On March 18 and 19, three chamber music concerts will take audiences on a journey from the depths of human despair to lofty joy.
Understudying Peter Marks at Mosaic Theater's season-reveal party, Ramona Harper asked the new artistic director new questions.
They began a merry band that became Her Majesty & Sons, opened in August at the DC War Memorial, and now does 'Richard II' in a church.
In ten new commissioned works, musicians dialogue with visual art.
Concerts by the locally-based American Pops Orchestra are appealing to audiences across the nation. Here's why.
To preview the three-night comedy event, DCMTA chats with DC natives Brittany Carney and Jenny Questell.
The film is a stunning documentary about a young Black man who triumphed as Tybalt on stage and was shot point-blank on his way home.
Interviews with Stephen Dest, director of the documentary, and Jeremy Goldman of Silhouette Stages, which is hosting a screening on March 12.
For Kennedy Center's 50th anniversary, the Washington National Opera takes on monumentalism.
The former AD of Adventure Theatre talks about what he learned on his way to becoming the highest-ranking arts and culture official in Massachusetts.
‘It’s a thrill ride to be able to play her, and to be able to talk about her like this.’
As local laws no longer require masks and proof of vaccination, what will happen to the policies that have protected audiences and performers?
The director points to the role of antisemitism in the whitewashing of 'The Diary of Anne Frank.'
For GALA Hispanic Theatre, her 'DC home,' she has scripted a new play based on a 'thorny and resonant' Puerto Rican novel.
You cannot watch his performance in this shocking role without feeling agitated and aghast — and he was willing to talk about it.
Coming soon from Perisphere Theater: Tanya Barfield's play with songs traces the effects of American racism on a Black family from 1851 to 1995.
¡Pa’lante! An inspiring conversation about resilience with Executive Director Rebecca Medrano and Actor Ernesto Concepción.
Shaped by memory and imagination, the autobiographical play by the award-winning writer and performer premieres February 2 at Mosaic.
Capping his distinguished decades-long theatrical career as a director and actor in the Washington area, he plays his last role on February 6, as Samuel Beckett.
His name is on a new theater award for high schoolers, and he'll be featured Friday on PBS.