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Jill Townsley's 'Fulford in Fog' is featured in a year-end show at Washington's Project 4 Gallery
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Jill Townsley's 'Fulford in Fog' is featured in a year-end show at Washington's Project 4 Gallery

(Dec. 26-Jan. 8) White Out

If your Christmas spirit tends to linger on past December 25th a number of holiday-themed productions are right there with you. Toby's Dinner Theatre in Columbia has Irving Berlin's White Christmas through early January. The family musical doesn't take any chances with Mother Nature - the singing and dancing is adorned with generous helpings of fake snow.

(Dec. 26-Jan. 7) The best of Project 4

As 2011 winds down Project 4 Gallery in Northwest Washington looks back on the year that was with In Season. The year-end review of the gallery's best and brightest painters, sculptors, photographers and printmakers is showing through the 7th of January.

(Dec. 26-29) His father's son

Washington's West End Cinema is screening acclaimed documentarian Jennifer Fox's My Reincarnation until Thursday. The film tracks a Tibetan Buddhist Master and his rebellious son over a twenty-year period as the two try to reconcile their divergent views on spirituality and modernity.

Music: "What The Snowman Learned About Love" by Stars

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