From the instant J. Harrison Ghee donned a pair of heels, he knew he'd found his calling. Now he's starring in Kinky Boots, one of...
The Kennedy Center kicks off its comedy festival by honoring one of the craft's greatest -- and funniest -- legends
"Siegfried" and "Twilight of the Gods" offer visual, emotional and moral potency -- and a fist in the air for their female characters
As the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington turns 35, its members reflect on a life well sung
The Washington Ballet presents works inspired by Freddie Mercury and David Bowie
As head of The Washington Opera, Francesca Zambello strives to make the artform as accessible and relevant as possible. Including Wagner's Ring Cycle.
Ballet, contemporary and ethnic dance performances in Washington, D.C, Maryland and Virginia
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Departing executive director will take over in the same role at the prestigious Washington Chorus.
Dash your high hopes for "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder" and you may have a chance at enjoying it
Broadway composer Steven Lutvak's life is taking flight along with his career
Matilda the Musical feels like bad day at the circus
Bright Star: Carmen Cusack and Paul Alexander Nolan – Photo: Joan Marcus Bright Star is a feel-good musical through and through. It’s also a love...
Walter Bobbie on the evolution of "Bright Star," a powerful, new American musical
“We’re hoping for maybe Sufjan Stevens or Jim James,” says Sofia von Trapp about potential EP producers. “You know, shoot for the stars. Why not...