Diane Coburn Bruning, founder and artistic director of Chamber Dance Project, carried out some basic choreography on three volunteers at Georgetown Media Group's April 5 Cultural Leadership Breakfast.
What makes a play a classic? Most often, it’s about a quality of endurance, a kind of built-in modernity no matter what you do with the...
On Easter Sunday, April 1, the audience yelled when John Legend as Jesus himself showed off his upper range, when a roaring trio of guitars did their thing, when Brandon Victor Dixon as Judas blasted the title song out into Brooklyn and beyond.
On Saturday, go fly a kite on the grounds of the Washington Monument, then take a full moon/blue moon walk to see the other monuments and memorials — and, with any luck, some cherry blossoms.
On Saturday, March 24, they all came together — 800,000, 500,000 or 250,000 strong, depending on the reports you believe — for the March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C.
Nanna Ingvarsson stars in Robert McNamara's production of three short plays by Samuel Beckett — “Footfalls,” “Not I” and the wrenching “Rockaby” — at the Atlas Performing Arts Center through April 8.
The National Cherry Blossom Festival's opening ceremony is Sunday. Also this weekend: more cherry blossom doings, the tail end of the Environmental Film Festival and two cultural spectacles at the Kennedy Center.
In Boston — where “Shear Madness” is the longest running play in American history — Mrs. Shubert lives in Beacon Hill. Here in Washington,...
In Verdi's “Don Carlo,” which runs through March 17 at the Kennedy Center, Barton holds her own with a high-powered cast and high-profile characters.
The founder and artistic director of Chamber Dance Project will speak April 5 at Georgetown Media Group's next Cultural Leadership Breakfast at the George Town Club. RSVP to email@example.com.