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A lively spectacle with more high adventure than heart, Aladdin is big, occasionally bland, but never boring
Tituss Burgess drops into the Kennedy Center with a fresh concert program and some fabulous friends
A sparkling ensemble and score cast a sublimely wistful spell in "The Band's Visit," now at the Kennedy Center
Though well-acted, Evan Linder's "Byhalia, Mississippi" starts with a ton of promise, but stumbles on the landing
Conductor Steven Reineke leads three artists through their takes on Garland's legacy at the Kennedy Center
The How to Get Away with Murder star shines in the masterfully-written drama at the Kennedy Center
A fine "Falsettos" makes itself at home -- but only for a brief run -- at the Kennedy Center
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week!
Stage legend Betty Buckley delivers a tender matchmaker in a lush but logy "Hello, Dolly!"
Goldie Patrick revives Herstory to represent the next hip-hop generation
Nick Adams has starred on Broadway in La Cage and Priscilla, but playing Whizzer at the Kennedy Center marks a personal career high
DTH presents a showcase of its diverse repertoire at the Kennedy Center
WNO’s Tosca delivers its heroine and famous arias with atmosphere and intimacy.
Director Ethan McSweeny wants to make it "as immediate and exciting as possible"
Mapplethorpe's work is explored through sights and sounds in an original piece by Bryce Dessner and Korde Tuttle