FILM A TALE OF TWO CITIES, MADAME DU BARRY The National Gallery of Art concludes its month-long screening of films interpreting the lavish culture...
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FILM A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Malcolm McDowell is over-the-top magnificent as a Beethoven-loving ringleader of a band of thugs in one of Stanley Kubrick’s most shocking...
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FILM STAGE MUSIC DANCE COMEDY READING & DISCUSSION EXHIBITS FOOD AND DRINK ABOVE & BEYOND FILM 3 GENERATIONS Critics haven’t been kind about Gaby Dellal’s...
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GREAT PERFORMANCES: GYPSY British stage veteran Imelda Staunton, known for her work in films ranging from the Harry Potter franchise to 2014’s gay-themed Pride, had...
More than two decades after Wild Reeds, Andre Techine, one of France’s most celebrated modern filmmakers, offers another lyrical exploration of adolescent sexual awakening in...
Guest curator Joe Lucchesi will lead a free tour through the popular exhibit and a discussion about Romaine Brooks's lasting resonance.
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Led by artistic director Nikolaj HÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¼bbe, the world-renowned Royal Danish Ballet returns to the Kennedy Center for the first time since 2004 to offer new...