The Disney umbrella magically unfurls once more for “Mary Poppins Returns,” a wonderfully whimsical sequel thanks to a spot-on performance in the “spit-spot” title role and a surprisingly enchanting script of quips: “I was flying my kite and got it caught on a nanny.”
Artistic Director Julie Kent is excited for her company’s 15th year of Tchaikovsky’s iconic holiday production.
The beloved 2003 holiday flick is adapted into “Elf: The Musical,” at the Olney Theatre Center, now through Jan. 6. WTOP catches up with lead actor David Schlumpf.
Debut actress Yalitza Aparicio joins WTOP to dish on Alfonso Cuaron’s new film “Roma.”
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley examines the cultural impact and directing techniques of Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece 25 years later.
As Season 2 arrives on Amazon Prime, here are 10 reasons to watch (if you aren’t already).
The Tony-winning Broadway musical brings its national tour to National Theatre.
Alan Alda joins WTOP to break down his podcast “Clear + Vivid,” featuring fascinating conversations with famous figures to heal the world.
Bedford Falls comes to Downtown Frederick with free screenings of “It’s a Wonderful Life,” followed by the second annual “It’s a Wonderful Walk.”
Molly Smith Metzler (“Shameless,” “Orange is the New Black”) stages her new play “Cry It Out” at Studio Theatre, now through Dec. 16.
After their respective Oscars for “Fences” and “12 Years a Slave,” Viola Davis teams with director Steve McQueen for a stylish heist flick.
Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali mine buddy comedy from the true story friendship of a white blue-collar driver and a black concert pianist.
The director of “Juno” and “Up in the Air” chronicles the sex scandal that derailed the 1988 presidential campaign of Gary Hart.
Melissa Etheridge brings her “Holiday Show” to Alexandria, Virginia, while also promising to play her biggest hits.
“Game of Thrones” fans have been anxiously waiting for the hit fantasy series to return since Season 7 wrapped in the summer of 2017, which feels like an eternity ago.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.