Everything arts and entertainment in D.C. this week
Tinsky's meticulously measured and cut sheets of paper produce works that appear similar to portraits
Black Panther is a giant leap forward for anyone craving authenticity in their superhero fantasies.
Broadway star Raul Esparza heads up an all-new production of the fabled musical Chess at the Kennedy Center.
Pop indie fields queries about Michigan, androgyny, Lana Del Rey and Blue Madonna
A rough cut of the film allegedly depicted two female warriors exchanging flirtatious looks
Marion Colomer's large-scale watercolors are accompanied by an original scent by perfumer Dana El Masri
Seth Kibel's musical brunches at the Edlavitch DCJCC are as popular for the Klezmer repertoire as the kosher buffet
Something Rotten! is wicked good at lampooning both musicals and Shakespeare with love
The cast keeps it fun, although not enough develops in "La Foto: A Selfie Affair"
Wendy Graf's play focuses on a gay Muslim woman trying to reconcile her faith with her sexuality
Vega's magnetic performance lights up the critically lauded tale of a transgender woman reclaiming her own story
A determined trans woman fights for her right to mourn her lover in the riveting "A Fantastic Woman"
Everything arts and entertainment this week in D.C. and beyond!
Highlights from everything arts and entertainment in D.C. this week!