‘In the Land of Men: A Memoir’

AN EDITOR REFLECTS ON HER TIME SPENT AT ESQUIRE — AND IN THRALL TO DAVID FOSTER WALLACE Adrienne Miller does not mince words when she...

Art in the Time of Contagion

Ari Post was at the National Gallery of Art to see “Degas at the Opéra” on Friday, March 13, the last day the gallery was open to the public for the foreseeable future.

‘Celia and Fidel’ at Arena Stage

These are clearly two people who had an epic love story, set on an epically rich historical and political stage, but we only get fragments of their true characters.

PostClassical Charts ‘An Armenian Odyssey’

The 90-minute musical program, on March 4 at Washington National Cathedral, consisted of a single piece, a world-premiere commission by Armenian composer Vache Sharafyan.

Holy Trinity School Celebrates at Sequoia

On Leap Day, Feb. 29, Holy Trinity School supporters returned to Sequoia — the Washington Harbour restaurant with floor-to-ceiling views of the Potomac River...

J’Nai Bridges: New Star of ‘Samson and Delilah’

Remaining performances in the Kennedy Center Opera House are Friday, March 13; Monday, March 16; and Saturday, March 21.

Martin Tolchin’s ‘Politics, Journalism, and the Way Things Were’

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley Journalists will enjoy this memoir, but anyone who’s suffered a setback or come face to face with failure will profit and...

Max von Sydow: Jesus, Knight, Priest, Assassin, Emperor

The passing of the Swedish actor on March 8, at the age of 90, meant that many memorable characters and roles went with him — and in a sense were resurrected.

WNO’s ‘Don Giovanni’ Doesn’t Shy Away From Irony

Just this week, the company released a statement explaining that its apprenticeship program would drop the name Domingo after its namesake was accused of harassment by several women.

National Geographic’s ‘Becoming Jane’

Famed primatologist Jane Goodall will be celebrated in D.C. with a series of public events in conjunction with the immersive museum exhibition.