Free and Easy: Shakespeare and Scandinavia
This week in free: Deviled eggs, African drumming and a look at Danish architecture.
'The Best Thing I Ever Ate' viewing party
Catch an episode of the Food Network show that spotlights Founding Farmers's Devil-ish Eggs Combo. The restaurant will also be offering free samples of the featured dish.
Calling all Scrabble fans and skilled sonneteers: Local renaissance woman Holly Bass hosts this monthly open-mic night for sharing your literary creations.
Last chance to spot the geckos
The National Geographic Museum's Tails to Toepads exhibit closes today, and the fact that Wednesdays are free should give you even more motivation to catch it.
'Exposed: The Polaroid Retrospective'
Digital cameras may be here to stay, but there's still something special about the retro look of a Polaroid. See more than 1,000 of those insta-shots by local photographers at this show hosted by H Street's wine bar/coffee shop SOVA.
'Urban Landscapes: From DC to Denmark'
Kimberly C. Gaines presents digital photographs that showcase the differing cityscapes of Denmark and Washington D.C.
Kids drum free
Brother Ah and the Sound Awareness Ensemble hold an African rhythm workshop for families at the Anacostia Community Museum complete with an audience drum circle.
'Cymbeline' open rehearsal
Get a first look at the Shakespeare Theatre's upcoming production as the director and cast take part in a walk through. Seating is first-come, first-served.
David Malitz, Stephanie Merry and Justin Rude
| January 2, 2011; 9:00 PM ET
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