For Your Tuesday Wine Pick: Todrick Hall’s ‘Todrick’ debuts

Also on The Washington Post: A. Nelly Q. Adams: Nelly Q. Adams came to fame when his boisterous performances as a member of I.N.C. (International Nation of Caught Casts) brought together the most exotic…

For Your Tuesday Wine Pick: Todrick Hall’s ‘Todrick’ debuts

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A. Nelly Q. Adams: Nelly Q. Adams came to fame when his boisterous performances as a member of I.N.C. (International Nation of Caught Casts) brought together the most exotic artists from around the world. Thanks to a cult-like following in his native Haiti, he also became one of the most famous faces of the nation’s capital. Now, he’s poised to bring his undisputed presence to Washington at the Black Cat on Tuesday. (Admission $25, 7:30 p.m.)

Alexandria Jones: Jones was born in Georgetown and has lived in the capital since 1978. She’s become more internationally known for her work with aid workers, sending awareness of this country’s troubling water crisis to more than 850 countries. (Admission $10, 7:30 p.m.)

Misty Copeland: Copeland is a principal dancer in the American Ballet Theatre. She joined the company in 2013 at the age of 20. That same year, she was named the first black female principal dancer in the company’s history. Copeland won five first place awards at the 2017 New York City Ballet Soloist Competition. (Admission $49, 7:30 p.m.)

David Ellison: The Washington native has emerged as a major Hollywood figure in recent years. His father is industrialist and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. Currently, David and his brother, Bob, co-chair the massive entertainment company, Amblin Partners. (Admission $30, 7:30 p.m.)

Todrick Hall: The boundary-pushing triple threat is best known for his YouTube sketch comedy series “Todrick,” his influential YouTube Dance and Oscar-nominated performance in the thriller “Purge: Election Year.” After stepping away from his YouTube series last year, he’s back with a new Showtime documentary series, “Todrick,” which premiered last week. (Admission $10, 7:30 p.m.)

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