OUR PICK OF THE WEEK
The first installment of the F.W. Thomas Performances, a new monthly literary variety show featuring live presentations from area writers, artists and musicians starts TONIGHT at Warehouse Theatre. Don’t Miss it!
Local novelist and athor of Grosse Pointe Girl: Tales from An Urban Adolescence, and the soon to be released The Girl I Wanted to Be (Simon & Schuster) reading new “never heard before work of fiction.
The F.W. Thomas Performances will be hosted and introduced by Adam Mazmanian, a writer living in D.C. and a contributor to the Washington City Paper, with special assistance from Katie Lederer.
The series is named for F.W. Thomas (1811-1866), attorney, novelist, satirist, polemicist, journalist, government employee and a close friend of Edgar Allan Poe. It was Thomas who conceived the ill-fated plan to use his influence with the son of President Tyler to obtain for Poe the position of Postmaster of Philadelphia. To find out more about F.W. Thomas go here.
(Featuring Jeff Bagato, Sarah Grace McCandless, T.M. Lowery, Jason Linkins)
The Warehouse Theatre (Screening Room)
1017-1021 7th Street NW
Monday, April 10, 2006 at 7:30pm
Admission is ONLY $3.
GOOD TIMES! We hope to see you there.