Warehouse
can be found on our Web site -


And join us on Saturday night at midnight for
DJ Lobster Boy & Crew - manning the decks in the WND.
Free admission.

It's going to be one big party!
Warehouse Arts

1017 - 1021 7th Street NW
202 783 3933

Friday, July 14, 2006

Ellipse Arts Center and WPA

The Ellipse Arts Center and Washington Project for the Arts\Corcoran present:

An exhibition exploring spatial interpretations juried from three distinct
points of view.

Dates: July 20 – September 29, 2006

Opening Reception: July 19, 7 – 9 pm

Juried by: Sam Gilliam, Dennis O’Neil, and Heather & Tony Podesta

Featuring works by: Renee Butler, Kathryn Cornelius, Susan Eder/Craig
Dennis, M. Sedestrom Guthrie, Lisa Kellner, Michelle Kong, Tomas Rivas,
Tai Hwa Goh, Joan Sarah Wexler, Ami Martin Wilber and Amy Glengary Yang

500 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
Phone 202.639.1828
Fax 202.639.1778

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1-5 pm

Williams Pope.L’s Black Factory stops by the Arlington Arts Center. (This is the only stop scheduled in the Washington, DC area!)

The AAC is honored to host the Black Factory, a mobile performance piece/ social service experiment by William Pope.L, an award-winning performance artist. The Black Factory requires audience participation to do its work. Come on by! During the performance, the crew will feed you, cajole you, and provoke you. All in the name of forging a new dialogue about race and community in America. And don’t forget to browse Twice Sold products in the Black Factory gift shop. 100% of all proceeds sold is donated to an Arlington social service charity.

William Pope.L is a multi-disciplinary installation and performance artist, a 2005 Guggenheim Fellow, the subject of a New York Times Arts & Leisure cover story, and has been proclaimed the Friendliest Black Artist in America.

Don’t miss a chance to catch the Black Factory in Arlington on Saturday, July 15, from 1-5. Call for more information: 703.248.6800. Free.



June 20 through August 5

For the second year, the Arlington Arts Center presents work by some of the most talented recent Master of Fine Arts graduates from institutions throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, DC, West Virginia, and Virginia. Past exhibiting artists have gone on to high-end gallery representation, major residency programs, and university teaching posts. Make sure to see the work of 26 recent graduates in this extensive, multi-media exhibition. (And mark your calendar for their Artists’ Roundtable on July 13.)


Artists’ Roundtable: The MFA Experience in 2006
Thursday, July 13, 7 PM

If you’ve been to an AAC roundtable, you know how interesting our roundtables can be. If you are a graduate student, considering applying for an MFA program, or just curious about the trials and triumphs of pursuing a graduate fine arts degree, drop by and hear some of the artists in our current New Art Examined exhibition talk about their experiences, the current academic environment, and the hot trend of MFA work in the current art market. Free. Reservations not required, but appreciated.

BosmaDance: New Art Examined
Thursday, July 27, 7 pm

Come see award-winning BosmaDance, under the direction of Meisha Bosma, in a performance inspired by and in collaboration with artists in our current exhibition. Dancers will move throughout the building, taking the audience on a ride/performance through contemporary works of art. This is an event sure to surprise and impress. Free, reservations requested.


CHALK4PEACE: A young person’s global art project - VA
is a young person’s global art project planned for SEPTEMBER 16-17, 2006 with the GOAL to have ONE MILLION young artists of all ages using sidewalk chalk to create their visions and messages of Peace. We encourage school districts, libraries, art centers and town squares and businesses all over the world to to take the lead and mobilize and create a CHALK4PEACE event in your neighborhood. Contact: John Aaron, Director., or 703-528-4800 to find out more about how you and your community can be part of CHALK4PEACE. CHALK4PEACE invites the World to participate in one of the premier international artistic expressions of 2006.


