'The Book of Mormon' Arrives at Kennedy Center "The Book of Mormon" is opening at the Kennedy Center, and theater officials say some tickets are still available.
'Dance Day' to Feature All-Day Event in D.C.Arts centers in Washington and Los Angeles are planning daylong celebrations with the creators of TV's "So You Think You Can Dance" to mark National Dance Day next month.
D.C. Jazz Festival Kicks Off Two Weeks of ConcertsMore than 80 performances are planned across Washington over the next two weeks for the D.C. Jazz Festival, including a concert fusing Latin jazz and classical music.
Kennedy Center Revises Way Honorees Are SelectedThe Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has a new process to select artists who receive one of the nation's top arts prizes, the Kennedy Center Honors, after an outside group last year said Latinos have been largely excluded.
Martin Scorsese Honored With D.C. Humanities Lecture Filmmaker Martin Scorsese is being honored by one of Washington's cultural institutions.
Demand for 'The Book of Mormon' Crashes Kennedy Center WebsiteHigh demand for tickets to Broadway's hit musical "The Book of Mormon" has been stressing the Kennedy Center's website in recent weeks.
Demand For 'Book Of Mormon' Crashes Kennedy Center WebsiteHigh demand for tickets to Broadway's hit musical "The Book of Mormon" has been stressing the Kennedy Center's website in recent weeks.
Kennedy Center to Host Hip-Hop Festival in 2014Hip-hop artists including rappers Nas and Somalia-born K'naan will take center stage in an unexpected place next year, highlighting their generation and art form alongside opera, ballet and theater at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Kennedy Center to Shine 'Northern Lights' for Nordic Cool Festival For the next month, the Kennedy Center in Washington will glow each night with blue light and shimmers of green depicting the northern lights for a festival celebrating the Nordic cultures of Europe.
Kennedy Center To Unveil $100M Expansion PlansThe Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is planning its first major expansion since it opened in 1971 as a "living memorial" to President John F. Kennedy, with new features including pavilions to house rehearsal halls and classrooms, a memorial garden and a floating stage on the Potomac River.
Kennedy Center Unveiling 5,000 Pipe OrganThe Kennedy Center is unveiling a large new pipe organ to replace a 40-year-old organ that was never ideal for its concert hall.
Kennedy Center's Theater Lab Ready for ReopeningThe Kennedy Center is reopening its Theater Lab after a five-month renovation to create a new performance space.
Best Spots to Spend A Summer Day With Your Family In DCCombine fun with learning for a perfect day out with the kids this summer. D.C. promises no shortage of opportunities to get out of the house and play, with cheap and free options the whole family will love. Head out with the family for a little fun and excitement once school lets out at the best places to spend a summer day in D.C.
Bandaloop Dancers To Perform On The Face Of D.C.'s Old Post Office BuildingAerial dancers are preparing to scale one of Washington's most prominent buildings on Pennsylvania Avenue in a performance for the Kennedy Center's citywide street arts festival.
10 Teachers Honored At Kennedy Center With Sondheim Awards In D.C.The Kennedy Center in Washington is honoring 10 teachers with $10,000 grants for inspiring and influencing their students.