Science and the environment are threatened today as at no other time in our history.
On April 15 in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, you thought you could hear that once-powerful, roughish voice.
Touring versions of long-standing Broadway musical hits present peculiar dilemmas and rewards for audiences. Conversely, new audiences present both opportunities ...
The don (if not the inventor) of insult comedy, loved by all who knew him — including Carson and Sinatra — died last Thursday.
Washington's Embassy Series brought about an electric and hopeful meeting of cultures April 5.
Judy A. Greenberg spoke this morning at Georgetown Media Group's Cultural Leadership Breakfast at the George Town Club.
Spring is the season in which they tell us hope springs eternal.
It’s the wipeout season of forgiveness and ...
Sharon Ambrose, representing Ward 6 which included Capitol Hill, was a strong advocate for the construction of Nationals Park.
The former Arena Stage assistant director is directing Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun,” the classic play of a striving, struggling, vividly portrayed African American family living in Chicago in the 1950s
A lot of our daily political and media diet these days is damning or ridiculous — often both.
Ensembles from Colorado, North Carolina, Georgia and New York (Brooklyn, that is) will perform and teach through April 1.
The music and songs seem fresh, but the themes echo almost every day and loudly through our daily social, cultural, individual and — God knows — political lives.
The theme of defunding or making cuts in federal programs that support the arts and artists has been a steady drumbeat for the conservative right over the years.
After losing in the Big East tourney and failing to make the NCAA Tournament, basketball coach John Thompson III was told by Georgetown University not to return next season.