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A legendary ballet company, environmentalist art, and musical lawyers all come to Washington By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published September 30, 2010
The Millennium Stage is hosting the Suzanne Farrell Ballet, which began as an educational program at the Kennedy Center. The legendary Farrell is best known as George Balanchine’s muse . The troupe will perform selections from its extensive repertoire. 6 PM. Free.

Future lawyers go on trial and get the chance to showcase their hidden talents for music, dance, standup comedy, and more, when they take the stage at DC9 for the GW Law Revue. Decide for yourself if they should keep their day jobs. 9 PM. Tickets ($8) are sold at the door.

Immerse yourself in art at the opening of SPLEEN, an art experience dedicated to exposing man’s destructive relationship to the environment. The floor-to-ceiling installation combines multimedia elements, sculpture, and ceramics. At the Moderno (1929 12th St., NW) ; 7 to midnight. Free.

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