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You can add a little spice to your evening with Teatro de la Luna's Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas.
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You can add a little spice to your evening with Teatro de la Luna's Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas.

Feb. 14-Mar. 9: Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas (Sex, Shame and Tears)
Roses are red, and so are theater curtains. Tonight you can go to the Gunston Arts Center in Arlington for Teatro de la Luna's latest production: Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas (Sex, Shame and Tears). Written by Mexican playwright Antonio Serrano and directed by Mario Marcel, this romantic comedy about relationships is performed in Spanish, with English subtitles. You can catch this theatrical battle of the sexes through March 9.

Feb. 14: Love Power
You can go to The Powerhouse in Georgetown at 9 p.m. for a Valentine's Day party presented by Art Soiree. Friends, couples and singles alike are welcome to attend Love Power, which brings together visual and performance art, music, and more...all in the name of love. Tickets are $20 online or $30 at the door.

Music: "As Long As You Love Me (Instrumental)" by Backstreet Boys

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