Gary Tischler

Obama's Speech and Trump's Press Conference

Americans might be forgiven if they felt themselves coming down with a case of whiplash.

'La La Land' — and Meryl — Make the Most of Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association awards are less hidebound, more mysterious and also much more informal than other such proceedings.

A Torrent of Hack-Related Tweets and Headlines

Tomorrow's briefing promises to be some sort of climax to a play that's turned from drama to farce.

A Murder Shocks D.C.'s Theater Community — and Many Others

After the body of Tricia McCauley, who disappeared Christmas Day, was found in her car, her alleged attacker was charged with first-degree murder.

Todd Fisher: Debbie Reynolds Is 'Now With Carrie'

The Hollywood legend, born Mary Frances Reynolds in El Paso, died yesterday, the day after the death of her daughter, Carrie Fisher.

George Michael and Carrie Fisher — The Stars Keep Falling. . .

Our most recent losses: Michael on Christmas, Fisher today.

An Irresistible 'Grinch' at the National

The musical version of Dr. Seuss's Christmas classic runs through Dec. 31.

Keegan's Profane, Lyrical 'Irish Carol'

Set in a pub, the show runs at the Dupont Circle theater through Dec. 31.

2016's Dearly Departed: Many, But Not Only, Musicians

"The Greatest" and his photographer, politicians, journalists, writers and also the victims of terrorism.

Isabel Keating is Morrible in 'Wicked'

The actress, who played Birdie in "The Little Foxes" at Arena, is back in D.C. on her first national tour.

1 (or Maybe 3) of a Kind: Exit Zsa Zsa

The last of those unforgettable Gabor sisters left us yesterday at age 99.

At Shakespeare: A 'Garden' Blooming With Hope

The STC co-production of the musical version of Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic children's book runs through Jan. 8.

Artist Bill Christenberry, 1936-2016

The Alabama-born painter, sculptor and photographer, a longtime Corcoran faculty member whose work was internationally known, died Nov. 28.

An Amusing, Then Moving, 'Into the Woods'

Fiasco Theater Company's at first seemingly casual production of the Sondheim musical is at the Kennedy Center through Jan. 8.

Godspeed, John Glenn: 1921 - 2016

Americans living in today’s uncertain times lost a man yesterday easily recognized for who and what he was.

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