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Here’s what you’re doing all summer. Thank us when you’re exhausted, sweaty, and cultured. [WCP]
The Corcoran finally, finally finalized its split between the National Gallery and George Washington University. [Arts Desk]
Ty Hallmark, artistic director of the Pallas Theatre Collective, says the company’s fourth season is its “coming out season.” [DC Theatre Scene]
A review of The Admission, a controversial play that closes this weekend after a sold-out run at Theater J and a three-week extension at Studio Theatre [Arts Desk]
A guide to the outdoor summer movie series of D.C., for every day of the week [BYT]
Philip Kennicott meditates on the hollowness of words like “collaboration” and “partnership” in the Corcoran split. [Post]
AFI DOCS will open with a film about Hal Holbrook playing Mark Twain and close with one about the life of Roger Ebert. [Arts Desk]
A Q&A with Benjamin Schurr of BLIGHT., a local label and backer of experimental music [D.C. Music Download]
Photo by Darrow Montgomery