After “The Force Awakens” revived the franchise in 2015, the “Star Wars” saga continues with “Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. ”
Three decades after making its U.S. premiere at the Kennedy Center, “Les Miserables” returns to D.C. at the National Theatre.
Allison Walsh grew up dancing in Bethesda before starring in Broadway’s “An American in Paris,” which now brings her home to the Kennedy Center.
Craig Wallace returns to play Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” at Ford’s Theatre.
It just wouldn’t be the holidays in the nation’s capital without The Washington Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” at Warner Theatre.
Gary Oldman earns Oscar buzz as Winston Churchill in the new World War II drama “Darkest Hour.”
Tony winner Donna McKechnie dishes on her prolific career, from “A Chorus Line” to her latest role in “The Pajama Game” at Arena Stage.
Screen legend Liv Ullmann offers “Private Confessions” as part of the “Bergman 100” centennial now at the Kennedy Center.
The underdog who upset Adam Lambert brings his “Somethin’ About Christmas” tour to the Miracle Theatre on Barracks Row.
Five of the nation’s top artists were honored Sunday night at the Kennedy Center Honors.
A new Netflix documentary chronicles Jim Carrey’s career through the lens of his performance as Andy Kaufman in “Man on the Moon.”
WASHINGTON — Television actor Jim Nabors has died at age 87. Nabors was best known for his role as Gomer Pyle on “The Andy Griffith Show,” playing a simple-minded auto mechanic who was occasionally deputized by…
Which fun events should you attend this month in the D.C. area?
On Friday, Dec. 1, Frederick, Maryland, hosts a free screening of “It’s a Wonderful Life,” followed by a George Bailey-style trek through the streets spreading holiday cheer.
Broadway star Ashley Spencer dishes on “Crazy for You,” which won the Tony for Best Musical in 1992 and now comes to Signature Theatre.