Everything arts and entertainment this week in D.C. and beyond!
Highlights from everything arts and entertainment in D.C. this week!
Act beat conservative anti-LGBTQ politician Ann Widdecombe to claim the crown
An epic, culturally resonant Chinese ballet aims to delight American audiences
With 10 Hairy Legs, Randy James strives to dispel the myth that all male dancers are gay
Michael Urie commands the stage in Michael Kahn's deeply elegant, daring production of "Hamlet"
"Jefferson's Garden" harvests humor and pathos with its spirited exploration of Revolutionary War history
Signature Theatre's "4,380 Nights" stumbles over lengthy monologues, while Keegan Theatre's "Unnecessary Farce" is just far too much
When Theresa Rebeck called, Kristine Nielsen dropped everything to star in Way of the World
After thirty-five years and twenty albums, They Might Be Giants are still finding the joy in everything
FILM BILAL Billed as “A New Breed of Hero,” Bilal ibn Rabah, the 7th century companion of the Islamic prophet Muhammad known for his beautiful voice...
The Insult The Insult One of five nominees for Best Foreign Language Film at this year’s Academy Awards, this powerful and revealing Lebanese film focuses...
Dance company brings two new productions: Members Don't Get Weary and The Golden Section
The Trocks bill themselves as "the world's foremost all-male comic ballet company"
The experimental group records and performs scores for theatrical productions around D.C.