Now in preview performances at Arena Stage, “The City of Conversation” — Anthony Giardina’s play about a powerful Georgetown hostess ...
The blizzard drowned out for a few days the noise of the chattering classes trying to drown out the sound of your breathing—those who claim they know you and what you want.
On stage, Massey is as steady as a rock, but he also oozes charm, sympathy and sex appeal in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” at the Kennedy Center.
These days, there’s plenty of comedy to be had in Washington—and not just in politics: “The Critics,” “The Real Inspector Hound” and “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love Murder.”
This is the year of endings: Frey, co-founder of the Eagles, the soulful, rock-and-country-tinged, super band-hit machine of the 1970s, died Jan. 18 at the age of 67.
This Monday, this city, this country will be celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who would have been 86 years old Jan. 15, had not an assassin’s bullet ended his life.
Nothing exists in a vacuum. Not even, and especially, presidential State of the Union addresses.
President Barack Obama’s SOTU ...
Perusing the craziness of Sunday's TV moments, entertainment writer Gary Tischler draws for us a large arc of comment and insight that leads back to us.
"I catch a paper boy." The world has lost David Bowie, and all of his edgy, generous, outward bound gifts went with him but also stayed behind.
Aren’t you: surprised, relieved, exhausted, still dancing in the streets, nervous about what lies ahead after a year that seemed full of surprises, most of them not boding well for 2016?
Singer Natalie Cole, painter Ellsworth Kelly and basketball player Meadowlark Lemon were contradictions in their fields and originals—but Americans all.
To start off 2016 in an upbeat mood, try the music of Johann Strauss and his "Blue Danube Waltz” at Strathmore’s 15th annual New Year’s Concert, Jan. 3.
There’s still plenty of theatrical goodies available, for latecomers, or late gifting, with regular runs finishing up and some productions getting extra showtime.
“Bright Star” is especially striking and not a little startling because its heroes and heroines are literary types—on the Eisenhower Theatre at the Kennedy Center through Jan. 10.
Co-founder of Dog Tag Bakery, Rev. Richard Curry, S.J., of Georgetown University passed away Saturday evening, Dec. 19, at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.