Natalie Portman stars in the latest film from the director of “Ex Machina.”
As The Cars prepare to enter the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in April, songwriter Ric Ocasek brings his abstract art exhibit to Montgomery Mall and Tysons Galleria this weekend.
WTOP goes behind the scenes with the National Philharmonic and the grandson of the original Porgy, who was a Howard University professor.
Tap-dance master Savion Glover kicks off his national tour “All FuNKD Up” at National Theatre.
Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan explains why he felt compelled to write a sequel to his Tony-winning, Lyndon B. Johnson play “All the Way.”
Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther” is a groundbreaking superhero flick unlike any other we’ve seen.
Suspense novelist Mary Higgins Clark dishes on her new book, “Every Breath You Take,” and the secrets to her prolific career.
Ready to say, “You had me at hello?” WTOP’s Jason Fraley counts down Valentine’s staples.
Corey Cott and Solea Pfeiffer lead a Broadway salute to “West Side Story” at the Kennedy Center.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Washington Ballet presents “Romeo & Juliet” at the Kennedy Center.
Ana and Christian return for the third and final chapter of E.L. James’ erotic franchise “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
2018 MOVIE GUIDE 4 STARS “The Post” – Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks publish the Pentagon Papers in Spielberg drama 3 1/2 STARS “I, Tonya” – Margot Robbie transforms into Tonya Harding; Allison Janney is…
Robbie Schaefer, who founded the band Eddie from Ohio, shifts to a different stage in the new musical “Light Years” at Signature Theatre.
Husband and wife actors Rob McClure and Maggie Lakis break down what makes this show hilarious for those who love — and hate — musicals.
WASHINGTON — The Helen Hayes nominees were announced on Monday night. The ultimate winners will be announced at the annual award ceremony on May 14. Here’s the full list of nominees (“Hayes” for Equity casts, “Helen”…