Onstage, Georgetown: June’s Cool Entertainments

May 23, 2024

By Mark Edelman Now that summer’s almost here, why not enjoy these plays and musicals in air-conditioned comfort (except for Wolf Trap, of course, which offers its own natural pleasures). […]

Onstage, Georgetown: Getting Hot for Plays, Musicals

April 24, 2024

By Mark Edelman Summer is on its way. Before it gets too hot in Washington, buy your tickets (and air-conditioned comfort) to these plays and musicals around town. AMM(I)GONE    […]

The Georgetowner’s Spring 2024 Theater Guide 

April 10, 2024

 ONGOING …  At Arena Stage, Trip Cullman directs “Unknown Soldier,” the last musical by “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” composer Michael Friedman, with lyrics by Friedman and Daniel Goldstein, who wrote […]

Weekend Roundup: Feb. 29 – March 3

February 28, 2024

March, as it always does, will come in like a lion with lots of things to do. Enjoy a kickoff to Women’s History Month at the National Gallery of Art, […]

Weekend Roundup: February 15-19

February 15, 2024

Happy weekend! There’s lots to check out around town, including a book talk with renowned designer B. Michael, free admission at Mount Vernon (Monday is Presidents Day after all!), and […]

10 Arts Institutions, and Great Wedding Venues 


When we set out to marry (please excuse the pun) our weddings and spring arts preview issues, we knew we had to include a roundup of great art institutions in […]

Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company Marks 30th Season

December 14, 2023

The dancers, designers and founding choreographer of Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company (DTSBDC) were met with a standing ovation by a sold-out crowd at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater, […]

The Georgetowner’s 2023 Holiday Theater Guide

November 8, 2023

LAST CHANCE THIS MONTH …   You can put on the Ritz with Dr. Frankenstein (“It’s pronounced Franken-STEEN!”) and his monster, but not for long. The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production […]

Fall Performing Arts Preview

September 13, 2023

DANCE   Partnering with Dupont Underground, The Washington Ballet will pop down for four pop-up performances (Sept. 28, 29 and 30). TWB’s main fall event, “Such Sweet Thunder: An Evening Inspired […]

Remembering Tony Bennett (1926-2023)

July 24, 2023

Tony Bennett was singing until the very end. The legendary singer was crooning his first number one hit, “Because of You,” at his piano just days before his death on […]