Dante's Code: Dan Brown returns to Europe for 'Inferno'
Chiffon, sequins and jewels abound _ in the audience, that is _ at festive spring ballet gala
Comedian Colin Quinn returns with a show about US Constitution and an imperfect union
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.
In the areas of D.C. that experience 40-50 percent of homelessness and poverty, one local organization is making sure art is accessible to underprivileged youth.
Flags are the centerpiece of "Gettysburg: They walked through blood," which just opened and runs through September.
Washington loves nothing more than a story involving politicians and a carefully-guarded secret. Throw in some unresolved family conflict and Reaganite references, and voila -- a true D.C. classic.
Review: Tension and surprises abound in Bob Glaudini's play 'A Family for All Occasions'
Pat Conroy memoir about his father, 'The Death of Santini,' coming out in October
Laura Benanti gets into the cabaret mood with a quirky stand at 54 Below nightclub