DC Shorts, with recognition as one of the largest short film events on the East Coast, celebrated its 11th year with a Filmmaker Welcome Reception at Pepco Edison Place Gallery. Photos: Mark Van BerghSee More: Stage/Screen
In its first year, DC Shorts screened 30 films at a single venue over two days. This year, audiences can expect a festival that’s bigger than ever. DC Shorts 2014 will screen 135 films from 25 countries, “our highest number ever,” says Jon Gann, D...See More: Stage/Screen
There is no question that DC is an artistic city. We have access to some of the most talented performers in the nation – and dozens of the reputable theaters that support them. Most major performing arts centers in the area – from National Theatre...See More: Stage/Screen
Win tickets to Fool for Love, by renowned playwright Sam Shepard, launches Round House Theatre’s 2014/2015 season with an explosive tale of love, hate, and the dying myths of the Old West. The show runs Sept. 3-27 See More: On Tap Contests
Hey guys, we know it's the 'Man Issue" but Kevin McCarthy, film guru at Fox 5 News offered up some movie ideas that might surprise you. We think his picks are perfect for the next time you're looking to cozy up with your girl for an evening in.See More: Stage/Screen
Horror meets comedy in 4615 Theater Company’s production of Bat Boy: The Musical, at Georgetown Day School from August 15-17. The cult classic tells the story of a half-boy, half-bat named Edgar who lives in a cave in West Virginia – until a woman...See More: Stage/Screen
Steve Byrne, along with Ahmed Ahmed, Owen Benjamin, and Roy Wood Jr. will be bringing down the house at DC Improv August 1-3, at the DC leg of their much anticipated Steve Byrne and The Cast of the Sullivan & Son Comedy Tour! We interviewed Steve ...See More: Stage/Screen
One of the world’s most popular and beloved operas comes to Wolf Trap this month. The brand new production of Carmen, at the Filene Center on July 25, will feature the Wolf Trap Opera Company and the National Symphony Orchestra.See More: Stage/Screen
Shakespeare Theatre, Blue Moon, and On Tap partner for a Young Professionals Night during each production that includes a $20 ticket and a post-show happy hour. This month guests enjoyed Private Lives at Lansburgh Theatre. Photos: Sinic StatonSee More: Stage/Screen
Noël Coward’s Private Lives lets its characters break all the rules. The raucously funny play, closing the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s season from May 29 to July 13, celebrates over-the-top misbehavior that runs the gamut from witty wordplay to ...See More: Stage/Screen
Check out the sights and sounds of Caps head coach Barry Trotz's first #CapsCamp practice with Ov...
Check out the sights and sounds of Caps head coach Barry Tr...
Bradley Beal, Paul Pierce and Andre Miller (along with his ...
Woodrow Wilson High School takes on Friendship Collegiate A...