The Hit List: Things to Do Tonight in DC
stephanie | Jan 7, 2013 | 9:30AM |

Welcome to your daily Hit List featuring the shows, openings, and ritual gatherings that will set your social dial to MAX FUN.

And if you don’t dig our picks, there are tons of other events to check out on BYT ALL CITY (side note: promoters/venues: posting events on ALL CITY is free and open to all-so please use it. )



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Friday 10/28
The Bentzen Ball Presents: Picture This! @ The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage
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Millennium Stage shows are free and happen at The Kennedy Center. More info here: What is Picture This!? PICTURE THIS! is a new show from Brandie Posey & Sam Varela: two girls who want to push the boundaries of what a comedy show can be. Picture This! is a live comedy show with stand-ups, voice actors and more performing while they are drawn live by some of the best animators, cartoonists, and other artists in the biz! The comedians don’t know what the animators are drawing and the animators don’t know how the comedians will react. It may be weird. It may different. But it will be FUNNY! Find more Bentzen Ball shows at:
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  • And if you’re STILL feeling hungry, the brand new Industry Takeover Nights at Graffiato begin tonight. This month,  from 10:00pm to 1:00am, Bryan Voltaggio and the team from Range will serve complimentary late night snacks at the first floor pizza bar, and the bar will offer drink specials, including some libations from guest mixologists.
  • Tonight via the Washington Jewish Film Festival there are multiple screenings of some incredible movies. To learn about some of our faves, visit our guide here.
  • And if you’re more into, you know, WIZARDS, there’s Muggle Mondays over at Black Cat. Tonight they’re showing Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone with specials on Butterbeer. Mmmmmm…
  • Or if you’re like, bish please, and want to hear some live music, head to The Kennedy Center for Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Review and get a mix of theater, vaudeville, rock ‘n’ roll, and gypsy-punk.


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