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Ballet, beer, and open mike stories of winning and losing By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published May 9, 2011

DANCE: The Washington Ballet’s Jeté Society hosts a Beer and Ballet event this evening at the Washington Ballet Studios. Peek in on a rehearsal of the company’s upcoming Carmen and chat afterward with dancers over microbrews and appetizers. 6:30 PM; buy tickets ($25) here.

DRINKS: Rustico in Alexandria is celebrating its fifth anniversary with a night of $5 drafts. Several of the establishment’s original bartenders will be pouring a selection of 30 draft beers. 5 PM until closing; no cover.

PERFORMANCE: Hear true tales of winning and losing at The Eye of the Tiger, SpeakEasy DC’s theme for tonight’s open-mike night. In a blend of theater and standup, the storytellers will share their experiences, ranging from working on Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign to making a deal with a mugger. At Town Danceboutique; 8 PM. Purchase tickets ($14) at SpeakEasy’s Web site or at the door ($15).

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