The outgoing (in more ways than one) artistic director of the Washington Ballet spoke at Georgetown Media Group's first spring Cultural Leadership Breakfast.
The Folger Shakespeare Library is celebrating "The Wonder of Will," 400 years after the death of the Bard, with special exhibitions, performances and programming.
All the harbingers of the season — cherry blossoms, the city of trees alive with fresh buds, Easter and the end ...
This is William Shakespeare’s year, and April is William Shakespeare’s month.
In April, we celebrate both the Bard ...
Here it is the day after Tuesday, and it turns out that the Wisconsin primary really was a big cheese ...
Another Tuesday, another campaign do-or-die. Or maybe not.
The Mississippi-born classical pianist performs at Georgetown University Wednesday.
The Oscar-winning actress died early Tuesday morning at the age of 69.
The Keegan's production of the Green Day-spawned Broadway hit has been extended through April 16.
The Washington Ballet presents Stephen Mills's "Hamlet" at the Kennedy Center through April 3.
We're living in the age of Donald Trump — and the degradation of our election process.
At Theater J, an adaptation of Israeli author David Grossman's novel about finding meaning and relief from the fact of death.
Mayor Bowser delivered her second State of the District Address on March 22 at Arena Stage.