From faith to Ford's Theatre to Vulcans, the month is full of the holy and hallowed.
There is an abundance of great shows and musicals presently filling D.C.'s stages as the second half of the season kicks into high gear.
As rock and roll pioneer Sister Rosetta Tharpe in Shout Sister Shout, Carrie Compere takes Ford's Theatre to church.
The month of February kicks off with a free, three-day public festival of play readings at Ford's Theatre.
The theater season in Washington, D.C. returns to robust pre-pandemic levels with an astounding array of dramas, comedies, and musicals.
The influence of African Americans on Abraham Lincoln and his presidency as well as the experiences of women in general during the Civil War are...
Working in harmony, a talented cast uplifts and inspires in the World Premiere musical "Grace" at Ford's Theatre.
Ford’s Theatre has restarted its 2021-2022 season with what the organization bills as “an electrifying musical celebrating the perseverance of family and the power of...
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Apple TV+ is also premiering a special recorded performance of the emotional hit musical
A timely stream of the one-act play about events surrounding Lincoln's assassination
Ford's maintains a Christmas tradition, the Kennedy Center gets digital, and GALA keeps dancing.
From a same-sex 'Romeo and Juliet' to Tom Goss' 'Nerdy Bear,' here's our handpicked recommendations for your week
A vibrant Holly Twyford and compelling subject matter help to enliven the mildly pleasing "Silent Sky"
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week