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Ford's maintains a Christmas tradition, the Kennedy Center gets digital, and GALA keeps dancing.
GALA Hispanic is the first D.C. theater to resume live, in-person performances since COVID lockdown
An obsessed widow clings to her dead husband's memory, and a handsome transplant recipient, in "Exquisite Agony"
Pulitzer-winning playwright Nilo Cruz takes the reins to direct GALA's production of his drama "Exquisite Agony"
GALA's Fame the Musical remembers the name of the game but makes scant magic
GALA Hispanic Theatre presents the world premiere of a play it commissioned from Irma Correa, one of Spain’s rising young playwrights, who takes on the...
A harmonious pair produce a touching duet in Theater J's lovely production of "Talley's Folly"
Every film at this year's Reel Affirmations reviewed!
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
GALA's "Como Agua para Chocolate" lacks a few key ingredients, while REP's "Sweeney Todd" needed a little longer in the oven
"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