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This Summer’s Free For All: ‘Othello’

“Othello” is coming, Aug. 15-27, to Sidney Harman Hall in a Shakespeare Theatre Company Free For All production. Before we get to that, let’s discuss. In theater,...

The Changing Kennedy Center Honors

Under President Deborah Rutter, the Kennedy Center has taken a lively interest in newer forms of popular music.

Speaking of Walls: Roger Waters’s Anti-Trump Show in D.C.

Armed with music by Pink Floyd, the British rock band he cofounded in 1965, guitarist and lead singer Roger Waters brought a powerful and...

Behind the ‘Cabaret’ Curtain with a Kit Kat Girl

Our performing arts writer chats with Lori Eure, a Kit Kat Girl in the touring production of "Cabaret," at the Kennedy Center through Aug. 6.

Woolly’s Founder: On the Brink of Second Act

Back in early June, the announcement came that Howard Shalwitz would be stepping down as artistic director of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, which has...

RISING TIDES How the Wharf Is Set to Redefine D.C.

Phase 1 of the Wharf, the multibillion-dollar project springing up from the Southwest waterfront, is set to open Oct. 12. PN Hoffman’s Monty Hoffman...

Live in the Moment at Capital Fringe

If you’re remotely concerned with or a part of the performing arts community — artist, donor, audience member, performer, board member — in Washington,...

‘Hedwig’ Comes to Washington

The Kennedy Center’s musical summer or summer of musicals seems at once familiar — four smash musical hits — and a little dissonant. The dissonance...

Last Chance: RSVP for This Thursday’s Breakfast

Angel Gil-Ordóñez, music director of PostClassical Ensemble, which he cofounded with Joseph Horowitz in 2003, will be the next presenter in Georgetown Media Group’s...

Jazz Fest

B ack in 2004, there was no such thing as a DC Jazz Festival, which, when you think of the rich jazz history of this...
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