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"All the Way" scribe Robert Schenkkan is convinced that progress in LGBT rights is inevitable
Library of Congress offers Pontus Lidberg's new dance work, set to Irving Fine
Shakespeare Theatre's 1984 is constrained by the source material's faults, but is still an enthralling concept piece
With American Idiot, Keegan Theatre has staged another inspiring rock musical
Gwen Stefani's return to solo work retreads familiar ground in a bid for authenticity with "This is What the Truth Feels Like"
"The Real O'Neals" is a gay-centric sitcom that doesn't stray far from ABC's tried-and-tested formula
Light City Baltimore, an illumination and innovation festival, launches next week
Aca-Challenge offers a rare, prominent showcase for a cappella groups
Tony Kushner's landmark plays will be co-produced by the two theater companies
Hitman brings the deadly franchise back to relevance by breaking it up into bite-size chunks
Far Cry Primal can’t shake the feeling that we’ve seen it all before -- with guns
A popular 1990s TV character is finally emerging from the closet, and it’s about time. In keeping with the trend of rebooting shows from decades...
Congressional Chorus's spring cabaret is a showy spectacle
Departing executive director will take over in the same role at the prestigious Washington Chorus.
Julie Kent began dancing professionally by training locally in Bethesda at the Academy of the Maryland Youth Ballet. Little did she know she would later...
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