A new play by a local playwright shines the spotlight on a notorious figure from D.C.'s past: a 19th-century grave-robber who stole headlines, and for one unforgettable night, stole the show.
Street art in a gallery, revolution at Ford’s, and a DRC documentary.
Aerial photography, Shakespearean tragedy, and autumn love.
Just another day of exceptional dance, theater and art in the Washington area.
Plenty of St. Patrick to help you go green.
Art and science, art and less science, plus some crazed and slightly dazed comedy.
Switching it up at Studio Theatre and the National Portrait Gallery.
Ideal husbands, eerie scenes from the 40s, and a master fashion photographer.
America circa the 1940, plus today's Anacostia and Czech Republic.
Broadway, Boom Town on a very Fat Tuesday.
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