Or try Josh Cogan’s exhibit, “Time Given,” which explores people’s relationships to their limited time on Earth. The opening reception is at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, and local DJ Fatback is providing the music. 6:30 to 9:30; register here. Free.
Civilian Art Projects is hosting Hey Photographers!, a public portfolio review and workshop for shutterbugs looking for their big break. Each participant can submit three images, which will be projected and critiqued by a panel of judges (including The Washingtonian’s photo editor, David Hicks). The top three will be published on the Web site you’re reading right now! Register ($25) here. The deadline for submission is 11 PM tonight, so hurry. The review is Saturday, November 13, from 3 to 6. For more information, click here.
Enjoy a sweet treat—without the calories—at the opening night of Superior Donuts, a comedy by Tracy Letts, who won a Pulitzer Prize for August: Osage County. It’s about an unusual friendship between a crotchety white shop owner and a black teenager who bond over literature. It’s at the Studio Theatre through December 18. Click here for tickets ($44 to $65).