What You're Doing Tonight: 11/9

Watch the play Temptation, learn how to save the earth or sing drunken kareoke

Constellation Theatre Company’s Temptation. It’s your final chance to watch the play Temptation. This dark comedy centering on black magic amidst political dishonesty is sure to keep you entranced until the curtains close. The last showing is this Sunday at 3 p.m. Temptation will play at The Source at 1835 14th Street NW. Tickets can be bought at http://www.constellationtheatre.org

Green Festival. A joint project of Global Exchange and Co-op America, the Green Festival seeks expand the minds of D.C. residents on a sustainable economy, an ecological balance and social just. With 350 exhibits and 125 speakers, you’re guaranteed to come away with some new information about the environment to tell all your friends and family. It will be held all day at the Washington Convention Center. Go to http://www.greenfestivals.org for more information.

Madam’s Organ. End your weekend in drunken singing at Madam’s Organ. Participate in Drunkeoke and have a howling good time screeching out your favorite jams on the mic. If you don’t want to hear or participate in the inebriated tunes then go downstairs to hear the One Night Stand band. Both the Drunkeoke and the performance start at 9:30 p.m. The cover is $3; hop in between the two events if you like.

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