Arts and Theatre
Pop-Up Magazine’s Winter Issue at Warner Theatre
Pop-Up Magazine, the internationally renowned “live magazine,” returns to Washington, D.C. on Monday, February 12 at Warner Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Pop-Up Magazine works with Oscar-winning filmmakers, New York Times bestselling authors, popular radio and podcast voices, and internationally known artists, as well as emerging talent to perform vivid, never-before-told stories in all kinds of mixed media. Stories cover a range of topics including science, politics, pop culture, sports, social issues, music, business, art, crime, technology, food, and more. After the show, performers will mingle with the audience at the theater’s bar. Shows are one night only and material will not be available online after, you have to be there to see them.
Contributors to the 2018 “Winter Issue” tour include National Geographic photographer David Guttenfelder; podcast hosts Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings (Gimlet’s The Nod) and Rose Eveleth (Flash Forward,ESPN’s 30 for 30); writers Nathaniel Rich (King Zeno; writer at large, The New York Times Magazine), Jon Mooallem (Wild Ones; writer at large, The New York Times Magazine), and Albert Samaha (BuzzFeed News); filmmakers Erin Lee Carr (HBO’s Mommy Dead and Dearest) and Veena Rao (The New York Times Op-Docs); and more.
Tickets are available at www.popupmagazine.com, use promo code POPUPARTS for $5 off.
Contributors to the 2018 \u201cWinter Issue\u201d tour include\u00a0National Geographic\u00a0<\/i>photographer David Guttenfelder; podcast hosts Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings (Gimlet\u2019s\u00a0The Nod<\/i>) and Rose Eveleth (Flash Forward<\/i>,ESPN\u2019s\u00a030 for 30<\/i>); writers\u00a0Nathaniel Rich (King Zeno<\/i>;\u00a0<\/i>writer at large, The New York Times Magazine<\/i>),\u00a0Jon Mooallem (Wild Ones<\/i>; writer at large,\u00a0The New York Times Magazine<\/i>),\u00a0and Albert Samaha (BuzzFeed News<\/i>);\u00a0filmmakers Erin Lee Carr (HBO\u2019s\u00a0Mommy Dead and Dearest<\/i>) and Veena Rao (The New York Times<\/i>\u00a0Op-Docs); and more.<\/p>\n