The House of Garçon is celebrating 15 years with a massive, day-into-night ballroom competition at Echostage
For its 32nd anniversary, DC Black Pride creates a space for the Black LGBTQ community to convene, celebrate, and commemorate.
The Kennedy Center's BGR!FEST celebrates Black women's creative contributions to the world this weekend.
Gov. Ronald DeSantis is offering a master class in White Nationalism.
Howard U plays host to this year's Dance Institute of Washington show, organized around the theme "Celebrating Life and Harmony."
Sampson McCormick revels in his summer renaissance with two films and a standup run at D.C.'s The Comedy Loft.
A stirring biography embedded in a staid musical, Arena's "American Prophet" brings the fire of Frederick Douglass.
Reframing The Narrative is a week-long dance programming series that celebrates Black dance companies and their artists.
Eric Thomas does Charm City proud with 'Crying on Television,' a hilarious new play at Everyman Theatre.
Now in its 30th year, the DC Black Pride LGBTQ+ Theater Showcase is treasure trove of short plays, all written by the gifted Alan Sharpe.
Melanie Willingham-Jaggers is taking the reins of LGBTQ advocacy organization GLSEN in the midst of rising bigotry in schools nationwide.
The 2021 Annual DC Black Pride Showcase kicks off May 30 with five short plays, adding more throughout the week
Jonathan Capehart, the host of MSNBC's The Sunday Show, gets candid about his life and views as a journalist.
McCormick's film explores specific nuances of dating and relationships in the Black gay community
Kierra Johnson, incoming executive director of the National LGBTQ Task Force, brings a wealth of social justice experience to the role.