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Michael Innocenti's blazing performance as Leo Frank leads Keegan's exquisite Parade.
Sofi Tukker performs its fetching blend of samba and synth-pop at U Street Music Hall on March 24
A mix of collegiate and adult professional groups will compete for $1,000
In her new, retrospective concert, Cher dumps politics in favor of song, story and extravagant spectacle
In its upcoming concert, the Capitol Pride Symphonic Band honors those the LGBTQ community has lost
Dunye's 1996 mockumentary-style film explores black LGBTQ history and culture
Festival kicks off despite cold weather damage to some of the cherry blossoms
Arts and Entertainment Calendar for March 23 to 29, 2017
Studio's Three Sisters is even more thrilling when paired with Aaron Posner's experimental companion, No Sisters
The Atlanta Symphony, Colorado's Boulder Philharmonic, and Brooklyn's the Knights all part of a unique festival
Carpenter will perform on his monumental digital organ (yep, we know how that sounds)
Popular singer has been open about his sexuality from the start.
Foxygen tours in support of their weird and wonderful new album, Hang
A Great Big World is catchy and inspiring in a '70s-esque sentimental kind of way.
Bill Condon’s dark and fantastical Beast update dances but doesn’t fully delight