McLean Project for the Arts
Opening Reception June 22 7 - 9 PM. Emerson and Atrium Galleries: Space-Domestic. Including works by Amze Emmons, Andy Moon Wilson, Gianna Commito, Hildegard Skowasch, Isabel Maria Manalo, Lily Cox-Richard, Thomas Henriksson and Warren Craghead. This exhibit, guest-curated by artist Jiha Moon, explores the idea of space as subject matter. It includes investigations into personal and public zones, the line between fantasy and reality, and the juxtapositions and dislocations that can exist between interior and exterior space. Boundaries, both real and metaphorical are also considered. All of these artists use their physicality, through the act of painting and drawing, to pursue their ideas. Exhibition Dates: June 22 - July 29.
Ramp Gallery: MPA/Corcoran Student Exhibition. Works by students currently or recently taking classes at the McLean Project for the Arts. McLean Project for the Arts is located on the second floor of the McLean Community Center 1234 Ingleside Avenue. Hours are T - F 10 am - 4 pm, Saturday 1 - 5 pm. For information or to schedule a group tour of the galleries call 703-790-1953 or visit

Bastille Day BBQ at Modern ARF

Bastille Day BBQ at Modern ARF
Friday evening July 14, from 6 pm on…

Celebrate “The Scrolls” exhibition Closing Party
and the Disappearance
of the Great Blue Diamond from
the Garde Meuble, Paris, 1792
(now in the Smithsonian as the Hope)
See the show featured in
the Washington Post Express
and the Arlington Connection…
and ask the Hope Diamond a question…
(it's here on Bastille Day for a limited engagement)

Museum of Modern ARF
1116 N. Hudson St.
Arlington, VA 22201
60 steps from the Clarendon Metro Elevator
(Orange Line)
French Wine, Italian Pinot Grigio
(to honor the finalists),
Grog and Meade yaree yaree yar
Bring something to sear on the grill
Animal, vegetable or mineral
We’ll provide the rest of the fun.

Visit the little museum known on four continents
for its humorously cavalier attitude.
Learn also how you can get involved
the global children’s art project

Last Chance!!

Painting above by Emily Greene Liddle

Golden Dream Pop-tail:
Objects of Desire

"There are two tragedies in Life. One is not to get your heart's desire. The other is to get it."
-George Bernard Shaw

Featuring work by: Clark, Emily Greene Liddle, Billy Colbert, Mary Annella Frank, Candace Keegan and Chris Lee

Wohlfarth Galleries
3418 9th Street, NE
Washington, DC
1/2 block from Brookland/CUA metro

runs through July 15th

Phantom Floor at Catholic University

Phantom Floor

July 17, 2006 – August 11, 2006

Karen Joan Topping
J. Tomás Rivas
Phoebe Esmon

Please join us for an opening reception:
Thursday, July 20 2006, 6-9pm

The Salve Regina Gallery
Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave NE
Washington, DC 20064

Gallery Hours: Monday – Thursday 10am – 4pm
Friday 10am - 1pm

Red line to Brookland/CUA

Artscape 2006 in Baltimore!

Please come out for the Artscape visual arts openings. This is the first time for the Sondheim Prize and will be a big event.

Openings Friday, July 14 - 6-9pm
Award Presentation, 7pm

Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize
Meyerhoff and Decker Galleries, Fox Building, Maryland Institute College of Art

+es+ pa++erns; an exhibition of alternate surface treatments on ubiquitous surfaces
Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center, Maryland Institute College of Art

Outdoor Sculpture Annual
Mt. Royal Ave. between Cathedral & Lafayette

Independent Gallery Pavilions
Current Gallery / Sub-Basement Artists Studios / Lump Project Spaces
Lyric Park at Mt. Royal Ave. & Oliver St.

The Inflatables
Lawn at Brown Center

Fiber Arts Exhibition
Theatre Project, John Fonda Gallery

Dangerous Books; Pushing the Pop-Up
Area 405
Reception/After Party, 8-11pm

Opening Thursday, July 13
Code: no code - Villa Julie College Gallery
Reception: 6-8pm

Openings Saturday, July 15 – Reception Times Below
1-3pm - Pulse - Gormley Gallery, College of Notre Dame of Maryland
2-4pm - Material Matters - Maryland Art Place
3-5pm - Idiomatic - The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville
3-5pm - Only Human - School 33 Art Center
4-6pm - Sign Language - Eubie Blake Cultural Center
6-9pm - Composite - Current Gallery and Artist Cooperative
6-8pm - Self Taught - Creative Alliance, Amalie Rothschild Gallery
6-9pm - Dwell, Bond, Connect - Gallery Imperato
7-9pm - Naked Abstraction - Sub-Basement Artist Studios

Expanded Listings
Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize
July 14-30
Decker and Meyerhoff galleries, Fox Building, Maryland Institute College of Art
1301 Mount Royal Avenue

For its landmark 25th anniversary year, Artscape awards a $25,000 prize to an artist working in the Baltimore region on Friday, July 14 at 7 pm. The prize is in conjunction with the annual Artscape juried exhibition where the eight finalists will be shown.

