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She's the Man (PG-13) - NoMa BID Summer Screen 2019

NoMa welcomes you to our 12th season of Summer Screen — our longest-running free public event! This year’s movie theme is WHO’S GOT GAME?and we’ve got a whole line up of your favorite sports related films. This week’s featured film will be SHE'S THE MAN (PG-13) - A star soccer player masquerades as her brother and joins his prep-school squad in this updating of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. She eventually falls for her new teammate, who also happens to be her roommate.

The film will start at sunset, but come early and grab a bite to eat from our food trucks, Fly Pizza and Swizzler, or check out the free things that our sponsors have to offer! Need something to sit on? REI is offering 22% of REI branded chairs and blankets each Tuesday and Wednesday during Summer Screen! Just show your RSVP at check-out to get the discount.

If you’re a fan of e-scooters, Bird is offering a special promotion all Summer Screen season long: use SUMMERSCREEN to get $5 off your ride. Valid only if you’ve never used a promo code with Bird previously.


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BYOC=Bring Your Own Chair
Films will be subtitled 
Bike racks on site
Free and open to all!

Categories: Free, Family Oriented, Film

Event Venue

Lot at First and Pierce NE

1150 First Street Northeast
Washington, DC 20002

For more information:

  • Wednesday, August 14, 2019 - 6:30pm

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