Movie and television star Shirley Jones steals the stage, once again, in an interview with Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday in the National Archives William McGowan Theater.
Saying goodbye to Dennis Farina, beloved cop and actor, well known for his work on Law and Order.
The gossipy, readable "This Town" zooms in on its little power center of political-media-lobbyist D.C. to the dismay of a few and the delight of all.
The District Council has passed the so-called “Living Wage” legislation. Like so many issues we talk about today, it is ...
Zubair Popal thinks for a moment before talking about the role of his older son Omar in the family’s ...
What? The cravin', crazed Frank N. Furter and the gleeful me-boy Mormon Elder Price in the same sentence?
What again ...
Keegan's "Rabbit Hole" is an emotionally gripping story of a four-old boy's death and its effect on his family.
The Capital Fringe Festival offers a wide offering of all things theatrical. Arts & entertainment editor Gary Tischler gives his preview of some of the shows.
Randy Johnson is often described as a director, but this is something like calling a chef a cook. Creator isn ...
This past week, we lost folks, young and old, who showed us the best of who we are.
At Wolf Trap June 28, "Frozen Planet" is a unique musical and visual experience from composer George Fenton.
Actor James Gandolfini died June 19. He was best known for his mobster character, Tony Soprano.
Cole Porter's sassy, salty musical, now at the Kennedy Center, is see-worthy.
O.K., so Chekhov's "Seagull" gets a silly name change. It's not quite the same anyway.
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, preforming at the Hamilton on June 14.