THEATRE CLOSINGS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2014

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Here are THEATRE CLOSINGS-Updated 11:10 AM

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-American University-The Alchemist.

-Catholic University-Etiology.

-Georgetown University-Today’s Friday Music Series performance with soprano Allison Mondel and baritone Richard Giarusso, scheduled for Friday, February 14 at 1:15 p.m. in McNeir Hall, is being postponed, due to inclement weather.  A rescheduled date will be announced asap.  Check performingarts.georgetown.edu for updates.

-Howard University-INSURRECTION: HOLDING HISTORY.

-Rep Stage-The Piano Teacher.

-Teatro de la Luna-La Vida Que Me Das.

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 All Theatres, except above.

Georgetown University-Tonight’s performances — Georgetown University Dance Company, Mask & Bauble Dramatic Society’s Proof, and ImprovFest — will take place as originally scheduled.

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