With Madame X, the Queen of Pop delivers her most bizarre, challenging work yet
Michael Kahn's curtain call at The Shakespeare Theatre Company is the breathtaking, deeply satisfying "The Oresteia"
Pink plays to her strengths on "Hurts 2B Human," but ends up treading some all-too-familiar ground.
Maclean's debut album is a superb collection of sad, gay tunes done right
Tim Burton turns the familiar Disney fantasy into a moving family drama that's not as fun as it should be
Jordan Peele's Us may deliver the scares on a bloody platter, but it amounts to so much more than a simple horror film
Captain Marvel starts off unsteady, but finds its footing by the end and delivers spectacularly.
M. Night Shyamalan mashes up two seemingly unrelated films into one nutty sequel with Glass.
All three cases raise question of whether LGBTQ people are protected by the Civil Rights Act
Studio Theatre’s dark comedy Kings spins its own credible version of down-and-dirty politics.
Shakespeare Theatre's "An Inspector Calls" is visually stunning, but loses details in its to-the-rafters delivery
Sexual tension permeates the true-crime tale of Argentina's most notorious serial killer in "El Angel"
A heist thriller with gravitas, Widows is overstuffed but still satisfying
“King John” may not be one of Shakespeare's greats, but Folger Theatre makes it a must-see
A pair of former buskers bring expansive electronic elements into their small-hours indie folk sound