The Helen Hayes Awards co-hosts set the stage for D.C. theater's biggest night
Hoffman adores her gay audience, and they can love her right back as she hosts GMCW's Spring Affair on May 11
Jeanne Paulsen and Naomi Jacobson enact a gripping tug-of-war between frenemies in Studio's vividly realized "The Children"
The Edlavitch DCJCC festival also continues LGBTQ representation in both film and music
The astute political documentary "Knock Down the House" gets somewhat sideswiped by the AOC juggernaut
Solid stagecraft and storytelling serve Constellation's inventive production of "The White Snake"
Dr. Ruth still wants everybody to have great sex, and to go see her new documentary "Ask Dr. Ruth"
Sweeping from grim defeat to giddy excitement, Avengers: Endgame covers all MCU bases, and then some. Our spoiler-free review.
Williams performs with the NSO Pops on May 3 and 4
Everybody plays the fool in Olney's daft but apparently crowd-pleasing "A Comedy of Tenors"
"Grand Hotel" offers eye-popping design and a few fine performances amid a dry, jumbled delivery
Peniston comes to D.C.'s City Winery on April 21
It made perfect sense that Ryan O'Connell portray a version of himself on Netflix's latest LGBTQ series Special
Writer-director Jamie Patterson breaks down some behind-the-scenes T on his film "Tucked"
Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm's P.Y.G. preaches almost as much as it entertains