“The Metromaniacs” is such good fun and an outrageous evening of rhyming at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
When soprano Renée Fleming appears in recital with Russian pianist Olga Kern at the Kennedy Center on Feb. 23, as ...
THE MORE THINGS CHANGE . . .
The Washington watchword is change: change everywhere. Change in Adams Morgan, change in Petworth, Brookland, big ...
"Godspell" remains a sweet show, with unflagging energy, and the audience of mostly past-40 types greeted it with enthusiasm. It’s as a commune of sorts being applauded in suburban Maryland.
Simon Shaheen is performing at the Sixth and I Street Synagogue, one of Washington’s more eclectic performance venues, through ...
“Dunsinane” is something of a theatrical marvel in our midst now at the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Harman Hall through Feb. 21.
“The Widow Lincoln” is a difficult play about a difficult person. Actress Mary Bacon portrays a Mary who is bewildered, keen, heavy with grief and charming and blustering, the White Houses bully.
Reworked by Heidi Thomas and Eric Schaeffer, this new "Gigi" comes into its own with Vanessa Hudgens, while mindful of the original 1958 movie.
The U.S. Holocaust Museum and Embassy of Hungary remembered the lives lived and lost during the Holocaust with performances last week.
It’s always an odd feeling interviewing actors you’ve seen on Washington stages in many guises. Such was the ...
We remember baseball legend and Chicago Cub Ernie Banks, who died of a heart attack at 83 on Jan. 23.
The Washington National Opera’s American Opera Initiative continues to bear fruit and create a climate for new operas.
In a robust, sometimes rambling, Tony-the-Tiger speech, President Obama seemed to be announcing that things were swell, because his policies had been vindicated and worked during the Jan. 20 State of the Union before Congress.
The Kennedy Center and Washington Performing Arts have some big initiatives for Washingtonians to look forward to in 2015.