May 14, 2013
John Waters will perform Wednesday in an old vaudeville house in Washington -- a space in which he's wanted to work since he was a boy in Baltimore. After changing the face of "dirty" cinema, releasing multiple New York Times best-selling books, collecting checks from Broadway and curating albums of Christmas music, Waters will be taking the stage himself.
The writer-director has been performing the one-man show, "This Filthy World," around the world since 2006. The show features personal stories of surviving Hollywood, peddling low-brow films and crossing over into the mainstream. Waters will bring a version of the show to D.C. this week for one night only.
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