Gary Tischler

'Freedom’s Song' at Ford’s Theatre

As the smartly brief but epic musical “Freedom’s Song: Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War” moves to its inevitable ...

U.S. Attorney Retires With Unfinished Business

Almost everything that anyone connected with the still ongoing investigation of former Mayor Vincent Gray’s 2010 mayoral campaign does ...

Choral Arts' Norman Scribner: 1936-2015

Norman Scribner, the founder and artistic director emeritus of the Choral Arts Society of Washington, died unexpectedly March 22.

On This St. Paddy's Day, Celebrate Words, Songs and Say a Prayer, Too

These days, St. Patrick’s Day, the American national holiday saluting this country’s Irish heritage with parades, green beer, Guinness and leprechauns driving convertibles, sneaks up on you.

Cristina Pato: the Joy and Passion of World Music at 6th & I Synagogue

Don’t be surprised this weekend if you should happen to be walking around downtown that you might hear the ...

Wollesen of the Clarice Touts Bringing Arts to Younger Audiences

Mark Wollesen, executive director of the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, as the speaker of the Georgetowner’s monthly Cultural Leadership Breakfast, fit the spirit of spring March 12.

Former Kennedy Center Head Sounds Alarm on the Arts in New Book, 'Curtains?'

I went to see the Washington National Opera company’s production of “The Flying Dutchman” at the Opera House recently ...

Mayor Muriel Bowser: First 60 Days in Office

It’s been a busy time for new Mayor Muriel Bowser, who seems to have made a whirlwind of her own in the two months since her inauguration.

Skateboarding and Other Kennedy Center Surprises

Deborah Rutter spent the last six months or so getting used to her role as president of the Kennedy Center ...

A Summer for All at Wolf Trap

Wolf Trap Foundation announced its first group of over 50 offerings for summer 2015 at the Filene Center in Vienna ...

Dazzling, Dizzying Iberian Festival Opens at the Kennedy Center

“Iberian Suite” is a vast, nearly month-long festival of the arts and many other things, focusing on the world-wide cultural offerings of Spain and Portugal.

'Flying Dutchman': Damned With Desire and Worth the Trip

The two-and-a-half-hour production of Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman" requires endurance as well as desire—and features rising star Eric Owens.

Crocetto Leads the 'Carmelites' at WNO

Leah Crocetto is making her Washington National Opera debut as Madame Ledoine in a emotionally wrenching production of “Dialogues of the Carmelites."

Leonard Nimoy, Spock of 'Star Trek,' Has Beamed Up

Through it all, Nimoy never quite shed the shadow of Spock, and then finally stopped trying as in two books he wrote: “I am Not Spock” and “I Am Spock."

Obscure Strauss Opera, 'Guntram,' to Be Performed Sunday at GW for Second Time in the U.S.

Washington Concert Opera  is known for putting on rare productions of sometimes legendary or little known operas.  “Guntram,” Richard Strauss ...

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