As a trio of ballet works, "Petit Mort" bridges the traditional with the modern, says Septime Webre of the Washington Ballet.
It is clear and absolute. A Federal court has ruled that residents be allowed, for the first time in 40 ...
Ben Bradlee died Tuesday, Oct. 21 as The Georgetowner was going to print. We remember him fondly. Photo By Jeff Malet
Almost 30 esteemed playwrights, commissioned to write monologues and vignettes. An ensemble of six local actors, joined by nearly 30 ...
Kennedy Center President Deborah Rutter talked to the National Press Club about art for art's sake and more on Wednesday, Oct. 15.
"There’s no crying in baseball!” So said Tom Hanks in "A League of Their Own.” Unfortunately, that's not quite true for our writer and this year's last games for the Washington Nationals.
The Hirshhorn's new director, Melissa Chiu, spoke at the Georgetowner's Cultural Leadershio Breakfast Oct. 9 about her vision for the contemporary art museum.
I was asked recently by two young videographers if and how the Georgetowner had changed since I began writing stories ...
"Evita" at the Kennedy Center brings a fresh, tango-flavored feel to the story of the Argentinian icon's life.
Arena Stage's production of "The Shoplifters" is a riotously funny play, evoking ripples, riffs and even whoops of laughter from the audience.
It is stylish and pulls in many directions, but what makes "Marie Antoinette" is the transcendent performance of Kimberly Gilbert as the queen.
People seeing Delaney Williams as Otto, a security guard, in the Arena Stage world premiere production of “The Shoplifters (by ...
Mayoral contender David Catania was the only candidate to show up to CAG's mayoral forum, but he impressed, nonetheless.
When the lead fell ill, soprano Nicole Cabell stepped into the role of Guiletta in Vincenzo Bellini’s “I Capuleti e I Montecchi."