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Where & When: What to Do Tonight
Acrobats, dancers, and synthesizers By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published October 20, 2010
Step right up and catch the Flying Karamozov Brothers. This energetic troupe of performers combines juggling, music, and comedy for an entertaining all-ages evening. The group is at the Barns at Wolf Trap at 8. Buy tickets ($35) here.

Ballerinas and brewskies don’t usually go together, but at least for tonight the Washington Ballet Studio disagrees. Watch an open rehearsal of its upcoming Romeo and Juliet, followed by a reception with beer and hors d’oeuvres. 6:30. Tickets ($25) are available here.

A pioneer of the synthesizer and electronic music, Gary Numan, brings his act, the Pleasure Principle, to the Black Cat. He’s playing with Rasputina. 8 PM. Buy tickets ($25) here.

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