The State of the Union has become something of a national political reality show.
Gary Tischler eulogizes his old friend, unique, of course: Tom Quinn.
Washington’s 2014 theater scene offers an eclectic mix of entertainment. We’ve got Shakespeare, Moliere, Oscar Wilde. We’ve ...
Peter Pan is old. The boy hero—who refused to grow up, who could fly and who lived in Neverland ...
There was a time—during the 1970s, the 1980s and a little beyond—when Georgetown and its surrounding areas vibrated ...
It is the Shakespeare Theatre's version of "The Importance of Being Earnest,” and arts critic Gary Tischler deemed it delicious on many levels.
The full life of Paul Robeson is impressively on full display at Arena Stage's "Tallest Tree in the Forest."
Few polls have been taken during the Democratic mayoral primary campaign. A recent one looks for Mayor Vincent Gray.
Watching politics is sometimes like watching the kings and would-be kings in Shakespeare’s histories and tragedies—on the throne ...
The great mix of presenters and stars, film and TV, made the awards show predictably off-center and off-color.
The mayoral debate at Dumbarton House Jan. 9 was surprised by an uninvited candidate -- but missed the incumbent, Mayor Vincent Gray.
Here we go again: the Redskins' new coach, Jay Gruden, will the eighth one since 1999.
"Flashdance" had musical cache to begin with -- and gets even more songs in the musical at the Kennedy Center.
Gary Tischler looks back at the dearly departed of 2013 and sees how what we recall says as much about them as it says about us.
Actors take on familiar characters with "The King and I" and "A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas,” both at the Olney.