The improv group makes magic every night in their new Washington show.
Among other things, “Three Centuries of American Prints” showcases works of public displeasure.
The new podcast from the team behind ‘Serial’ has become a phenomenon for a reason.
The exhibit is one of the center’s largest, and is mainly composed of photography.
It’s the mix between ‘Grease’ and ‘The Walking Dead’ you didn’t necessarily need.
“ICEBERGS” attempts to follow in this legacy of “WONDER” and “BEACH”, but lacks any of the quality that made the other two shine.
Annie Baker’s Pulitzer-Prize winning play about a movie theater thrives off its bold singularity.
The world premiere of James Lapine’s newest play was funny and thought-provoking.
‘The Nutcracker’ at the Kennedy Center shines in every way.
“Within wait also comes hope.”