More than 80 percent of teens play video games — and not just at home. The popularity of games is growing in the classroom, and a recent free expo showcased some of the most innovative options.
Fifteen years after its release, the British romantic comedy — which weaves together nine storylines of mixed quality — has apparently become a holiday film that many view annually. But is it a good movie? At Christmas you tell the truth, so WTOP examines the debate.
The Kennedy Center welcomes the U.S. national tour of “Anastasia: The Musical,” which opened on Broadway in 2017.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus has been honored with the Mark Twain Prize for lifetime achievement in comedy.
“TWB Welcomes” launches its 2018-2019 season with a collection of past favorites and new guest dancers from around the world.
Conductor Steven Reineke previews the NSO series by explaining what makes John Williams’ iconic score so masterful.
The Kennedy Center said in a tweet that a performance of “Hamilton” has been added at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13 to accommodate those with tickets to the canceled performance.
Alice Walker’s Pulitzer-winning novel became a Spielberg movie and Broadway hit — and now arrives at the Kennedy Center.
The national arts center also announced Wednesday a special award for the genre-bending musical “Hamilton,” as part of the gala set for Dec. 2.
The Kennedy Center hosts its third annual District of Comedy Festival, including Patton Oswalt and Harry Shearer.
The top-selling comedian brings his signature blue-collar comedy to the most luxurious of venues.
Temptations founder Otis Williams and actor Jeremy Pope break down “Ain’t Too Proud,” which hits the Kennedy Center before heading to Broadway.
After three years of dominating Broadway, D.C. gets its first glimpse of “Hamilton” — and it exceeds all expectations.
“D.C. seems like the sort of town that’s tailor-made for this sort of wonky, nerding out over a former secretary of the Treasury,” said Daniel Piazza, chief curator of stamp collections at the Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum.
Michael Urie and Becki Newton star in the musical comedy “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” this week at the Kennedy Center.
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.