‘The Nutcracker’ at the Kennedy Center shines in every way.
The 1975 are back with a deep dive into lead singer Matty Healy’s inner struggles.
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer debuted his first art exhibit in Washington, D.C., on Thursday — Pulse, the Hirshhorn’s largest interactive technology exhibit to date. Pulse encouraged visitors to partake in the art, see their heartbeat come to life and visualize a powerful part of the human body.
The two-part, multi-night program is stunning and varied.
Living in the digital age has changed every aspect of our lives — including art. ARTECHOUSE, D.C.’s first interactive digital art gallery, brings a stunning 21st century art experience that unifies art, nature and technology in its exhibit “New Nature,” which opened Friday.
Satire, horror and sci-fi are tied into one for The Clarice’s production of Little Shop of Horrors. The tale of greed, romance and desire shined at the University of Maryland, with an exquisite set, talented performers and compelling music.
Netflix’s new cop show suffers from arrested development.