Now in its 13th year, the Washington Jewish Music Festival winds down with at least one concert of definite LGBT appeal tomorrow, Sunday, May 20, when Schmekel, a transgender Jewish "schtick-rock" band combining bawdy humor and critical awareness, takes the stage at Chief Ike's Mambo Room in Adams Morgan. The festival then concludes on Monday, May 21, with a screening at the DC JCC of the 1918 silent film The Yellow Ticket featuring original live music composed and performed for the festival by Alicia Svigals. For tickets and more information, visit wjmf.org.
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