Dive into an exploration of LGBTQ history at the Newseum, or just sleep surrounded by history at The Hamilton
Conductor Steven Reineke leads three artists through their takes on Garland's legacy at the Kennedy Center
With Madame X, the Queen of Pop delivers her most bizarre, challenging work yet
The How to Get Away with Murder star shines in the masterfully-written drama at the Kennedy Center
"Toy Story 4" carries the legacy of Pixar's magnificent series into an inspired new direction
A fine "Falsettos" makes itself at home -- but only for a brief run -- at the Kennedy Center
Deb Gottesman and Claire Schoonover let 'er rip as dueling retirees in Keegan's rollicking "Ripcord"
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus lift their voices for peace and protest in documentary "Gay Chorus Deep South"
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week!
Everything arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week!
The British, openly gay singer-songwriter tours her album "Today Was A Good Day"
"Shaft" leans hard on Samuel L. Jackson's movie-star persona, and the lighter side of its action-comedy heritage
Stage legend Betty Buckley delivers a tender matchmaker in a lush but logy "Hello, Dolly!"
Director Matt Conner forgoes the spectacle and focuses on the music and narrative
June and July offer people in the DMV plenty of opportunities to celebrate their LGBTQ identity