Captivating Melodies of Chamber Music Meet the Sultry Rhythms of Tango

May 30, 2024

By Sophia Hall The sound of music resonated within the echoing walls of Dupont Circle’s underground heart on May 29. The Chamber Dance Project hosted an evening of musical performance […]

Social Scene: The Phillips Collection Annual Gala

The Phillips Collection’s Annual Gala “Looking Forward, Forward Looking” celebrated the museum’s commitment to the areas of community engagement, cultural diplomacy, education, and modern and contemporary art. This year’s theme […]

Mozart Miniaturized: Dazzling ‘Matchbox Magic Flute’

By Sophia Hall When patrons step inside Shakespeare Theater Company’s Klein Theater, they are immediately transported to a grandiose opera hall in late-18th century Austria. Faux private boxes sit onstage […]

Pride 2024 Events in D.C.

The Capital Pride Alliance is kicking off Pride 2024 with lots of events, including the annual Parade, Pride on the Pier, Pride Concert, and more. Capital Pride Honors Friday, May […]

Weekend Roundup, May 30-June 2

May 29, 2024

A short week ends, leading into another weekend. There are lots of options for things to do, including kicking off Pride Month, the Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel, […]

2024 Helen Hayes Awards Recap

May 28, 2024

The 40th Annual Helen Hayes Awards took place at The Anthem earlier this month. The celebration of all things theater in D.C. honored productions including “Fela!” which won five awards […]

Weekend Roundup: May 23 through May 27

May 23, 2024

It’s a holiday weekend, and while we kick off summer 2024, don’t forget to honor those in our military for their sacrifices. Happy Memorial Day weekend to all! Check out […]

Georgetown Village Honors Sachiko Kuno

The Georgetown Village Spring Gala on May 16 honored Dr. Sachiko Kuno — founder of S&R Evermay and also “a committed scientist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur” — for her vital support […]

Onstage, Georgetown: June’s Cool Entertainments

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). […]

‘Bonnard’s Worlds’ at the Phillips

One of the most captivating art museum experiences in Washington, D.C., a city with many, is the Phillips Collection’s Rothko Room. In this small gallery, seated on a bench in […]