Michael Clements exhibiting his finely-tuned craft.
Media types like Tim Burger, TIME‘s Jay Newton-Small and Pamela’s Punch blogger Pamela Sorensen gathered last night in the garden of the Dumbarton House to watch a performance of Moliere’s “The Imaginary Invalid.” Directed by award-winning film director Karim Chrobog, the play starred Michael Clements, Washington Life executive editor and “Suspicious Package” lead singer Christina Sevilla as well as Omar Popal, Jessica Tribbe, Nishi Rawat and Emad Dawood.
Last night was the first of two nights for the sold out production that benefits Clowns Without Borders and the Dumbarton House.
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