Events

  • House party

    What once started as a Victorian Christmas Home Tour in Logan Circle more than 30 years ago has evolved to become the Logan Circle House...

  • Open Your Art

    The 16th Annual Art for Life art auction and exhibit benefiting Whitman-Walker Clinic marks the fifth time local gay artist Bill Mould is participating in...

  • Earned Wings

    ''The sort of plays we produce,'' says Forum Theatre artistic director Michael Dove, ''are incredibly theatrical. plays that ask really big questions, that tackle...

  • Sky Queen

    She's global. She's glam. She's Pam Ann. And while her comedic Pam Ann persona is sky-bound, you're more likely to have encountered Caroline Reid on...

  • Dancing with Vasudevan

    Like most Indian dance pieces, the Bharata Natyam tells a story. Aniruddhan Vasudevan, who is gay and one of the dancers performing the classical Indian...

  • Leading Man

    ''I love the play. I love what it says. I love the fact that it's sort-of perfectly tied into what's going on in my personal...

  • Scare Tactics

    ''The philosophy behind Dorian Gray is that Dorian lives in a time when no one can be shocked, and he's trying to rebel against that,''...

  • Phase Set to Stun

    ''One of my biggest fears is that this year we're going to have to turn people away,'' says Angela Lombardi, lead organizer of PhaseFest. The...

  • Busch Garden

    For Charles Busch, Washington is akin to a first love. The long-ago memory has all the elements: joy, discovery and resonance -- even as some...

  • Shorts Stuff

    The DC Shorts Film Festival isn't getting longer, but it is stretching its legs. For a week starting Sept. 10, the 2009 festival will show...