Gary Tischler

Francesca and Robert in Iowa, Set to Music

The touring production of "The Bridges of Madison Country" is playing at the Kennedy Center through July 17.

Elie Wiesel (1928 to 2016): He Who Forced the World to Remember        

Over his long life of 87 years, the Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel, who died July 2, wrote more than 60 ...

DCPS Chancellor Henderson to Step Down

Kaya Henderson, former top aide to her predecessor, Michelle Rhee, will leave at the end of September.

The Shocks, and Aftershocks, of Brexit

The referendum in Great Britain on whether to stay in the European Union kind of snuck up on Americans.

Coming to the Mall: Basque and California Culture

This year's Smithsonian Folklife Festival starts June 29 and wraps around the Fourth of July.

Tonight's Dish: Roast Carville

The (former?) political strategist will be roasted June 23 as part of the District of Comedy Festival.

Rivers, Remembered, Kicks Off Comedy Festival

The tributes to the legendary Joan came fast, furious and often unprintable.

Master Class With a Ballet Legend

Dancers are different from the rest of us. They’re not quite like gods, of course, or birds or anything ...

"Ballet & Brass" This Weekend

Chamber Dance Project's program includes two world premieres with live music by D.C. street band Brass Connection.

"Kinky Boots" Has Danced into the Kennedy Center

The touring company of the Tony Award-winning musical runs through July 10.

Orlando Shootings a Human Tragedy, First and Foremost

Before the horrific mass murders in Orlando, Florida, become completely enfolded in and submerged by politics and the presidential campaigns ...

D.C. Primary: Bowser's Allies Fall, Gray to Return to Council

Council incumbents Alexander, May and Orange lost out.

Oprah Pledges $1 Million to N Street Village Women's Shelter

The Village plans to nearly double in size by opening a short-term emergency-housing facility at a fourth location.

“An Octaroon” at Woolly: Bring the Context

Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins has achieved some miracles with this play.

'An Octoroon' at Woolly Mammoth

Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins has achieved some miracles with this play.

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