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An old-fashioned charmer enhanced by an artistic eye, the WNO's Faust gives the Devil his due
The Washington National Opera's lovely, affecting "Eugene Onegin" offers a rare Russian treat
Artistic Director Julie Kent promises 'charm, theatricality, and a nice, modern tempo'
Cabaret artist and outspoken vegetarian appears for Renée Fleming VOICES
The Alvin Ailey company graces a familiar stage with the D.C. premiere of Rennie Harris' "Lazarus"
Showcasing the monk's 17-year journey, the show represents an extraordinary achievement in multitasking
The Kennedy Center stages a revival of Bourne's acclaimed 1997 production
The new touring production features a breathtaking helicopter set-piece during the fall of Saigon
The Kennedy Center's zany slapstick comedy has earned Olivier and Tony Awards
BUDDIES The first American film to focus on the AIDS pandemic (preceding both the TV movie An Early Frost and Longtime Companion), Arthur J. Bressan Jr.’s 1985 drama...
Jobrani also puts his commitment to LGBTQ rights in his act
"Anastasia" is an overly cute adaptation of a Russian legend
Live theater, plays and musicals in D.C., Maryland and Virginia
Composer Gregory Spears ambles into Thoreau territory with his latest song-cycle commission
"The Color Purple" offers a beautifully sung but static staging of a beloved story