Tonight: The Oresteia at Constellation Theater. Constellation has done a great job the past two years of epic plays with large classes and this seems to be the epic-est and large-est of all.
Tomorrow: My dear archivist friend is moving up to new york on saturday. This is great for next year once I’m up there too, but for now, as he is my go-to-go-out-go-dancing guy I am sad. But Friday’s goodbye dinner and trip to the cat should be like old times.
Saturday: I have a lot of prep-work to do for Marat/Sade so that will probably take up a good chunk of the day. Other than that I’ve got some unscheduled time. The Jewish Music festival is kicking off at Station 9 with DJ Crew Soulico. There is a little preview up on the J’s blog. I haven’t decided if I’m going yet or not but it should be a good time.
Sunday: I’ll be at the matinee of David in Shadow and Light (which finally got some good reviews) but down on the national mall a birthday party is being celebrated for Israel. From noon to 5 there will be activities and a concert featuring Mandy Patinkin and Regina Spektor. Find out more here. I’ll be heading straight from the J to Woolly Mammoth for their opening of Measure for Pleasure.
Monday: Adam Green. Black Cat. exclamation. point.
Wednesday: rehearsals begin for The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade.