The season opener includes George Balanchine's "Serenade" and Maurice Ravel's "Bolero"
Fairchild will get a chance to show off her pipes at APO's season opening concert this Saturday
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Composer Gregory Spears ambles into Thoreau territory with his latest song-cycle commission
Designer Sarah Cubbage on the goth punk vibes of Rep Stage's new production
The Folger Theatre unearths a rarely-performed 17th Century adaptation of one of Shakespeare's fundamental tragedies
Glenn Close and Christian Slater on "The Wife," as well as the controversy surrounding Hollywood and the transgender community
The annual event gives theater fans top dollar productions for free
Carpenter's tour follows her latest album "Sometimes Just the Sky"
As American Utopia heads to Merriweather, Annie-B Parson and Chris Giarmo reflect on the once-in-a-lifetime concert
Political finance corruption is inevitable, says filmmaker Kimberly Reed, but there is hope for reform
Selections from our Pitchers DC Scene on Friday, July 6, 2018
"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" is the kind of dreadful excursion that gives all movie musicals a bad name.
Grammy-winner Shelby Lynne has a lot to say on many topics. Just don't inquire too much about her personal life.
Classic horror film screens as part of AFI's celebration of monster movies of yore