NPR is combining its news coverage with theater for a new series of live events across the country.
A revival of the musical “Side Show” is opening at the Kennedy Center, featuring a collection of misfits from the carnival world.
The Kennedy Center is hosting an international theater festival for the next three weeks, including the U.S. premiere of an Australian play about Rupert Murdoch and a dozen other productions.
Artists from Spain and Portugal will be a centerpiece of the Kennedy Center’s next season, along with a first for the performing arts giant: its own new musical.
The drama of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will reach the Washington theater stage with a new play premiering next year.
Ford’s Theatre says its audiences donated more than $77,000 for a local youth charity during performances of “A Christmas Carol” in November and December.
Three Frederick County sheriff’s deputies are asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit alleging they caused a man with Down syndrome to suffocate as they tried to wrestle him out of a Frederick movie theater last January.
Two movie theaters in Prince George’s County are airing public service announcements aimed at promoting safe sexual behavior.
Anti-war protesters rallied in Times Square on Saturday as President Barack Obama announced he would ask Congress to authorize a military strike on Syria.
“The Book of Mormon” is opening at the Kennedy Center, and theater officials say some tickets are still available.