Wheo. That was an epic weekend on top of an already epic week. Seriously, we don’t need to be running to events and parties every night. By Saturday after the Rally I was so exhausted I literally face-planted in bed and passed out for 15 hours (Halloween fail). And Cori Sue ran a freaking MARATHON the next morning. We are crazy girls.
On to November, Bitches!
The new show at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre opens this week. And, if you know me, you know I don’t even need to know what it’s about; I’m going! Because never have I seen a bad show at that theater (OK, the one where they ran around the theater and performed in the lobby was a little crazy, but hey, at least they’re always trying something new over there). In all seriousness, House of Gold looks fabulously scandalous and provocative. I’m esscited.
The new “Hide/Seek” exhibit (quietly) opened at the National Portrait Gallery over the weekend. It actually looks really interesting, as it’s the first major exhibition to focus on sex and gender in modern American portraiture. Or perhaps it’s just the Annie Leibovitz portrait of Ellen Degeneres holding her boobs that makes it look interesting. Either way, I’m going this week (and I’m also going to hit up the Katherine Graham exhibit while I’m there … all these interesting things popping up at the PG).
Because I seriously haven’t had my fill of Comedy Central characters in the last week, I’ll be at the Warner Theater this weekend drooling over the hilarious Tosh.0. Will he bring a green screen? Just do stand-up? Make fun of videos? Who cares? He’s hot and I’ve got tiiiickkeetts.
FotoWeek DC starts this Saturday, but it kicks off with a launch party at the Corcoran Gallery of Art Friday night. And this year, much of the exhibits and activity will be centered at the Corcoran. Also, I also totally love that Thievery Corporation and ESL Music are so involved in the festivities this year: they’re the soundrack to the Friday night event; and Eric Hilton will be spinning an event next Thursday night (more on that next week).