January 13, 2016 at 10:47 am EDT | by Stephen Rutgers
This Week’s Arts Hot Hits & Hidden Jewels

Culture Capital Hot Hits

(Courtesy of Studio Theatre)

(Courtesy of Studio Theatre)

Between Riverside and Crazy
Thru Feb 28. Studio Theatre.
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Irrepressible ex-cop Walter Washington is facing eviction, City Hall, and the recent death of his wife. Clinging to both his grievances and the palatial rent-controlled apartment he shares with his ex-con son and a ragtag surrogate family, Walter needs to shake the past—but isn’t ready to move on.

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In Her Voice: Alyson Cambridge, soprano
Jan 20. WPA at The Kennedy Center.
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D.C. native Alyson Cambridge presents a rare, intimate recital created especially for her hometown audience. Unified by the theme of women’s voices, the three works on the program are the product of collaborations between renowned female writers and distinguished American composers.

(Courtesy of Studio Theatre)

(Courtesy of District Architecture Center at Moleskine Store)

Sip & Sketch
Jan 19. District Architecture Center at Moleskine Store.
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Sip & Sketch presents a great opportunity for guests to unwind with live music, networking and sketching!

(Courtesy of National Museum of Women in the Arts)

(Courtesy of National Museum of Women in the Arts)

Pathmakers: Women in Art, Craft, and Design, Midcentury and Today
Thru Feb 28. National Museum of Women in the Arts.
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Featuring more than 80 works, Pathmakers explores the vital contributions of women to postwar visual culture and their use of craft materials—especially clay, fiber and metals—to explore concepts of Modernism.

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