Richard Nelson's slice-of-life plays The Gabriels Trilogy are inspired by American politics
Dance spectacle performed by the China National Opera & Dance Drama Theater
Vosk stars as Elphaba -- the Wicked Witch of the West -- in the national touring production of Wicked
An unfussy, unpretentious, minimalist approach, Fiasco's Into The Woods is a journey well-worth taking
One week after being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Supreme diva takes to the Kennedy Center Concert Hall. The National Symphony, led by...
Thomas Jay Ryan feels Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge speaks to the fear of “the other”
The Daughter of the Regiment offers much-needed respite from tumultuous times
Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo shake up classical music with comedy
Mason Bates kicks off the KC Jukebox season with a classical rave at the Kennedy Center
Julie Kent will toast The Washington Ballet's legacy and future this Friday at the Kennedy Center
Rocking no boats, WNO's "The Marriage of Figaro" is all about the music, the voices and the traditional
ACT is one of many theater companies showcasing LGBT plays at the KenCen's Page-to-Stage Festival
Why Phantom of the Opera's Chris Mann is pissed at the Washington Post
With House of Cards In Concert, Jeff Beal hopes to lure the Netflix crowd to the symphony
On coming out: "I hid it for so long, it just got tiring"