Laure Drogoul ~ Eric Dyer ~ Jason Hughes ~ Gabriel Martinez ~ David Page ~ René Treviño ~ P. Daniel Witmer ~ Jason Zimmerman

Selection panel:
Katherine Carl, curator, The Drawing Center; Kathy Grayon, gallery director, Deitch Projects, New York, NY; Matthew Higgs, director and chief curator, White Columns, New York, NY; Scott Hug, artist, founder, K48; and William Pope.L, artist, Lewiston, ME.

+es+ pa++erns; an exhibition of alternate surface treatments on ubiquitous surfaces
July 14 – 30
City-Wide installations & Pinkard Gallery, Bunting Center, Maryland Institute College of Art, 1401 Mt. Royal Avenue

This exhibition addresses multiple site installations and test projects. Sites include MTA buses, bus shelter ads, and street signs along with proposals for billboards and city vehicles.

aghost ~ Mike Apichella ~ Dawn Bendick ~ Michael Benevento ~ Richard Chartier ~ Heidi Cody ~ Laura Cooperman ~ Ryan Corey ~ Joe Cosgrove ~ Monique Crabb ~ Jeremy Crawford & Barbara Johnson ~ Michael DeFeo ~ Adeye Deresse ~ Jeff Donaldson ~ Maya Drozdz ~ Alex Dunbar ~ John Ellsberry ~ Beth Ferreter ~ Jennie Fleming ~ Shaun Flynn ~ Dawn Gavin ~ Jill Greenberg ~ Talia Greene ~ Don Griffin ~ Michael Haleta ~ Kristopher Harzinski ~ Linda Hesh ~ Scott Hug/Michael Magnan ~ Mikhail Iliatov ~ Eric Karnes ~ Lisa Kirk ~ Andrew Liang ~ Mike Lohr ~ Patrick Meagher ~ Eric McDade ~ Liz McTernan ~ Sam Miller ~ Jason Monburg ~ Timothy Nohe ~ Cara Ober ~ Asa Osbourne ~ Matt Papich ~ Paula Phillips ~ Luke Ramsey ~ W. C. Richardson ~ Sarah Ross ~ Tommy Rouse ~ Michael Salter ~ Jennifer Schmidt ~ Chuck Sehman ~ Krista Steinke ~ Daniel Sullivan ~ Christine Tarkowski ~ Roxanne Taylor ~ You Are Beautiful ~ Western Cell Division ~ Bruce Willen ~ Laura Sharp Wilson~ Jina Valentine ~ Rebecca Volinsky.

Graphic Design: Nolen Strals & Exhibition Design: Ed Istwan

Outdoor Sculpture Annual
Mount Royal Avenue between Cathedral & Lanvale streets and Pearlstone Park
July 14, 2006-April 15, 2007

Artscape and the Maryland Institute College of Art have joined forces this year to create an expanded outdoor sculpture exhibition. Works will be located on the site for up to 10 months.

Laura Amussen ~ David Boyajian ~ William Cannings ~ Audrey Lea Collins ~ Paul Daniel ~ Steven Davy ~ Vincent Donarski ~ John Ferguson ~ David Friedheim ~ Rob Lorenson ~ Richard Roussell ~ Cory Wagner ~ White Rabbit Consortium

Selection Committee:
Robert Alholm, George Ciscle, Maren Hassinger, Kenneth Martin, Jann Rosen-Queralt, Gerald Ross, and Tim Scofield

Independent Gallery Pavilions
July 14-23
Lyric Opera House Park, Mount Royal Avenue and Oliver Street

This year, Artscape has selected three galleries that will curate new installations in tents on the festival site.

