Thursday, August 19
Shakespeare Theatre Company’s annual Shakespeare Free for All presents Twelfth Night—a comedy about twins separated on a foreign land after their boat is shipwrecked—kicks off at Sidney Harman Hall at 8. Because demand is expected to be high, tickets are distributed via an online lottery, which will open at midnight the day of the performance and close at 1 PM. Tickets not picked up half an hour prior to the show will be released to those waiting on standby.
Friday, August 20
Continuing Rosslyn’s weekly series of movies from the ’90s, The Wedding Singer shows off Adam Sandler’s comedic talents as he falls for an engaged Drew Barrymore and wrestles with whether he can move his fledgling singing career beyond gigs at wedding receptions. Gateway Park; 8 PM.
Saturday, August 21
Conner Contemporary Art shows off the work of students in fine-arts programs at area colleges and universities for the tenth year in its “Academy 2010” exhibit. Check it out between 10 and 5 during its last day at the gallery.
Sunday, August 22
The Airmen of Note perform at Reston Town Center Pavilion as part of the venue’s free outdoor concert series. Take in the Air Force’s kings of swing with a drink after dinner, or bring the kids and enjoy one of the last summer nights before school starts. 7:30 PM.
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