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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.

Spring Arts Preview: Performance

Noteworthy theater, music and dance happenings in D.C. this spring, assembled by Georgetowner performing arts writer Gary Tischler and cultural editor Richard Selden.

Spring Arts Preview: Visual Arts

Here are some of the D.C. art museum exhibitions that Georgetown visual arts writer Ari Post is most looking forward to this spring.

Zoe Caldwell, Who Played Medea and Callas, Has Died

Caldwell was one of those actresses uniquely suited for the stage, the kind of actress that could overpower a part and disappear in it.

The Washington Ballet’s ‘Balanchine + Ashton’

From Feb. 19 to 23, the Washington Ballet will present two works by George Balanchine and two by Frederick Ashton in the Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater.

‘Silent Sky’ at Ford’s Theatre

Running through Feb. 23, the play, about pioneering woman astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, is about something much simpler: the timeless struggle between career and family.

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ATLAS INTERSECTIONS FESTIVAL The 11th annual Intersections Festival, which “presents work that impacts our society, culture, and world,” will run from Feb. 19 to March...

A Long Night at the Oscars

The 92nd Academy Awards show, on Feb. 9, spread itself like a big pillow on a small bed, but it had its moments.