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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Dating & Jungles in D.C.

If I lived in Washington, DC, this week, I'd see "May 39th" at the Capital Fringe Festival and check out the Henri Rousseau exhibit at the National Gallery of Art. "May 39th" is a play about dating in the year 3006 (it's a comedy, folks). Written by Callie Kimball, the play runs July 21-29. Here's the site for more info. (Full disclosure: Callie was an actress in a short film I directed.) The Rousseau show sounds amazing. The NY Times' Roberta Smith had an interesting article about the exhibit. As a kid, "The Dream" was one of the first paintings to truly entrance me. How I wish it were coming to NY!

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