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"Angels in America" remains one of the great masterpieces of our time
Transformer's latest exhibit highlights artists exploring racial, sexual and cultural identity
Our pick of what's hot in arts and entertainment this week!
The D.C. Public Library celebrates more than books at this year's Banned Books Week
From Beethoven to Williams and Schubert to Sondheim, here's everything classical and choral in D.C. this fall
Comedy, Readings, Discussions, Spoken Word, Multimedia, Tastings, Tours, Etc.
Every act, band and artist worth knowing about in the D.C. region this fall
Ballet, Modern and Folk dance -- every performance worth knowing about in Washington, D.C.
Everything worth seeing at Washington, D.C.'s many fine art and historical exhibitions
Michele Angelini grew up appreciating opera's beauty and melodrama
The Smith Sisters bring their magnificent harmonies -- and an art show -- to The Birchmere next week
The musical Come From Away tells the story of a Canadian town that opened its doors to thousands of stranded visitors
ANGELS IN AMERICA: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES Two of suburban Maryland’s leading theater companies, Round House Theatre Company and Olney Theatre Center, join forces for an unprecedented...
Mary Fahl will appear at the Hamilton with a full band and, quite possibly, her well-known gay brother-in-law
A powerful new exhibit celebrates lesbian artist Romaine Brooks, who painted against the grain of her time, with women often dressed in ambiguously masculine garb