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WNO's "La Boheme" is saturated in uncompromising quality and creative detail
Danny Elfman's memorable scores for the films of Tim Burton come to the NSO Pops
"Evita" and "Driving Miss Daisy" offer audiences a study in contrasts
All of Washington’s a stage. Has a nice ring to it, no? But in fact, D.C. theater continues to grow and thrive, as several of...
Kennedy Center's Page-to-Stage Festival promotes and grows local theater
Rebecca Sheir of WAMU 88.5 FM’s Metro Connection leads an in-depth conversation with Michael Kaiser, departing longtime head of the Kennedy Center. Kaiser will reflect...
"Side Show" scribe Bill Russell aims to portray the humanity in those who are different.
Side Show's Robert Joy gets his freak on
“Come Look at the Freaks,” goes the grand opening number in the musical Side Show. And it’s quite possible such a exploitative, sensationalistic call might...
Finnish group Rajaton joins the NSO to toast ABBA
There are beautiful singing voices in WNO's Magic Flute, yet much is still out of tune
Laura Benanti remembers having a slight existential crisis as a kid. “What is this world that I live in? What is this horrible place where...
Although people often call Donizetti’s rom-com The Elixir of Love a good opera for the uninitiated, director Stephen Lawless’s production requires a caveat: Remember that...
''All three of these choreographers are at the top of their game,'' Septime Webre says, referring to Trey McIntyre, Christopher Bruce and Christopher Wheeldon. As...
Julian Wachner leads The Washington Chorus in its celebration of Giuseppe Verdi in honor of the 200th anniversary of his birth. Sopranos Corinne Winters and...