"Twelfth Night," "Hooded, Or Being Black for Dummies" and "Fun Home" among other winners
The cast keeps it fun, although not enough develops in "La Foto: A Selfie Affair"
Spain's legendary Francisco Hidalgo returns to Gala's Flamenco festival with a U.S. Premiere
Stories from the perspective of non-Spaniards who chose flamenco as their life's passion
GALA Hispanic Theatre's Don Juan Tenorio seduces, but doesn't fully satisfy
Luis Salgado takes charge of GALA's revolutionary Spanish language version of In the Heights
If President Trump dramatically cuts funding to the NEA, what impact would that have on the arts in America?
Mexican actress Julieta Egurrola is only scared of one thing in D.C. -- and it's not Trump
Timeless tale is presented with song, dance and storytelling
Every few years, José Carrasquillo revisits D.C. to remind us why our theater scene is, in fact, magical
Spain to honor D.C.-based dancer and choreographer
Edwin Aparicio showcases male dancers in GALA's Fuego Flamenco Festival
Edwin Aparicio's Fuego Flamenco Festival celebrates 10 years at GALA
''I don't do realism well, but I do magic realism very well,'' theater director Jose Carrasquillo says, by way of touting his latest show, The...
On the surface you might not expect a collaboration between the InSeries's Carla Hubner -- originally from Chile -- and the Washington Ballet's Septime Webre...