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Everybody's singing pep songs in the blandly empowering high school musical "Everybody's Talking About Jamie"
Northern Ireland-born singer Foy Vance re-emerges with a fourth album inspired by rebirth and renewal
A powerful advocate for representation in TV and movies, BD Wong makes his TV directing debut on "Awkwafina is Nora from Queens"
Sex, drugs, drag, and murder get super messy in the low-budget queer horror film Death Drop Gorgeous.
Washington Concert Opera offers the free outdoor concert on the upper field of Meridian Hill/Malcolm X Park
Juliette Binoche delivers a knockout performance as a divorcée caught up in a catfishing romance in "Who You Think I Am"
DC Shorts returns as a hybrid festival, with a portion of its 95 online films highlighted in live screenings
Bowen McCauley Dance presents its final performance on Sept. 14, 2021
This year's 12th annual National Dance Day returns on Sept. 18 as a free, in-person gathering
The exhibit features atmosphere, color, digital imagery, and emotion projected in 360-degrees across ginormous screens
Matt Rogers breaks down the bops and "boops" of writing and performing on Netflix's new animated queer spy comedy
Halsey returns with a raw new sound on a strong, defiant fourth album that explores themes of motherhood
Camila Cabello is an appealing heroine in Amazon Prime's "Cinderella," but Billy Porter makes it magical
Apple TV+ is also premiering a special recorded performance of the emotional hit musical
Tasjan's rich, pop-infused music incorporates an LGBTQ sensibility, but is as difficult to label as the artist himself