Starring David Strathairn as WWII resistance hero Jan Karski, the film premieres January 27, Holocaust Remembrance Day, in theaters across the U.S.
The Broadway star and acclaimed singer will make her DC debut on February 14 with a one-night-only Valentine’s Day concert at Sixth & I.
Artistic associates Sheldon Epps and José Carrasquillo talk about the initiative's focus on playwrights who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color and the first readings February 2 to 4.
Artistic Director Karen Ann Daniels on the creation of a festival that asks who is in charge of how Shakespeare gets to exist in our culture.
Now playing: 'The Horse and His Boy,' the Logos Theatre's stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis' classic allegory, with music and life-size animal puppets.
In a series called 'The Companies We Keep,' DC Theater Arts spotlights the good and beneficial work done by theater companies in the DC region. This month we focus on a dance school that breaks down barriers and develops leaders.
Kelley Rourke, the new artistic advisor for the program, previews three new 20-minute operas.
In a performance on December 30, members of a multi-generational audience will share stories from their lives and see those stories enacted on the spot.
The actors play Shakespeare and his apprentice in their friend Talene Monahon's feminist revenge farce now at Shakespeare Theatre Company.
The DC native's Tony-nominated lighting design for the Broadway production of 'A Soldier's Play' can now be seen at Kennedy Center.
In an exclusive interview, Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro explains what sets the new Latina-choreographed ballet apart from the musical made by non-Argentine men.
Holiday joy is on the way in the company's 'Christmas Revels: Celtic Crossroads.'
Commissioning an original work is a "big deal" for a small classical ensemble, but after playing a few of Angulo's compositions, harpist Michelle Lundy took the plunge and asked Angulo to write something new for the trio she formed in 2007.
A frank conversation with the eminent artist about being 'chased by race' and an exclusive excerpt from his inspiring new memoir, 'My Own Directions.'
Marking the company's 50th anniversary, a gallery of costumes, photos, and other items celebrates their variety and talents over the years.
Each 'Ask Me Anything: Changemakers' show bounces off a chat with a local leader who is working to make the world a better place.
Mona Golabek delivers a tour de force performance in the musical memoir ‘The Pianist of Willesden Lane.'
'I want to create theater for people to see themselves on stage...a world where diversity thrives.'
In a monthly series entitled 'The Companies We Keep,' DC Theater Arts spotlights the good and beneficial work done by theater companies in the DC region. This series is made possible by a generous grant from the Wendi Winters Memorial Foundation.
The junior at Winston Churchill High balances headlining roles, school, and volunteer work while blossoming into one of the region’s leading high school thespians.