If you go shopping at Union Market this weekend, you may see dancers sashaying through the parking lot or twirling on a neighboring roof. Before you join in and start dancing through the aisles yourself, consider leaving things to the professionals.
Ask about the health of Washington’s tech scene and you’ll get a range of opinions. That’s what Washingtonian did for this year’s Tech Titans, our biannual survey of the most influential and interesting people in the local tech scene, from start-up founders to government officials to venture capitalists.
The suggested attire for a recent event on a loading dock in DC’s Warehouse District was “revolutionary.” The “classical music rave” featured a full orchestra performance of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, along with world-class ballet dancers spinning beside audience members invited to dance the night away with them.
If you haven’t heard, food delivery is big. There are companies delivering food on foot, by robot, via car, from restaurants and fast food joints or cooked just for you, and so on and so on.
Noobstaa Phillip Vang, though, saw a gap in the market.
Saturday night, we headed to Dock 5 at Union Market for a special performance/dance party/rave at the new Halcyon Stage. We snapped Corcoran director of development Susan Breitkopf with Third Way vice president Josh Freed, Ciao Nina's Nina O'Neil, Todd O'Neil and Halcyon CEO Kate Goodall.
Chicago-based actress and singer E. Faye Butler just finished a run in Olney Theatre’s “Sweeney Todd” and will host the Helen Hayes Awards in May.
HIP HOP HALCYON: Halcyon Stage is opening its doors for a progressive hip hop concert meets house party meets dance performance.