Wunder Garten ushers in the holiday spirit with its annual three-week ode to nightlife and joy, WinterFest.
This year's Gay Men's Chorus extravaganza at the Lincoln will feature tap dancers, over-the-top costumes, and more "sparkly snow" than ever.
The Washington Ballet has been performing Tchaikovsky's iconic holiday ballet in different variations since 1961.
Patrick Watson will play Union Stage in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Dec. 6 in support of their album Better in the Shade.
Monaghan's 'Move The Way You Want' is the latest in the museum's commissioned series of contemporary art projects.
Aaron Posner and magician Teller shift 'The Tempest's' action from Prospero's island to "a traveling tent show of trickery and amazement."
Olney revivies its hit production of 'Disney's Beauty and the Beast,' with Jade Jones as Belle and Evan Ruggiero as the Beast.
The exhibition of outdoor light creations features five installations from an acclaimed and diverse mix of international and national artists.
This year's 18th annual edition features more than 75 exhibitors offering a vast assortment of gifts, collectibles, and wearables.
Jace Kaholokula Saplan debuts as the new head of the Choral Arts Society with a tribute to Washington, D.C.
The Black, queer electro-pop- and hip-hop-inspired artist first generated buzz in her late teens as the frontwoman of The Skins.
Blues Alley has a full slate of shows for the rest of November, including an appearance by Senator Tim Kaine.
From sit-down meals, to buffets and to-go options, here are some of D.C.'s best bests if you're not cooking at home.
Della Mae and Sister Sadie co-headline a night of bluegrass performed by and featuring women and only women.
The holidays find the Kennedy Center bustling with activity, from a uniquely original ballet to a visit from a familiar wicked witch.