Getting Up Guide: Garage punk and non-terrifying clowns
What are your plans tonight? The Getting Up Guide is here to help you answer that question. Here's what's happening on Wednesday:
One of the premier garage-rock revivalists around comes to DC9 on the heels of his third proper full-length release, "Melted," his most complete and coherent statement to date, with 30 minutes of barnstorming, reverb-drenched, hook-filled garage-punk without a clunker in the bunch.
Loteria de Amor
Head to the Palace of Wonders for this game night, inspired by the Mexican version of bingo, with prizes that include dates with other audience members. But don't worry: There are prizes for non-singletons as well.
Pay what you can for "Separated at Birth"
Dog & Pony DC kicks off its production of "Separated at Birth" with a pay-what-you-can performance tonight. The show follows a series of clowns in a train station, but before you recoil in clown-fear, know that these characters are actually fairly straightforward prototypes of regular Joes with the addition of round red plastic noses.
-- David Malitz and Stephanie Merry
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