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Short founded his own dance company to share a world of history and hard-won wisdom with his dancers and students
Duncan Sheik's Tony-winning "Spring Awakening" finds relevance in the burgeoning sexuality of teenagers
State Senator Mary Washington is offering Baltimore a break from politics-as-usual
The star and creative force behind Freeform's heartfelt comedy Everything's Gonna Be Okay has his own way of looking at the world
Filled with camaraderie and high spirits, Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend 2020 was bigger and better than ever
At MAL, cosplayers and comic book fans assemble for an erotically charged meetup of masks, muscles, and spandex
Eight years ago, Russwin Francisco was faced with reinventing a legendary D.C. leather store. In the process, he created a new, lasting icon: Bite the...
Nelson is positioning the forward-thinking company as a model for the future of opera
In unsettled times, progress for the LGBTQ community is often measured by a string of triumphs and pitfalls. Such was the story of 2019.
An assortment of some of our favorite Scene photographs from 2019, taken at various D.C. bars, venues, and community events
With "Peter Pan and Wendy," Alan Paul helps to reshape a treasured classic and reimagines it for a new generation
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The MacArthur Genius grantee brings an extra-spicy Christmas pageant to the Kennedy Center
The gay Pennsylvania state rep. is passionate, outspoken, and unwilling to censor himself
After 40 years of performing stand-up, Paula Poundstone has decided that nothing heals the soul quite like laughter