WHO: The four-time Helen Hayes Award–winning actor is reprising his turn as Antonin Scalia in John Strand’s The Originalist. EARLY BIRD: “Jimmy T’s Place (501 E. Capitol St. SE) is the best family-run greasy-spoon breakfast diner in DC on Capitol Hill, and it has a real neighborhood feel.” WALK THIS WAY: “I really enjoy taking my friends on a late-night tour of the National Mall and the monuments.” FEELING PECKISH: “Martin’s Tavern (1264 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-333-7370; martinstavern.com) has delicious Irish pub food, particularly their bread pudding, and a chance to sit in the Nixon or Kennedy booth.” UP BY LAW: “The Supreme Court (One First St. NE, 202-479-3000; supremecourt.gov) is a magnificent building to tour. Sitting in the courtroom to witness a hearing should be mandatory for every American. The level of concentrated, respectful presentation, listening, and argument is a life-altering experience.” The Originalist plays July 7–30 at Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth St. SW, 202-554-9066; arenastage.org.