Gary Tischler

New Novels: Spies in Sarajevo and Paris

Our discriminating thriller-reader reviews the latest from Matthew Palmer and Alan Furst.

At Olney: Not Your Granddad’s — or Dad’s — G&S

The Hypocrites' productions of "The Pirates of Penzance" and "The Mikado" will run through Aug. 21.

Highs and Lows in Rio in Living Color

Patriotism, heartbreak, eloquence, banality ... this summer's Olympic Games have it all.

Takeaways from Clinton's D.C. Q&A

On Aug. 5, the candidate spoke to National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists convention attendees.

Daisey's 'Trump Card' at Woolly Mammoth

The monologist, appearing through Aug. 7, says that, like Trump, he's a performer, a showman.

'The BeBe Winans Story' — and a Q&A With Nita Whitaker as Mama Winans

On Broadway and in musical theater lore, there are plenty of shows that have chronicled, examined and celebrated the lives ...

The Conventions in the Rearview Mirror

The RNC and the DNC expressed remarkably distinct worldviews, styles, cultures and stories.

Zelda Fichandler, 1924-2016

Arena Stage's artistic director Molly Smith called Fichandler, who died on July 29, "the mother of us all."

'The Merchant of Venice' at the Kennedy Center

Shakespeare's most complicated "problem play" runs through July 30.

Meadows to Step Out as Jelly Roll Morton at Signature

Jazz pianist Mark G. Meadows will play Morton in a new production of "Jelly's Last Jam," opening Aug. 2.

Jonathan Pryce: 'Merchant of Venice' for Our Times

The voice on the phone is instantly familiar — a friendly, measured, reasonable, recognizable from many films in often sinister, even ...

Action-packed 'Phantom' Is Quite the Summer Fling

They’re back.

Cameron McIntosh, Andrew Lloyd Webber, the Phantom, Christine, the divas, the dire deeds, the sets, the chandelier ...

America’s Choice?

Here in the United States, it is the Year of the Donkey and the Year of the Elephant.

Here in ...

Producer-Director Garry Marshall Dies, 81

The creator of "Happy Days" and director of "Pretty Woman" was an unabashed sentimentalist.

Leading Up to the RNC: An Astonishingly Violent and Tragic Week

Baton Rouge, St. Paul, Dallas, Nice and Baton Rouge again.

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 16:36:02 -0400

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