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Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week!
Blessed with a thrilling cast, Olney's fresh, powerhouse staging of "Cabaret" feels more relevant than ever
Calhoon brings his quirky, musical-comedy showcase Brian Calhoon's Marimba Cabaret to DC Arts Center
The GMCW season kicks off with a cabaret focused on duets.
A tribute to two of the most iconic divas in the gay pantheon, Judy Garland and Bette Midler
The current tour of the iconic musical has kink to spare and reinstates a vital narrative cut from the movie
Roundabout's Cabaret sizzles with sexuality, though it lacks a truly galvanizing Emcee or Sally Bowles
Roz White also channels Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Alberta Hunter, and Abbey Lincoln in her new Signature cabaret
Broadway legend. TV star. LGBTQ rights supporter. Animal activist. Bernadette Peters has always lived by her own code of passion and compassion.
Popular Jewish film festival kicks off this weekend
Alan Cumming brings his "Sappy Songs" to the Kennedy Center on April 29
Butler will sing sexy, edgy songs by Nina Simone, Etta James, Aretha Franklin, and others
German cabaret artist has made honoring Jewish composers a central focus of her work
Through her critically-acclaimed cabaret show, Rumer Willis wants to show people who she really is
Joel Grey and Alan Cumming have a surprising amount in common.