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Post-Election, This Show Is Now Even More Essential

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Dear Districtland, This show has always been about showing a new way in to a familiar world. The familiar world is DC; the new way in is through the eyes of its city’s young professionals, its Millennials. Each of the characters in Districtland has to figure out what it is they’re doing here and what […]

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Districtland Wins “Best Writing” At ITVFest

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I am ridiculously fucking excited. No way else to say it. Last night, Districtland won “Best Writing” at ITVFest in Dover, VT. I already mentioned this is one of the best festivals in the country for Indie TV, sometimes called the “Sundance of Independent Television.” As the award was announced, Screencraft (more than 17k followers) blasted it […]

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Girls vs The Wire (and the debate over the “real” DC)

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Anyone making a show about a city, a show in which the city is “one of the characters,” is bound to generate some controversy. Are you showing my city the right way? Are you accurately depicting what’s going on here? Does the cast reflect the city’s residents? Are the themes relevant to what’s going on in […]

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Buy Your Tickets to the Districtland Premiere Event!

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The time is nearly here, and tickets are now on sale (and selling fast). Here’ show the night is going to go down, starting Friday, March 4th at 7pm at Eastern Market’s Church Theatre: DC-based band These Quiet Colours is going to play set. Their music is featured in the show (and in the trailer, which […]

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Two Actors Needed for Districtland Premiere Table Read

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Districtland is looking for two actors to participate in the Districtland Premiere Table Read on March 4th. Actors must be located in the DC-area, and must be available that evening starting at 5pm. We’re looking for: “Benjamin” – African American male, 20s/30s “Eva” – White female, 20s If interested, send us an email at russell@districtlandshow.com with […]