- The Magazine
Quentin Tarantino offers a fascinating, pop culture-soaked paean to the sixties with "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood."
A lively spectacle with more high adventure than heart, Aladdin is big, occasionally bland, but never boring
Tituss Burgess drops into the Kennedy Center with a fresh concert program and some fabulous friends
Thick with suspense, Jan Zabeil's thriller Three Peaks yields mostly frustration
J.Lo celebrates her many moods with some sizzling moves as her It’s My Party Tour shakes up the Cap One Center.
A sparkling ensemble and score cast a sublimely wistful spell in "The Band's Visit," now at the Kennedy Center
Washington Project for the Arts celebrates a milestone anniversary with a bold new show
The catfights look real but the tale is strictly recycled in Disney’s “live-action” remake of The Lion King.
The self-proclaimed "feisty bitch" literally bent over backwards to show her charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent on the show.
Style submerges substance in Signature’s hit-or-miss high-seas adventure Blackbeard
Spider-Man: Far From Home sets up Marvel’s next cinematic cycle, and delivers the MCU’s first real romantic comedy
A supergroup is erased from cultural history, while a lone musician cashes in on their music in Danny Boyle's "Yesterday"
Kelvin Roston, Jr. brings the late Donny Hathaway to life in a powerful exploration of what drove the singer to his death
Alexander Strain shines in the brilliantly interactive solo play "Every Brilliant Thing"
Dive into an exploration of LGBTQ history at the Newseum, or just sleep surrounded by history at The Hamilton