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Hurricane Sandy spared Halloween and even left a few activities for those who aren’t content waiting for trick-or-treaters all night. Embrace the twisted and the bizarre at Alliance Française’s Halloween celebration honoring la fée verte, or the Green Fairy. The party, held at Adams Morgan’s Napoleon Bistro, plans to dish out mind-warping magic tricks, caricature drawings, absinthe-inspired cocktails, and prizes for the best costumes. Halloween sophisticates, on the other hand, can check out the Washington Ballet’s spooky rendition of Dracula tonight, while high-school theater nerds will always enjoy The Rocky Horror Picture Show at E Street Cinema. Read more >>> (Ashley Larkin)


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Up for something mysterious tonight? Cabaret Macabre continues at Round House Theatre in Silver Spring, blending the danger of croquet with the Gothic elegance of Edward Gorey. 8 p.m. at Round House Theatre, 8641 Colesville Road, Silver Spring. $15.

The High Heel Drag Race may be postponed until tomorrow, but there’s still plenty of kookiness in store at the Mansion on O Street’s Night of the Living Divas. For an additional $15, you can go on a treasure hunt through the mansion. What bizarre things you’ll find, however, is unknown. 5:30 p.m. at the Mansion on O Street, 2020 O St. NW. $40.

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