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Gorgeous to behold, and as old-fashioned as they come, The King and I dances into the Kennedy Center
Troupe of drag illusionists to perform Thursday, July 27, at 6 p.m. on the free Millennium Stage.
Roundabout's Cabaret sizzles with sexuality, though it lacks a truly galvanizing Emcee or Sally Bowles
They’re now one of the most successful French-language musical groups in the states
Nicholas Rodriguez on nontraditional casting, becoming an LGBTQ role model, and the joy of Sondheim
Euan Morton is no stranger to taking on oversized leading roles, and now his son seems poised to follow in his footsteps
An irreverent, mocking look at America, from the red states to the blue states to our orange head of state
The most Oscar-nominated man alive and the composer you think of when you think of film scores is the focus of a National Symphony Orchestra...
Euan Morton makes an entertaining Hedwig, but you can't say the same for the touring production
DC Jazz Festival presents over 125 performances at venues around town
The Kennedy Center celebrates the legacy of its namesake
A 22-piece orchestra performs the trendsetting act's experimental music
WNO's "Madame Butterfly" blends beautiful opera with an overwhelming art concept
Steven Reineke leads the National Symphony Orchestra
Legendary performer discusses her career and arts in America