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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
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"
"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!"
Josh Howard's eye-opening documentary airs June 18
The gay bear rapper wants to remind everyone what Pride is really all about
Goldie Patrick revives Herstory to represent the next hip-hop generation
The great tenor is lovingly remembered by wives and mistresses alike in Ron Howard's charming documentary, "Pavarotti"
"Dark Phoenix" delivers only a half-good adaptation of one of Marvel's greatest hits
The cast and production all have their moments, but not always in sync in Mosaic's Sooner/Later