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By Hannah Marr, News Editor • June 21, 2024

Weekend Outlook – Listen to stories about dating, true loves and breakups

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D.C.-based arts organization Story District is hosting an event to allow adults to share their experiences with love, from hookups to dating to breaking up and everything in between.

Valentine’s Day is upon us, which means dates, time with friends and self-care. Celebrate the weekend by attending a satirical play called “Hi, Are You Single?,” visiting a Valentine’s Day-themed drive-in theater or listening to people talk about the highs and lows of dating. 


Wooly Mammoth Theater Company’s “Hi, Are You Single?”

The Wooly Mammoth Theater Company is putting on a virtual production of the production, “Hi, Are You Single?” which focuses on the gay dating scene. Writer and actor Ryan Haddad, the star of the production, will walk the audience through intimacy, rejection, and judgment during the performance, which you can watch within 48 hours after buying a ticket.

Virtual. Tickets are $20.99 per voucher.


Livestream from Union Stage – Story District’s “Sucker for Love”

Story District is a D.C.-based arts organization that allows adults to join and tell audiences stories about their lives. The group also offers workshops to help you improve your public speaking. This Saturday, join Story District for a livestreamed event from Union Stage, where people from around D.C. will tell stories about everything involving dating – good dates, bad dates, hookups, breakups, threesomes, first loves and true loves. 

Virtual. Tickets are $20 for a general admission streaming voucher.


Valentine’s Day Drive-in Movie Night

This weekend, The Boro neighborhood community space in Tysons, Virginia, will host a drive-in theater with romantic films. Friday’s film is “Crazy Rich Asians,” Saturday’s is “Crazy Stupid Love” and Sunday’s is “Valentine’s Day.” The parking spots are first come, first serve, so you might want to get there close to when the gates open at 6:30 p.m. The movie won’t start until 8 p.m., but you can explore the restaurants in The Boro while you wait. During the movie, complimentary hot chocolate and sweet treats will be provided. 

1640 Boro Place. 8 p.m. Event entrance is located at the intersection of Broad Street and Silver Hill Drive. Admission is $25 per vehicle.

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