Jennifer Lawrence plays a ballerina turned Russian spy in the erotic espionage thriller “Red Sparrow.”
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The national tour hits D.C. for a 14-week run from June 12 through Sept. 16.
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The 64th annual Hexagon variety show delivers a month of political comedy with “Tweet Land of Liberty.”
David Krakauer and The 35mm Orchestra take audiences on a journey through Jewish-themed movie history at George Mason University.
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.
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