Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser has joined a delegation heading to San Francisco Dec. 16 to make a final pitch for the District as a candidate to host the 2024 Olympics.
Longtime producer of the Kennedy Center Honors, George Stevens, Jr., announced the surprise news himself: he is out as head of the Honors.
Director Ethan McSweeny manages to pull quite a bit of the play’s rich diversity together in his bewitchingly engaging production at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Sidney Harman Hall through Jan. 11.
Megan Hilty is a big voiced but rangy song stylist with a blonde and curvy, glittery presence: she is the epitome of people born to the stage.
As You Like It Directed by Michael Attenborough, with Zoe Waites as Rosalind, the best and smartest of all of ...
Washington theatergoers who like to take a little walk on the wild and Woolly (as in Woolly Mammoth) side are ...
In 1978, the first Kennedy Center honorees were contralto Marian Anderson, dancer Fred Astaire, choreographer George Balanchine, composer Richard Rodgers ...
Donny and Marie bring all the energy, glamor and pizzazz of a Vegas show to the National Theatre for their Christmas-themed show.
On Thursday, Dec. 4, Kennedy Center officials broke ground on a new expansion that will extend to the Potomac River.
A fighter to the end, Michele Conley, founder of Living in Pink, a cancer research charity, died of cancer Nov. 28.
At Arena Stage, "Five Guys Named Moe" features five terrific singers with a lot of range, and even more moves, who dazzle with attitude.
From Arlington, Va., and an alumna of Sidwell Friends, Alyson Cambridge will be at the Soul Train Awards Sunday and at “2014 Christmas Concert for the Troops” Monday at the Kennedy Center.
“Little Dancer” is a musical that’s about something—in fact, several things, that matter. A terrific team has been assembled to make this enterprise a success at the Kennedy Center.
Marion Barry, who died Nov. 23, defined local politics in Washington, D.C., for better or for worse and for so long that many residents cannot think of their city without him.
Almost from the moment he arrived in Washington, D.C., as a young, firebrand civil rights activist, Marion Barry captured the imagination of the city...