Pavilion I
The Dilapidated Reanimated Expo
Current Gallery and Artist Cooperative, Baltimore, MD
410-244-7003 /
An Exposition of proposals to reuse vacant spaces in Baltimore.
Access Art ~ Taylor Burton & Tyler Newbold ~ Camp Baltimore ~ Can Collective ~ Charles Miller ~ Barry Febos ~ Eric Johnston ~ Ashley Milburn ~ Adam Montegut & Liz Quick ~ Neighborhood Design Center ~ Omega III / Girl Island ~ RTKL ~ Tactical Works

Pavilion II
Up Periscope
Sub-Basement Artists Studios. Baltimore, MD

Artists will change each day; with Joy Owens Interiors, furniture courtesy of Artefacto-Georgetown

Pavilion III
Team Lump
Lump Project Spaces, Raleigh NC
919-889-2927 /

Team Lump:
Jerstin Crosby ~ Lump Lipshitz ~ Allyson Mellberg ~ Josh Rickards ~ Michael Salter ~ Stewart Sineath ~ Gary Smith ~ Beth Tacular ~ Jeremy Taylor ~ Tory Wright

The Inflatables
July 14-23
Pearlstone Park

This year, two artists will each use multiple fans to make two inflatable installations.

Bayard ~ Jennifer Strunge

Fiber Arts Exhibition
July 14-23
Theatre Project, John Fonda Gallery
45 West Preston Street

Shirah Rachel Apple ~ Penny Bamford ~ Annette Wilson Jones ~ Tricia Lane ~ Martha Simons ~ Kathy Strauss

Clayworks Conducts
July 14-23
Lyric Opera House Lobby
Mount Royal Avenue at Oliver Street

Organized by: Baltimore Clayworks

Off-Site Exhibitions
Dangerous Books; Pushing the Pop-Up
Area 405
405 E. Oliver St.
July 14 – August 27

Curated by J. W. Mahoney

Dangerous Books is an exhibition of three-dimensional artwork that investigates the physicality, novelty and three dimensionality of the pop-up book as an interactive object, and a childhood introduction to wonder, motion, story, and dimensionality.

Barb Bondy ~ Dawn Gavin ~ Jens Westerberg ~ James Vose ~ Julianna Dail ~ Jonathan Maxwell ~ Lauren Schott ~ Ruth Bowler ~ Laura Shults

Gormley Gallery, College of Notre Dame of Maryland
4701 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
July 15 – August 5

Curated by Geoff Delanoy

Robert Jones ~ Zachary Thornton ~ John Moran ~ Edmond Praybe

The Gallery at CCBC Catonsville
800 S. Rolling Road
July 15 – August 4

Curated by Archie Veale

Betsy Damos ~ Kristofer Harzinski ~ Michael Janis ~ Tiffany Jordan ~ Nancy Linden ~ Heide Lippman ~ Allegra Marquart ~ Janet Mathias ~ Leslie Schwing ~ Mary Kunaniec Skeen ~ Tim Tate ~ Virginia Warwick

Sign Language
Eubie Blake Cultural Center
847 N. Howard Street
July 15 - August 13

Zoë Charlton ~ Claes Gabriel ~ Benari Stewart

Self Taught
Creative Alliance, Amalie Rothschild Gallery
3134 Eastern Avenue
July 12-22

Curated by Daniel Van Allen

Self Taught is an exhibition of artists who have gained their knowledge or skills by their own efforts without formal instruction.

Eryka Andrex ~ Don Blumberg ~ Autumn Breaud ~ Rebecca Cohn ~ Joanne Drummond ~ Jenny Drummey ~ Richard Eisenmann ~ Rachael Epstien ~ Egbert ‘Clem’ Evans ~ Sandra Getlein ~ Raul Ghormley ~ Neal Golden ~ Joanne Goshen ~ Jenny Heidewald ~ Diana Hilgert ~ Chad Jones ~ Kristen Kalihan ~ Julie Kaufmann ~ Margot King ~ Holly Klink ~ Paul Lewis ~ Raymond Lewis ~ Corinna Lockenhoff ~ Joy Logan ~ Jim MacPherson ~ Alice Jean McGurrin ~ Fred Merrill ~ Olivia Mitchell ~ Vanessa Monroe ~ Melissa Moore ~ Adam Newby ~ Tommy O’Dea ~ Everina Payne ~ James Powers ~ Connie Reinwald ~ Michael Schaff ~ Jill Scheibler ~ Douglas Schider ~ Joe Simms ~ Julie Simon ~ John Simpson ~ Nikki Smith ~ Renee Tontillo ~ Kelly Walker ~ Robin Wheeler ~ Athena Wrightson ~ Lulu Zeltzman

