Okay, so I know you’re definitely psyched for some warm summer nights this weekend and seriously — who could blame you? … WEEKEND HITLIST: THE BIGGEST EVENTS IN THE DISTRICT
When the director of “The Blair Witch Project” pushed to film a horror movie in the abandoned Frederick Towne Mall in Frederick, Maryland, the local film office described the space as a “horror filmmaker’s dream. It’s filled with dark corners, back alleys, and remnants of civilization, basically.” And he was right; the inside of the abandoned mall had dark, cluttered corridors, buzzing neon lights that were still on even though the mall had been closed for years, and bolt-cuttered storefronts. But Frederick Towne Mall only looked like a mall of horrors; in Akron, Ohio, there’s an actual mall of horrors. … IS THIS ABANDONED MALL OF HORRORS A CREEPY OUTLIER OR A SIGN OF THINGS TO COME?
… And who wouldn’t be jealous of a house like this? The entire first floor is a massive entertaining space that the listing says is “perfect for hosting fundraisers!” (The first fundraiser I’d host here would be themed, “I just bought a $4 million house in Blagden Alley, for god’s sake help me pay my mortgage.”)
If you’re looking to spice up the weekend with some of the District’s best theater events, then look no further than our always updated theater events guide. We’ll post updates to this article at the beginning of every month so that you stay always updated on the hottest theatrical events DC has to offer. … THE ALWAYS UPDATED DC THEATRE EVENTS GUIDE