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Where & When: The Week in Washington Nightlife

Comedy, drama, and a whole lot of party photos

Monday, November 8
Vince Vaughn and Kevin James will make you laugh tonight at the Warner Theatre. They’re in town for their Comedy Roadshow, a night of chuckles that also includes a host of other comedians. 8 PM. Buy tickets ($69.50 to $79.75) here.

Tuesday, November 9
Marcus Gardley combines magical realism, biblical allegories, and Southern-fried music in the play Every Tongue Confess. Arena Stage’s powerful drama stars Tony Award-award winning actress Phylicia Rashad. The play runs through January 2. Tickets ($85) are available here.

Wednesday, November 10
The hipster Web site Brightest Young Things has an archive of close to 75,000 photos, and you can see several hundred of them at the FotoWeek exhibit “Young @ Heart.” It’s one enormous Facebook album of Washington’s party pictures. Check it out at Satellite Central (3333 M St., NW) from 8 to 11. $10; register here.

Thursday, November 11
A literary legend is also coming to the Warner Theatre this week: Maya Angelou, an author, poet, and inspiration for millions, will speak, read, and engage in discussion with the audience. Her numerous books will be available for sale. 7:30; purchase tickets ($38.50 to $117) here.

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