Just being around Jenny Bilfield, the new president and CEO of the Washington Performing Arts Society, you get the sense ...
A tiny female panda cub grabs the attention of the most powerful and important city in the world, as it to remind us of more important things in life.
The Irish poet Seamus Heaney was a literary giant on par with Joyce, Beckett and Yates.
At the Aug. 28 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, many speaker and three presidents gave their take on the day and the years since then.
Look again: Donna McKechnie performs “Same Place, Another Time” on Sept. 1.
From "East of Eden" to "the Belle of Amherst" to "Knots Landing," actress Julie Harris showed a powerful command of film, theater and television.
The Georgetowner's best writer has some words of his own for one of America's.
The obituary in the Washington Post for Clyde Everett “Ev” Shorey, who died July 23 of congestive heart failure at ...
NOW PLAYING Miss Saigon—Here’s a way to kick off a 24th-anniversary season: remount and re-imagine a full-blown production ...
A meat-and-potatoes newman, Jack Germond was a print journalist who looked the part on television, too.
Classic gentleman Ev Shorey, a former president of the Citizens Association of Georgetown, has died.
In August 1963, a new bar and restaurant opened on M Street: Clyde's of Georgetown. It -- and its other places -- have become a Washington legend.
Damai, the Sumatran Tiger at the National Zoo, gave birth to two cubs Aug. 5.
Broadway's musical classic about itself, "A Chorus Line," gets an enthusiastic re-staging at the Olney Theater Center—extended to Sept. 8.
You don’t see “ A Chorus Line ” too often anymore, certainly not in many regional theaters.
“It’s not that ...