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Where & When: What to Do Tonight

Chase away the Monday blues with jazz, a play, or homegrown American rock

Theater J hosts the last pay-what-you-can preview for the upcoming show Something You Did. It’s an examination of ’60s radical politics, following a Kathy Boudin-like character who’s up for parole after her role in a bombing that killed a police officer. The box office opens at 6 for the cash-only event, and the show begins at 7:30.

The local band These United States rocks out at the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage. If you’re still undecided about picking up the group’s new album, What Lasts, you can check out the new tracks and enjoy old favorites. Free; 6 PM.

Enjoy some soulful jazz with Daniel Moore at Georgetown’s Blues Alley. Known for his performance in the house band on the Mo’Nique Show as well as Big Jim’s Penthouse Players, this singer, producer, songwriter, and musician has also been nominated for a Grammy. Click here for tickets ($18). Shows at 8 and 10.

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