Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet star as a father and son grappling with addiction amid America’s opioid crisis.
After an extensive restoration process, Judy Garland’s iconic Ruby Slippers return on display Friday at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
The sixth annual film festival returns to the picturesque horse and wine country of Middleburg, Virginia. A this year’s event has grown both in numbers and in film quality.
Tim Burton’s cult movie classic just got adapted for the stage with a macabre musical just in time for Halloween.
Garson Kanin’s political screwball comedy debuted on Broadway in 1946. Now, you have just a week left to catch “Born Yesterday” before it wraps at Ford’s Theatre.
Ryan Gosling reunites with “La La Land” director Damien Chazelle to chronicle Neil Armstrong’s journey to the 1969 moon landing.
The Grand Ole Opry honors Charley Pride this weekend in Nashville. WTOP caught up with the country legend to reflect on his iconic career.
The fourth annual Investigative Film Festival returns with 15 movies combining documentary filmmaking with investigative journalism.
The Arlington Players’ present “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” starring deaf actor Alex Bryce.
It’s been remade three other times, but Bradley Cooper’s “A Star is Born” is a sensational Oscar contender.
A roundup of fun events to check out around the D.C. area in October.
What saved baseball after the 1994 strike? In a point-countertpoint, WTOP Entertainment Editor Jason Fraley says it was Cal Ripken’s Iron Man streak.
The Washington National Opera presents “The Barber of Seville” on the Jumbotron at Nationals Park on Saturday.
“TWB Welcomes” launches its 2018-2019 season with a collection of past favorites and new guest dancers from around the world.
The National Philharmonic presents the iconic 1954 film with live orchestral accompaniment conducted by composer Leonard Bernstein’s protégé Piotr Gajewski.