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Studio Theatre starts its season with a familiar voice: Amy Herzog. Subscribers and drama nuts may recognize her as the author of 4000 Miles, which Studio produced to great acclaim in 2013 and earned Herzog a Pulitzer Prize nomination. Her latest work, Belleville, is an equally intimate, character-driven production with a bit of French flair—-but unlike 4000 Miles, which focused on the relationship between a feisty, 91-year-old grandmother and her grandson, Belleville focuses on the connection between spouses. Read more >>> The play runs Sept. 3 to Oct. 12. at Studio Theatre, 1501 14th St. NW. $20–$78. (202) 332-3300. studiotheatre.org. (Diana Metzger)


Mio Restaurant is serving up a Puerto Rican shaved-ice dessert called piragua from a cart on its patio through Sept. 21. The $5 treat consists of shaved ice topped with Puerto Rican coffee or fresh fruit syrups in flavors like tamarind, guava, coconut, mango, and lime. The dessert is also topped with a shot of DonQ Rum, although guests can opt for a nonalcoholic option. Piragua is available exclusively in the restaurant’s 65-seat bar and lounge or on the 38-seat patio. Mio Restaurant, 1110 Vermont Ave. NW. (202) 955-0075. miorestaurant.com. (Jessica Sidman)


Brooklyn-based art-rock group Celestial Shore performs a house show at the Communiverse with local favorites Teen Mom and Golden Papi, as well as fellow Brooklynites SoftSpot. Find more details on Facebook. 7 p.m. at 14th and Webster streets NW. Free, donations appreciated.

Pop-punk pioneers Buzzcocks take the stage at the Black Cat with local punk group Loud Boyz. 8 p.m. at 1811 14th St. NW. $25.

If you’re looking for a different house show, Boston grunge group Krill plays at the Dougout with D.C. post-punk act the Effects and Baltimore meta-rockers Et Al8 p.m. at 1498 Douglas St. NE. $5.

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