When "Passport DC" starts in May, visit a range of nations without ever leaving the city.
People in Washington – but probably in every city in the world – are always talking about change.
Hop into a cab ...
A great writer and master wordsmith, Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died, but his beautiful words live on to the delight of anyone who can think and feel.
As "Hair" approaches its half-century mark, our critic recalls its early days -- and talks about today's involved production at the Keegan Theatre on Church Street.
Arts critic Gary Tischler finds “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” as happily small-town, surprising and seductive as ever—and with Broadway verve.
Only in Washington. You go to see a play, and you’re in the middle of a historic moment about ...
The irrepressible actor Mickey Rooney -- though short in stature -- lived his life large. Just ask his ex-wives.
Washington, D.C., is finished with its primary elections. Now onto the election, but first: springtime.
The Democratic Primary race for Mayor of Washington, D.C., has been an unprecedented contest, characterized by turmoil, a large ...
With modern blue that's like the old blues and with real life stories, Kevin Moore -- Keb' Mo' -- from Compton, Calif., arrives at Strathmore April 3.
Not sure if it was "Now or Never," but WUSA-9's mayoral debate on March 26 had a few quotable moments.
Listening to Hal Holbrook in a phone interview, it’s easy to think that Mark Twain might still be alive ...
On the heels of “World Stages: International Theater Festival 2014,” an eclectic festival of new theater, new styles and new ...
The tribute for Virginia Williams, mother of a Washington, D.C., mayor, at Duke Ellington School was full of music, song, stories and joy.
In "Elixir of Love," Donizetti’s score is gorgeous, smooth, romantic and soaring. This opera has a little bit of everything in it.