Ronnie Laws, Wyclef Jean and The Story of Comedian Dick Gregory

Weekend Haps Update


  • City WinerypresentsRonnie Laws, Friday night and on Saturday, Black Alleytakes to the stage.Both shows start at 8pm.


  • Jon Bperforms at the BirchmereSunday at 7:30


  • TheHoward Theatrepresents Wyclef JeanFriday night. Doors open at 7:30 and the show kicks off at 9pm.


  • On Friday, ‘Turn Me Loose’The story of comedian Dick Gregorycomes to Arena Stage, the first black artist to expose a national audience to racial comedy. This John Legend-produced showwill showcase Gregory’s incredible bravery in facing bigotry and how he was able to turn his activism into art. Gregory was unafraid of any challenger, even when his safety was in question. Turn Me Loose, which runsthrough Oct. 14,tackles his career in a raw portrait that promises to leave a mark. 8 p.m. |  Tickets
    Arena Stage, 1101 6th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024


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