Well, it’s definitely unexpected. From the first moments after the curtain lifts, ‘Jane Anger’ is a raucous love letter to feminism with some astonishing twists and turns.
Following its recent major renovation, the 428-room Hilton Alexandria Mark Center now showcases an exhibition of some of the Torpedo Art Center’s most distinguished creators in its refreshed lobby.
While it’s a timeless tale, certain choices STC Artistic Director Simon Godwin made in directing this play were exceptional. To start, a news set literally sets the scene.
If there’s a popular Broadway musical to get DC back to the theatre, it’s Chicago, a legend in bright lights that brings with it all that jazz including sultry songs and bangin’ femmes fatales.
Not only has ‘One With Eternity: Yoyai Kusama in the Hirshhorn Collection’ been extended to Spring 2023, but it appears the exhibit is adding new Kusama (and Kusama-related) works to its collection.
Sharp, witty, sensitive, and yes — unexpected — Fade, the latest performance of the Unexpected Stage Company, offers insights into race and class within the Mexican-American community.
The major production musical on stage now at National Theatre is at once an emotional appreciation of the full journey of the rock icon that is Tina Turner and a belt-it-out bonanza of some of the singer’s best and most beloved songs.
This meandering mix of random ruminations and deep scientific thought are expressed both in spoken word and contemporary movement. (Imagine this one as equal parts unplotted play and modern dance performance.)
Making its US debut in Washington, DC, Mexican Geniuses features over 300 projections and video-mapping that showcases the vibrant and bold works of two of the most prolific artists of the 20th century.
In many ways, SIX is better than Hamilton, that other educational musical everyone raves about… It’s a retelling of the lives of the six wives of Henry VIII, but presented as a concert spectacle.