Gary Tischler

Ute Lemper Sings It All

The German-born singer Ute Lemper is making one of her frequent jaunts to Washington, this time at the Sixth and ...

A Return to Hemingway and Fitzgerald

The boys are back.

We’re talking Ernie and F. Scott, Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, the American chroniclers ...

'Show Boat': True American Entertainment

"Show Boat" is a wowser, as our reviewer notes and finds soprano Andriana Chuchman "the heart and soul of the show."

Washington Ballet Presents Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises"

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Kahn's Take on 'Wallenstein' and 'Coriolanus'

A talk with Shakespeare Theatre Company director Michael Kahn reveals the rise and fall of great men in two plays.

Rest In Peace, Possum

Country music giant George Jones has died -- and so has a bit of country music itself.

At-Large Council Election: Good to Be the Incumbent

An interim councilmember no more, Anita Bonds led the pack to secure her at-large seat on the District Council.

The 'Freedom' and Heart of Richie Havens

Singer Richie Havens -- more than a performer at Woodstock -- was also a teacher for the environment.

Is April the Cruelest Month?

“All in all, it’s been a tough week,” President Barack Obama said in the wake of the capture of ...

Franceesa Zambello Joins Washington National Opera

Francesca Zambello, on the phone, at a table, in print, from a distance, and just from reading her resume, feels ...

Al Neuharth: Founder of USA Today, Freedom Forum and the Newseum

Media innovator Al Neuharth left us his unique gifts of a national newspaper and a news museum in downtown D.C.

An Election? Yes, Vote April 23

Yes, Washington, there is an election tomorrow, however unmotivated you might be.

Succinct Sportscaster Summerall, a Classic

Pat Summerall was the classic American sportscaster who added a touch of class to each broadcast.

Wright: at His 'Mountaintop,' Playing MLK

What is it like to play Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.? Ask actor Bowman Wright in Arena Stage's "The Mountaintop."

'Hello, Dolly!' Now at Ford’s Theatre

So nice to see "Hello, Dolly!" at Ford's Theatre -- with its different story lines to sing and tell.

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