Gary Tischler

Kennedy Center Names This Year's Honorees

The selection for this year's event, to take place Dec. 4, is as eclectic as ever.

Adiós — or al Infierno — Fidel

The Nov. 25 death of one of the world's longest-running dictators got the media to stray from their daily bread.

Florence Henderson (1934-2016): America's '70s Mom

Every now and then, we’re reminded that television wasn’t always a world of edgy serial shows on HBO ...

Why We Go to the Theater: Miller's 'A View From the Bridge'

Watching Belgian director Ivo van Hove’s clean-as-a-stripped-bone production of Arthur Miller’s 1955 play, “A View from the Bridge ...

Bowser Taps Oakland’s Antwan Wilson as Next School Chancellor

Mayor Muriel Bowser named a new D.C. Public Schools chancellor Nov. 22. to succeed Kaya Henderson.

Bowser chose someone ...

This Week: A 'Nutcracker' with Poodles

Cincinnati Ballet, under Artistic Director and CEO Victoria Morgan, brings its acrobatic version to the Kennedy Center Opera House.

'Carousel': Honest Pain and Hard-Won Joy

The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic continues at Arena Stage through Dec. 24.

Brownlee, Oropesa and Ginsburg in WNO's 'Regiment'

Donizetti's operetta-like opera continues at the Kennedy Center through Nov. 20.

Leonard Cohen, Troubadour Beyond Category, Dies

The writer of "Suzanne" and "Hallelujah" kept on going long after it seemed a probable thing to do.

Arts Bubble Up Under Baltimore's Bromo Tower

Artists are starting to flock to the Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District, anchored by the Hippodrome Theatre.

The Trump Thunderbolt

This contentious campaign is over. Donald Trump has shocked the nation and the world.

Nicholas Rodriguez Is Arena's Billy Bigelow

The Texas native, who won a Helen Hayes Award playing Curly in "Oklahoma," is appearing in "Carousel" through Dec. 24.

Actor Frederick Weller Takes on Eddie Carbone

If you ran into the actor Frederick Weller in the street, you might get the notion, that feeling, “I know ...

Tammy Grimes, Broadway's "Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1934-2016)

The hard-to-categorize performer, wife of actor Christopher Plummer, died Oct. 30 at 82.

A Virtual Deadlock on the Last Day

There is no question that this has been the most ill-tempered campaign in a long time — since 1968, at least.

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