The last of those unforgettable Gabor sisters left us yesterday at age 99.
The STC co-production of the musical version of Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's book runs through Jan. 8.
The Alabama-born painter, sculptor and photographer, a longtime Corcoran faculty member whose work was internationally known, died Nov. 28.
Fiasco Theater Company's at first seemingly casual production of the Sondheim musical is at the Kennedy Center through Jan. 8.
Americans living in today’s uncertain times lost a man yesterday easily recognized for who and what he was.
The gunman at Comet Ping Pong embodied the consequences of lies taken at face value for truth.
The play comes brilliantly alive when it and its actors are in the air, in motion, at sea, pitching and floundering.
The legendary ABT principal dancer, now artistic director of the Washington Ballet, spoke at this morning's Cultural Leadership Breakfast.
The selection for this year's event, to take place Dec. 4, is as eclectic as ever.
The Nov. 25 death of one of the world's longest-running dictators got the media to stray from their daily bread.
Every now and then, we’re reminded that television wasn’t always a world of edgy serial shows on HBO ...
Watching Belgian director Ivo van Hove’s clean-as-a-stripped-bone production of Arthur Miller’s 1955 play, “A View from the Bridge ...
Mayor Muriel Bowser named a new D.C. Public Schools chancellor Nov. 22. to succeed Kaya Henderson.
Bowser chose someone ...
Cincinnati Ballet, under Artistic Director and CEO Victoria Morgan, brings its acrobatic version to the Kennedy Center Opera House.