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This entertaining show for children and their families invites the audience into Picasso’s imaginative leaps of transformational visions. By SUSAN GALBRAITH
In an in-depth conversation, the artistic director shares the conception and resonant components of a world premiere play with music inpired by a lost Euripides play. By SUSAN GALBRAITH
A musical review about the life and legacy of a sister and brother whose art advanced the identity of Afro-descendants in Peru.
Director José Zayas keeps the show humming and the humor coming.
A seminal Spanish opera ('El retablo de maese Pedro') followed by a new Derek Goldman piece starring David Strathairn and Robin de Jesús.
As the acclaimed opera opens at Kennedy Center, the mezzo-soprano who plays the mother of a slain Black son talks about going to a place beyond grief.
Verdi was surely smiling down from the heavens to hear his most stirring work given such a powerful, clear, and moving rendering.
As the urgency ratchets up and surprises are revealed, the story becomes a heart-stopping journey.
Sadly, these Gilbert and Sullivan light operettas are showing their age.
Kelley Rourke, the new artistic advisor for the program, previews three new 20-minute operas.
Holiday joy is on the way in the company's 'Christmas Revels: Celtic Crossroads.'
In Bisi Adigun and Roddy Doyle's contemporary adaptation of J.M. Synge's classic, it's not clear who has more fun, the audience or the ensemble on stage.
The weekend program, the first of three, was directed and choreographed by Antonio Granjero, the 'Baryshnikov of Spanish Dance.'
Playwright and Director Mary Zimmerman plumbs the mind of the man.
Ten of Chekhov’s short stories adapted by comedy writer Neil Simon and acted broadly.
The 1897 original — a farce about couples at different ages and stages of love — gets an experimental-musical treatment and is a must-see for theater lovers.
A show about the richness of human imagination in a once-upon-a-time where science meets art.
Their original cabaret, 'tempered,' promises to be cathartic art.
When first cast as the Count in Maryland Lyric Opera’s sparkling production of 'The Marriage of Figaro,' he thought the guy was evil.
In 'The Eyes of the World: From D-Day to VE Day,' the words tell the story; the music breaks open our hearts.
The real passionate relationship in this production is carried by a bromance.
At Kennedy Center, Washington National Opera offers a delectable evening of lighter-than-air meringue fare.
Four world premieres at Kennedy Center point to the future of the art form and tell stories that relate directly to the American experience.
In Strathmore’s glowing wood auditorium with its stellar acoustics, each familiar tune was more glorious than the last.
For Kennedy Center's 50th anniversary, the Washington National Opera takes on monumentalism.
Their three-generation story takes us inside themes of class, racism, and sexism that are woven into the island’s history.
¡Pa’lante! An inspiring conversation about resilience with Executive Director Rebecca Medrano and Actor Ernesto Concepción.
The creators have thrown away the rulebook. It’s not jazz exactly and certainly not classical contemporary.
In these still difficult times, 'Rent' is a much-needed tonic for the soul.
In a concert called 'Come Home: A Celebration of Return,' the variety of styles and greatest hits was almost too much for the ear and heart to bear.
Choreographer/dancer Edwin Aparicio mines his own childhood memories of war and migration.