Celebrate Chinese New Year this month with four days of festivities at the Kennedy Center, from February 5-8. This year’s lineup includes free performances on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage, Family Day activities, and a final performance fe...See More: Stage/Screen
Jonno Roberts has made a career of playing the bad guy. This winter, he’s returning to Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) for the second time to play Iago in Othello, perhaps the most notorious villain in Shakespeare’s canon. See More: Stage/Screen
There’s something oddly familiar about comedian Greg Fitzsimmons. It could be his numerous one line zingers through his gap toothed grin while pointing finger guns (pow pow) at the camera insulting celebrities on his five years commentating on VH1...See More: Stage/Screen
Two of the DC area’s most versatile actors are joining forces as siblings with a deeply loving yet complex relationship in The Glass Menagerie at Ford’s Theatre from January 22 to February 21. See More: Stage/Screen
Shakespeare Theatre Company invites audiences to poke a little fun at critics this winter with two famous “behind-the-scenes” plays condensed into one night of comedy. Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s 18th-century satire, The Critic, and Tom Stoppard’s...See More: Stage/Screen
On Tap and Fado caught up with Star Wars fans hanging out in Gallery Place Alley waiting from last night's movie premiere. We asked trivia questions in exchange for free pints. Find out how well fans did. See More: Stage/Screen
Where will you be on Thursday, Dec. 17? If you're a diehard Star Wars fan you should head down to Gallery Place in Chinatown. On Tap and Fado will be onsite talking to Star Wars fans who are hanging out in Gallery Place Alley awaiting the movie p...See More: Stage/Screen
Broadway’s Motown The Musical is in DC for the holidays, bringing the story of Motown founder Berry Gordy and the music legends whose careers he launched to National Theatre’s stage. From “My Girl” to “I Heard It Through The Grapevine,” Motown fea...See More: Stage/Screen
The Unified Scene Theater is DC’s newest space fully dedicated to improv and sketch comedy, and a range of other performing arts – comedic monologues, storytelling, and spoken word, to name a few. Since opening its doors in Bloomingdale this Augus...See More: Stage/Screen
Have the holidays got you dazed and confused? Consider a little comedy relief at the Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse. Yes, Chicago’s famed sketch and improv comedy theater returns to The Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse with The Second City’s Hol...See More: Stage/Screen
Shakespeare Theatre and Blue Moon hosted a Young Professionals Happy Hour for after the showing of "The Tempest" playing this month at Sidney Harman Hall. Photos: Sinic Staton
For a different spin on Shakespeare, check out Shakespeare in the Pub performances around the DC area. These libation-friendly theatrical events are the brainchild of John Stange and Kelsey Meiklejohn, who approached The Limerick Pub in Wheaton se...See More: Stage/Screen
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