Thursday, September 26, 2013

HRC holds small fundraiser at Town DC, screening a premier of Showtime's "Masters of Sex"

HRC (Human Rights Campaign) in Washington DC launched its buildup to its Annual Dinner on Oct. 5 (sold out) with an inexpensive benefit ($10) and raffle (of a Lexus) at the Town Discotheque off U St in Washington DC.  The featured attraction was a showing of the first episode of Showtime’s “Masters of Sex”, about the origin of Masters and Johnson, with digital projection onto a screen mounted on the stage.   The series will be reviewed soon on my TV blog.
The event was moderately attended, but there were empty seats.  There were hors d’oeuvres, which I didn’t know in advance, having eaten at Nellies and watching a warmup of Orioles baseball.

The Town could be used as a venue for special independent film screenings.   

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