Artistic Director Julie Kent is excited for her company’s 15th year of Tchaikovsky’s iconic holiday production.
The Washington Ballet’s fall season is in full swing in the nation’s capital, as Shakespeare Theatre Company hosts “Contemporary Masters” this Wednesday to Sunday.
Artistic Director Julie Kent brings masterworks by George Balanchine, Frederick Ashton and Jerome Robbins to the Kennedy Center.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Washington Ballet presents “Romeo & Juliet” at the Kennedy Center.
It just wouldn’t be the holidays in the nation’s capital without The Washington Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” at Warner Theatre.
The Kennedy Center aims for the moon as Julie Kent delivers her first commissioned work as artistic director of The Washington Ballet.
WASHINGTON – Julie Kent is ready for her second act. The longest serving ballerina at New York’s American Ballet Theatre is standing in front of a room of donors, dancers and staff detailing her artistic vision for…
The Washington Ballet’s Septime Webre stages his final Kennedy Center performance by paying tribute to David Bowie and Queen.
To see or not to see? With this version of “Hamlet,” there is no question.
Bethesda native Julie Kent returns from New York to take over as Artistic Director of The Washington Ballet.
WASHINGTON — Don’t be late — for a very important date. The Washington Ballet’s “Alice in Wonderland” comes to the Kennedy Center from May 6-17. “It’s going to be a rollicking ride,” says Septime Webre, Artistic…
Check out the wild costumes of your favorite “Alice in Wonderland” characters.
The Washington Ballet brings back its annual holiday tradition of \’The Nutcracker\’ with all new surprises.
From the moment the music swelled and the curtain rose in the Kennedy Center\’s Eisenhower Theater, Septime Webre\’s adaptation of \”The Sun Also Rises\” charmed its audience.
Amid the fervor surrounding Baz Luhrmann\’s soon-to-be-released film \”The Great Gatsby,\” the Washington Ballet is debuting the next performance in its \”American Experience\” series.
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.