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Gaga will appear in an opener billed as "one of the most jaw-dropping moments in Drag Race history"
The Keegan's world-premiere "Mack, Beth" struts and frets, missing the mark
It's the largest musical in the theater's history
A new memoir timed with the fifth anniversary of the murder of the unarmed black teenager
Joshua Bell performs a Washington Performing Arts recital with pianist Sam Haywood
FILM STAGE MUSIC DANCE COMEDY READING EXHIBITS FOOD ABOVE & BEYOND FILM MOONLIGHT One of those rare and extraordinary cinematic experiences that pulls you deeply...
Washington Conservatory's Ensemble-in-Residence perform celebrated chamber works
"Drastic times call for Dragtastic measures."
Popular lesbian all-covers party-rock band continues to perform
German cabaret artist has made honoring Jewish composers a central focus of her work
A tale of young love and the struggle between good and evil
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf is another showcase for Holly Twyford's amazing talent
Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies' is a deft examination of two young black teens from vastly different circumstances
David France’s How to Survive a Plague documents the activism of the unheralded heroes in the fight against HIV and AIDS
Book of Love aims to reconnect with its "over the top" D.C. fans