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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.
The Kennedy Center plays host to the world's most outrageous dance troupe
Stephin Merritt will perform entire 50-song album over two nights
Tickling Giants tells the story of the Egyptian Jon Stewart
What's happening around town, week of March 16 to 23
Robert Lepage's play is part of a spotlight on innovative, international directors
Tarell McCraney’s Choir Boy focuses on the most talented — as well as most flamboyant — chorister at a hallowed African-American, all-boy prep school. A touching...
Chandini Darby’s Stances and Stanzas is a warrior’s poem honoring black poets past and present while giving a call to action for all to speak...
Highlights from arts events in D.C: film, stage, music, dance, exhibits, readings food and more
“When the National March was announced, it sort of gave me license to go bigger,” promoter Bruce Yelk says. Yet by December, Yelk already had...
Washingtonians are definitely spoiled when it comes to live music, with major acts from almost every genre stopping in the area this season. Mary J....
Organist Cameron Carpenter at Strathmore, Bernadette Peters with the Wolf Trap Orchestra. If you go for bombast and starpower in shows full of pomp and...