The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington's annual Holiday Show is one of D.C.'s most joyful traditions
Oscar Ceville embodies a Lucha Libre legend in Keegan’s unique staging of one of Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.
Lynch calls it a "throwback to those specials in the late '50s, early '60s"
BUDDIES The first American film to focus on the AIDS pandemic (preceding both the TV movie An Early Frost and Longtime Companion), Arthur J. Bressan Jr.’s 1985 drama...
Local baker Kareem "Mr. Bake" Queeman is "so excited" for everyone to see him on the Discovery Family show
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in D.C. this week!
The Congressional Chorus performs a piece this weekend by one of the country's hottest up-and-coming composers
With "Boy Erased," author Garrard Conley and director Joel Edgerton shine a spotlight on the horror of conversion therapy
Simmons' intense, resonant performance of the Nubian princess has been hailed by critics
The British comic genius brings his hilariously inept secret agent back to cinemas on October 26
David Gordon Green's "Halloween" picks up forty years after the original, and is only half as scary
Conductor Steven Reineke calls the immense undertaking "a workout" for the musicians
The Award-winning actress and LGBTQ icon spoke to Metro Weekly ahead of her Kennedy Center show
Every cover from 1999 to 2018, plus the one from 1994 that started it all.
The season opener includes George Balanchine's "Serenade" and Maurice Ravel's "Bolero"