The director tapped his experiences for a comedy starring Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd as a gay couple who inherit a son
We asked the Broadway icon about Good Fight, Beauty and the Beast, and her thoughts on the state of America
Antoni, Bobby, Jonathan, Karamo, and Tan talk diversity, making over Trump, and how they've handled the show's massive success
Camelot tells the story of the ill-fated love triangle between King Arthur, his queen, Guenevere, and his first knight, Lancelot
Michael Urie likens playing Bud Frump to "a big bowl of ice cream"
The "Call Me By Your Name" and "Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda" authors will discuss their novels at the Library of Congress
The director's "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" is steeped in a punk motif
The latest Star Wars boasts messy action, a dozeworthy plot, and a leading man with all the charisma of a nerfherder
Roots rocker Paul Thorn got bit by the gospel bug and is on a mission to spread the musical joy
The Empire star gives a fiery interview on the state of the nation ahead of his D.C. show
The noted Broadway director -- and one time Bethesda native -- somehow makes Chekhov's work feel even more modern
Ahead of two D.C. tour dates, David Byrne is finding "reasons to be cheerful" in an increasingly somber, cheerless world
Bernhard is bringing her "Sandemonium" tour to City Winery
Metro Weekly is still here, we're still queer, and we're not stopping any time soon
Killed off in "Orange Is the New Black," Samira Wiley wondered if she'd ever work again. The dystopia of "The Handmaid's Tale" proved otherwise --...