The upcoming seasons of 30 professional theater companies, big and small, in the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia region.
We split this year's Fall Arts Preview into two volumes because there are just too many things happening in D.C. to be contained in just...
Us Helping Us is celebrating the end of summer this Saturday with an LGBTQ blowout at Virginia's Kings Dominion.
Max Clarke taps into a warm, nostalgic sound from the '50s and '60s to produce music that is both indelible and unforgettable.
For thirty years, Iris DeMent has used her musical platform to work on making the world a better place for the next generation.
The Washington area's most cherished singer-songwriter, Mary Chapin Carpenter returns to Wolf Trap, a venue that forever holds her heart.
Our annual celebration of The DC Center's OutWrite Literary Festival, featuring works from its LGBTQ writers and poets.
Alicia Roth Weigel, of the documentary "Every Body," is working to put the intersex community front and center
Lucius prepares to dazzle Wolf Trap's Out & About crowds with bold, beautiful melodies and a unique vocal shimmer.
'The Flash' is lighter on its feet than most of DC’s recent superhero movies, serving up a solid encore from Michael Keaton.
Beloved by fans as "Lesbian Jesus," Hayley Kiyoko comes to Sunday's Capital Pride Concert to spread hope, love, and heartfelt affirmation.
Awesome Con returns to D.C. next weekend with its biggest celebration of comics, pop culture, celebrities, and cosplay yet.
With "Hurricane Diane," playwright Madeleine George tackles gods, lesbian seduction, and the urgency of climate change.
Chris Kelly, co-creator of HBO Max's hit comedy 'The Other Two,' on how the series is achieving LGBTQ reality through surreal means.
Michael Urie returns to the Kennedy Center in the insanely funny 'Monty Python's Spamalot,' as the Brave Sir Robin.