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(L to R) Joseph Haughton, Sarah Anne Sillers and Tammy Roberts sing a Cole Porter tune.
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(L to R) Joseph Haughton, Sarah Anne Sillers and Tammy Roberts sing a Cole Porter tune.

Feb. 25-Mar. 9: The Wedding Dress
The 20th century writer Nelson Rodrigues is known as Brazil’s greatest playwright, and for the first time you can see his murder-mystery The Wedding Dress performed right here in D.C., at Spooky Action Theater on 16th Street through March 9. Director Rebecca Holderness says the play is a psychological thriller, similar to film noir.

Feb. 25-Mar. 9: The Cole Porter Project: It’s All Right With Me
The In Series presents The Cole Porter Project: It’s All Right With Me at Source on 14th Street through March 9. This playful, cabaret-style musical revue pays tribute to the Broadway legend with songs such as “You’re the Top,” “Just One of Those Things,” “Too Darn Hot,” and “Let’s Misbehave,” too name a few.

Music: “I Love You” by All Star Big Band/Oscar Peterson Trio

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