DC KIDS Party this Saturday, Jan 3 From an email:
The January edition of KIDS is back on Saturday, January 3 at DC9 with resident DJs Nacey and Steve Stark (Nouveau Riche) as well as Lil’ El and Jackie O bringing 90s hip hop hits all night long. The party starts at 9PM with free entry until 10PM ($5 after for 21+), free Old English before 10PM, and free condoms all night. Last party more than doubled the attendance of our first event, this one is going to be even BIGGER especially following an article and interview in DC City Paper’s end of the year edition featuring Nacey, Steve Stark, and Lil’ El.
If you’re still beat from New Years you can rent one of these foreign films.
From an email:
Free Intro to Improv Workshops
From Washington Improv Theater
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be able to speak and act with spontaneity, confidence and humor without a second thought? Improv gives you the tools to get yourself out of bad situations and into awesome ones. These free, low-stress workshops focus on creativity, communications and teamwork and are taught by our enthusiastic and professional instructors who establish a fun and trusting atmosphere.
Free Intro to Improv Workshops:
Monday Jan 5 7:00 – 9:00pm
Tuesday Jan 6 7:00 – 9:00pm
Wednesday Jan 7 7:00 – 9:00pm
Thursday Jan 8 7:00 – 9:00pm
Sunday Jan 11 7:00 – 9:00pm
Location: The Children’s Studio School at 1301 V St NW is located at the corner of 13th and V Sts, NW – one block north of U Street-Cardozo Metro Station (13th Street exit).
Info/registration: Just email me your most convenient night – [email protected] or 202-204-7772
WIT’s Winter Class Session begin January 12th
Introductory class sections on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday at 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM.
Location: The Children’s Studio School at 1301 V St NW is located at the Children’s Studio School at 1301 V St NW
Cost: $240, with a $20 discount for early registration.
Go to washingtonimprovtheater.com to browse courses or register.
BACKGROUND: WIT is a dynamo of spontaneous creativity, presenting more than 200 unique shows each year to over 10,000 audience members, and teaching improv classes to over 1000 students. The revolution will be improvised