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Modernist and traditionalist, curmudgeon and benefactor, urbanist and prairie prophet, Welsh nationalist and Japanophile, Frank Lloyd Wright covered a lot of territory as both an architect and a man. For something between a slide-illustrated lecture and a one-man show, Lyman Shepard slips into the persona (and the flamboyant clothes) of America’s best-known architect for An Evening With Frank Lloyd Wright. Shepard will discuss Wright’s work as an architect, designer, and artist, as well as the diverse influences on that work. At 6:30 p.m. at the National Building Museum, 401 F St. NW. $10. For reservations call (202) 272-2448. (MJ)