Holly Twyford Directs GU Students in ‘Dog Act,’ a Post-Apocalyptic Comedy

November 3, 2022

Four-time Helen Hayes Award-winner Holly Twyford is directing Georgetown University students in the post-apocalyptic comedy ‘Dog Act,’ by Liz Duffy Adams, with performances running nine days only — today through […]

Halloween Weekend Round Up, Oct. 27 -31

October 27, 2022

Boo! Happy Halloween weekend! We have a huge amount of fun and spooky events for families, adults and even your dogs! Enjoy and stay safe. Saturday is Dia de los […]

Washington Ballet’s Artistic Director to Step Down at End of Season

October 21, 2022

The Washington Ballet’s Julie Kent will end her tenure as artistic director at the completion of the 2022-2023 season. She has accepted a new role as co-artistic director of the […]

Weekend Round Up, Oct. 20 – 23

October 20, 2022

Another jam-packed weekend is ahead of us! There’s plenty to do, including a fall harvest festival at Mount Vernon, The Gay Men’s Chorus fetes Judy Garland, the annual Smithsonian Craft2Wear […]

Dynamic Play Brings Da Vinci’s Notebooks to Life 

October 13, 2022

“The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci” is a theatrical treasure chest of selections from more than 5,000 pages of the masterful Italian Renaissance artist’s 15th century notebooks with diagrams, drawings, personal notes […]

Weekend Round Up, Oct. 13 – 16


Another weekend awaits! What will you be doing? There are plenty of activities to choose from, including the Halloween-themed “Dracula” at the Synetic Theater, foodies will be excited for two […]

‘Beyond King Tut’ at National Geographic  

October 12, 2022

The world’s largest archaeological museum is due to open next month a mile from the Egyptian Pyramids — possibly on Nov. 4, the day in 1922 that a 12-year-old water […]

‘Sargent and Spain’ at the National Gallery of Art 


Evidently, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), the American expatriate and demigod of paint, had a kind of love affair with Spain. From 1879 to 1912 — nearly the entire span of […]

At Home: Windows, Transition Between Inside, Outside  

October 11, 2022

Over the last several years, many of us retreated to our spaces and existed largely within the four walls of our homes. The sudden change in our daily routines affected our […]

In-Country: Richmond Getaway Guide

October 6, 2022

For your next getaway weekend, take an under two-hour drive down I-95 to explore a city where centuries of history meet an up-and-coming art and buzzworthy food scene — the […]