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A ceiling collapsed during Friday’s opening gala for the city’s “Go-Go Swing” exhibit. [Arts Desk]
After guards patrol showings of The Butler at Silver Spring’s Majestic theater, a patron accuses Regal Cinemas of discrimination. [Huffington Post]
The Butler also cleaned up at the box office this weekend. [New York Times]
Green paint at Lincoln Memorial now gone. [AP via WTOP]
Does the Anacostia Playhouse represent a turning point for the neighborhood? [Post]
What the hell was in that letter Big Theater sent to the Helen Hayes Awards organizers? [Gwydion Suilebhan]
Pieces of the Today set coming to Newseum. [WTOP]
A look back at Shakespeare Theatre’s Free for All series [Post]
When an American finds a portrait of a black man in a Moscow antique shop, he uncovers a fascinating story about black American artists who lived in Soviet-era Russia. [Post]