August is the month when we ignore the news, because there isn’t supposed to be any. That maxim is long past its expiration date. Each year, August brings more unwelcome news.
The talents of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul give us a musical set in the 1960s in San Francisco during the start of the Vietnam War.
One man, with almost tender, compassionate and literary style, wrote about the human brain. Another man gave us nightmares.
Amid our discontent, the spectacle of Hillary and the Donald or the evidence of violence all around might be healed, per chance, by the sight of tiny pandas and a big-hearted pope.
The police union criticizes Chief Cathy Lanier for disbanding drug and vice units. It is one of the causes, the union says, for the increase in violent crimes. Others add that D.C. needs more police officers.
Bond and Trump; Trump and Bond: such is the study of contrasts in America today, according to socio-political observer Gary Tischler.
It's bye bye, Miss American party. We're drinking whiskey and wry -- because you're out of ideas and have lost your political appeal.
There’s only a couple of weeks left to see “Dear Evan Hansen,” a highly original, up-to-the-moment world premiere musical, in the Kreeger Theater at Arena Stage through Aug. 23.
So little time, so much to do.
This was a momentous week in the world. President Barack Obama gave a ...
The Glimmerglass Festival at Cooperstown—in its 40th anniversary at Cooperstown in upstate New York this year—has a very ...
In a Broadway theater world where the search for the next big thing is always on, “Dear Evan Hansen,” the ...
Let’s talk about Donald Trump.
I know. I know. Let’s not.
Enough, too much, had already been said ...
If you spent your whole summer catching all or many of the performances and acts at the Wolf Trap’s Filene Center, you might just ran the gamut of every kind of musical genre that exists.
The minute Ward, with that rugged-sensitive two-day beard handsome-but-shy look, picks up a guitar, the audience and the rest of the people in the play notice him.
Novelist E.L. Doctorow and actor and musical performer Theodore Bikel passed away this week at the ages of 84 and 91, respectively, with "larger-than-life" legacies.