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Danny Gavigan stars as Zorro in a new play about the mysterious, yet suave, masked defender of justice. 
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Danny Gavigan stars as Zorro in a new play about the mysterious, yet suave, masked defender of justice. 

Jan. 17-Feb. 17: Zorro

Starting tonight you can watch the adventures of your favorite sword-wielding masked avenger unfold on stage as Constellation Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Zorro by Janet Allard and Eleanor Holdridge. Strapped for cash? Tonight and tomorrow you can attend a pay-what-you-can preview by snatching up one of the 50 tickets that will be available on a first come, first served basis. The show will go on at Source through February 17.

Jan. 17: International Guitar Night

Tonight you can head to Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. for International Guitar Night. The concert will feature a quartet of revered musicians who hail from all over the world, including such far-flung places as Brazil and Madagascar. Respected jazz guitarist Martin Taylor and master of world music Celso Machado are just half of this talented group of guitarists.

Music: “Recuerdo apasionado” by Gipsy Kings 

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