Princess Aurora pricks her hand on a spindle and enters a deep sleep in The Washington Ballet’s production of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty” at the Kennedy Center.
We all know the enchanting story of Peter Pan, but how did that story actually come to be? The answer arrives this week as “Finding Neverland” sprinkles pixie dust on National Theatre from Tuesday to Sunday.
It’s just days until the 2019 Oscars, and it’s the perfect time to put WTOP Entertainment Editor Jason Fraley to the trivia test. Watch the video.
Which movies should win, could win and will win Sunday at the Oscars? WTOP film critic Jason Fraley makes his predictions.
The right movie doesn’t always win. WTOP film critic Jason Fraley sets the record straight.
Rebel Wilson plays a cynical New Yorker who hits her head and wakes up in a PG-13 world of romantic comedy cliches.
The Academy’s decision to scrap the broadcast of four categories is just the latest shift in a tumultuous journey for this year’s Oscars.
Ford’s Theatre revives the 1954 teleplay that became a hit 1957 movie about 12 jurors deliberating a murder case. See it now through Feb. 17.
WTOP film critic Jason Fraley said the Lego gimmick is starting to wear thin in the fourth installment.
Nas and Kacey Musgraves are just some of the artists performing this summer at the rustic Virginia venue. See who else is in Wolf Trap’s summer lineup.
Signature Theatre’s newest show celebrates the jazz music of Fats Waller and will make you “feel like you’re in a 1930s nightclub.”
How did an ex-KGB agent become Russian president? The answer lies in this world premiere play at Arena Stage.
Polish filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski delivers his Oscar-nominated follow-up to his Oscar-winning “Ida.”
DEA agents Steve Murphy and Javier Pena visit Lincoln Theatre to share the true story of hunting Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
WTOP’s Jason Fraley ranks every Super Bowl Halftime Show from worst to best.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.