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The Unexpected Stage production of Alan Bennett’s “The Lady in the Van” continues to Aug. 11 at the Randolph Road Theatre in Silver Spring. Partial proceeds from Sunday’s 2 p.m. performance will benefit The Dwelling Place. Headquartered in Gaithersburg, the nonprofit assists low income families in Montgomery County achieve housing and financial stability. The performance will be followed by a post-show discussion with Dwelling Place board members, director Christopher Goodrich and actors. Audience members are encouraged to mention The Dwelling Place on Sunday, and half of their admission will benefit the organization. Bennett’s play was inspired by his own personal relationship with Miss Shepherd, a homeless eccentric who moved her van into the playwright’s garden — and remained there for 15 years. For more information, visit www.unexpectedstage.org.