Known for "Lawrence of Arabia," "Becket" and many other films, Peter O'Toole lived large in film and in life.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra president Deborah Rutter will succeed Michael Kaiser as the third president of the Kennedy Center, beginning Sept. 1.
I kept thinking, as I watched Mikhail Baryshnikov navigate the stage of the Lansburgh Theatre in “Man in a Case ...
We celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela. In D.C., we may sign a book of condolences at the South African Embassy or the Wilson Building -- and attend a memorial service at the National Cathedral on Wednesday.
What seemed old is new and fresh again. Check "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" (Ancient Rome) and “The King and I” (old Thailand), now playing.
We used to think of the “The Holidays” as encompassing perhaps what we could call the advent period, those days ...
Pseudolus is back in town at long last, and so is Bruce Dow.
Pseudolus can trace his lineage back to ...
Joseph Grano lead the unsuccessful fight to save Rhodes Tavern on 15th Street from the wrecking ball in the 1980s. His lessons in historic preservation are remembered.
The precious panda at the National Zoo gets a name, and everyone is happy: Bao Bao.
The highly anticipated "If/Then" is at the National Theatre before its Broadway debut next spring. Reviewer Gary Tischler praised the talent involved but added that some changes should be made in the show.
Friday, November 22, will be day of remembering all over Washington, D.C., and the country and the world, but ...
Step aside TV and online singing contests, it's gotten real -- and it's at the Kennedy Center this weekend: "American Voices."
There is perhaps nothing so mysterious in show biz as the sound of tapping feet, or, in one of its ...
With "Traces of You," Anoushka Shankar continues her journey through life and music.
With the addition of Vincent Orange and Andy Shallal to the race for D.C. mayor, the table is set . . . almost. Mayor Vincent Gray has yet to say yea or nay to running for re-election.