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Going Out Guide
Going Out Guide
Benedict Cumberbatch delivers a twitchy portrait of a troubled artist in ‘The Electrical Life of Louis Wain’
Biopic of eccentric cat painter is bogged down by quirks and tics.
Tosser ‘scrubs off some of the polish’ with its debut album
The D.C. quartet is performing at Pie Shop on Oct. 23.
After two decades, Cairo Fred starts to build a songbook
“Pop’s ultimate late bloomers” has a new album and an upcoming gig at Blues Alley.
5 concerts to catch in the D.C. area over the next several days
Lucy Dacus, Morta Skuld, Yves Tumor, Arlo Parks and Quicksand perform this week.
‘Becoming Cousteau’ is an affectionate look at the undersea explorer and environmentalist Jacques Cousteau
Liz Garbus’s latest film is a portrait of a man who wore many hats (including his iconic red beanie).
2 d
‘The French Dispatch’ is pretty and playful but with little genuine curiosity
Wes Anderson’s love letter to the New Yorker magazine is like a dollhouse: all style and little substance.
2 d
Washington Ballet kicks off its return to in-person performance with two shows at the National Building Museum
The company opens its “season of gratitude” with a showcase of contemporary and classic works.
2 d
‘Ascension’ takes an unsettling documentary look behind the scenes of the new Chinese economy
Jessica Kingdon’s Tribeca prize winner is an often wordless examination of the pursuit of the Chinese Dream.
2 d