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What happened to all those new plays we were supposed to be seeing at Arena’s Kogod Cradle? [Post]

Corcoran is talking to the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University about its future sustainability [Washington City Paper]

Unpacking some of the big, bleak themes in DruidMurphy’s hugely anticipated three-play series at the Kennedy Center this week [Post]

Another pop-up comes to Washingtonian: The exhibit/shop “Supafrik” opens for four days Thursday at Gallery O on H [Art 202]

Sarah Kaufman raves about this weekend’s tribute to local choreographer Eric Hampton at Dance Place [Post]

Early looks at the National Gallery of Art’s Roy Lichtenstein show, which opened Sunday [AP via Huffington Post D.C.] [Post]

Talking to local writer and historian John Muller about his recent book, Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia [DCist]

All about The PostSecret Play, the work based on Germantown resident Frank Warren‘s website PostSecret—-that sold out Round House Theatre Bethesda [Washingtonian]

Mural alert! [Prince of Petworth]

ICYMI: D.C.’s Afropop scene is declared “flourishing” [Post]