Only Human
School 33 Art Center
1427 Light Street
June 22 – July 22
410-396-4641 /

Sasha Blanton ~ Christine Bailey ~ Benjamin Duke ~ Cathy Lees
Gallery 2
Sonya Lawyer
Installation Space
Tai Hwa Goh

Current Gallery and Artist Cooperative
30 S. Calvert St.
July 15-August 4

Michael Chiarello ~ Steven Davy

Dwell, Bond, Connect
Gallery Imperato
Foundry on Fort
921 E. Fort Ave., Suite 120
July 15-August 19

Curated by Jordan Faye Block and Andrea Ng

Elizabeth Brady ~ Nancy Breslin ~ Don Cook ~ Jennie Fleming ~ Dawn Gavin ~ J.M. Giordano ~ Alex Kondner ~ Katie Miller ~ David Page ~ Ben Piwowar ~ James Rieck ~ Yuta Sakane ~ Laura Shults

Naked Abstraction
Sub-Basement Artist Studios
The Atrium at Market Center
118 N. Howard St.
July 15-August 5

Bill Schmidt ~ Steven R. Pearson ~ Debra Diamond ~ Seth Goodman

Material Matters
Maryland Art Place
8 Market Place, Suite 100, Baltimore
July 5-September 9

Curated by Jason Hughes

Material Matters is an exhibition focusing on “sociopathic tendencies within our society by appropriating various examples found in consumer culture and social indifference.”

Laura Burns ~ Liz Ensz ~ Cliff Evans ~ Walterio Iraheta ~ James Johnson ~ Joel Kyack ~ Adrian Lohmüller ~ Daniel Rich ~ Simón Vega ~ Jason Zimmerman

A part of Maryland Art Place’s 25th anniversary

Code: no code
Villa Julie College Gallery
1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson
July 13 - August 12

Curated by Diane DiSalvo

Annet Cowenberg ~ Julianna Dail ~ Ken Huston ~ Annette Wilson Jones ~ Tiffany Jordan



A Capital Fringe Festival Play spans satire, tender poignancy,
and the darkly comic.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - What do you get when you mix a headless leader with the adoring masses, medical bills with romance, and family values with murder? The classic Washington scandalous summer drama or one of the highlights at the inaugural Capital Fringe Festival?

For two weeks this summer, you get Short Works Exploring Dangerous Devotion, brought to the Woolly Mammoth Rehearsal Space by Pushing Boxes Productions as part of the Capital Fringe Festival. The production features three short plays, each of which explores the theme of dangerous devotion: The Leader by Eugène Ionesco, Springtime by María Irene Fornés, and The Book of Leviticus Show by Christopher Durang.

The ensemble cast is: Katie Atkinson, Daniel Eichner, Tina Renay Fulp, Andrew Gable, Elizabeth Jernigan, and KC Wright. Short Works Exploring Dangerous Devotion is presented as a part of the inaugural Capital Fringe Festival, July 20-30. Performances are Saturday, July 22 (ASL Interpreted) at 12pm; Monday, July 24 at 5pm; Wednesday, July 26 at 7:45pm (ASL Interpreted and Audio Described); Friday, July 28 at 5 pm; and Sunday, July 30 at 11am.

Showing in Washington, DC, at The Woolly Mammoth Theatre Rehearsal Hall, 641 D St. NW (near 7th St., NW, between the Archives-Navy Memorial and Gallery Place-Chinatown stations).

Tickets: $15. Advanced purchases begin Monday, July 10 at, 866-811-4111, or the Festival Box Office at Warehouse Gallery, 1012-21 7th St. NW (Metro: Mt. Vernon Sq.-7th St. Convention Center). Box office hours July 10-19: noon-6pm; closed on Sundays. Box office hours July 20-30: Monday-Thursday, noon-11pm; Friday-Sunday, 10am-11pm. The box office accepts cash, American Express, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. Tickets may be purchased an hour before curtain at The Woolly Mammoth Theatre Rehearsal Hall. Please note: door sales are cash only.

For more information, visit or

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Music:Box at Staccato

Box at Staccato
BOX rocks Staccato this Saturday night! Your 4th of July hangover should be cured by now... come get a new one this Saturday night, July 8, at Staccato in Adams Morgan. Show starts at 9 p.m., $5 cover, 21+ Staccato 2006 18th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009 202.232.2228
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