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Where & When: What to Do Tonight
Overdose on Albee and get prepared for an exciting arts festival By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published February 24, 2011
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? opens tonight at Arena Stage. The dark comedy, part of the Edward Albee Festival, runs through April 10. Buy tickets ($55 and up) at Arena’s Web site.

Intersections: A New America Festival begins tonight Atlas Performing Arts Center, running through March 13. More than 600 local artists are participating in 100 music, dance, theater performances. Visit the Intersections Web site for a list of performers and a complete schedule.

Head to the free “Becky” dance party at the Rock & Roll Hotel. DJs Stereo Faith and Trevor Martin promise to take lots of requests. 9:30.

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