On Saturday night, April 25, the Kennedy Center in collaboration with the Grammy Museum will produce and stage an all-star concert, “Lead Belly at 125: A Tribute to an American Songster."
“Lights Rise on Grace” is an unusual love triangle that plays itself out in a tough, urban environment. I haven’t seen a play in a very long time that so stilled the audience into silent attention, writes reviewer Gary Tischler.
It’s hard to categorize actor Julian Sands except for one thing: if you see him in anything—movies, television, what all—you can’t quite get his image out of your head.
The Nobel laureate wrote of German literary, cultural, societal and moral loss of memory or re-arranging of the same, which afflicted many adult Germans who survived World War II.
Kim Sajet is shy.
All right, she’s not shy. Not at all.
The new (relatively, since 2013) director of ...
Ever since Muriel Bowser – not unexpectedly – won the November general election, becoming the District of Columbia’s second female mayor ...
Part of the job description for the S&R Foundation’s Artist-in-Residence is to be a multifaceted ambassador to the ...
No single group of Americans is as revered in American hearts and minds – minds, especially – as the Founding Fathers, that ...
At the Helen Hayes Awards held at the venerable, history-drenched Lincoln Theatre on U Street April 7 with a party ...
In his new play, “The Originalist,” now in the Kogod Cradle of Arena Stage, playwright John Strand gives us a voluble, combustible Scalia sparring loudly, with strands of mercy, with a vocal self-described liberal law clerk.
The Shakespeare Theatre Company's "Man of La Mancha" production may be the best musical take on Miguel Cervantes's classic Don Quixote story yet.
Mayor Muriel Bowser will deliver her first State of the District address—based on the theme, “Pathways to the Middle Class”—5:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 31, at the Lincoln Theatre.
With Common and others, Norman Lear gave the 28th Annual Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Policy, as a sort of pep talk to Arts Advocacy Day the following day on Capitol Hill.
There’s an old saying that goes something like “by his deeds shall you know him" with regard to summing up a person’s life. For A. James Clark, it was more like "by Washington's cityscape, you shall know him."