Scott G. Brooks, who creates wild, wondrous masterpieces, finds humanity and heart in his new show, "Common People."
Two critics are better than one to break down the films behind the summer's buzziest box office craze, "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer."
Alicia Roth Weigel, of the documentary "Every Body," is working to put the intersex community front and center
Jake Wesley Rogers pushes forward proudly, bringing his unique sound to this year's Out & About Festival and beyond.
From NPR to a new memoir to a boisterous cabaret with friend Alan Cumming, Ari Shapiro's life is comprised of multitudes.
Somewhere between Paris and London, British Airways lost Alan Cumming’s luggage, and, now waylaid in an airport hotel, the award-winning actor-writer-singer-producer is stuck. “I’m doing...
Beloved by fans as "Lesbian Jesus," Hayley Kiyoko comes to Sunday's Capital Pride Concert to spread hope, love, and heartfelt affirmation.
With "Hurricane Diane," playwright Madeleine George tackles gods, lesbian seduction, and the urgency of climate change.
"Pose" star Ryan Jamaal Swain takes on the toughest role of his young career in Mosaic's harrowing and hilarious "One in Two."
Shania Twain, the Queen of Country Pop, on her latest album, going back on tour, and why she stands up for drag queens.
Chris Kelly, co-creator of HBO Max's hit comedy 'The Other Two,' on how the series is achieving LGBTQ reality through surreal means.
The ex-Savage Garden frontman, on his return to music, mental health, and the importance of being out.
Designer and performer Machine Dazzle shares his singular vision for life, art, and adorning the gods in Opera Lafayette's 'Io.'
The legendary Kevin Aviance makes a triumphant return to D.C. at the Project GLOW Festival's Secret Garden.
Emerson Mancini's life changed for the better when the Grammy-winning Mastering Engineer came out as a trans man.