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You don’t have to roam for more dinosaurs

Where to view dinosaur fossils while the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum is close for renovations.

The Gate: Newseum exhibit captures year in photos

The Pictures of the Year 2013 exhibition has become an anticipated tradition at the Newseum.

Couple wants to bring people back to Broadway, from different directions

Diane Paulus and Randy Weiner celebrate 19-years of marriage this year, he a producer and writer winking on the outside of the conventional theater world, and she a director fighting for change from within.

Phillip Hayes Dean, ‘Paul Robeson’ playwright, dies at 83

Phillip Hayes Dean, ‘Paul Robeson’ playwright, dies at 83

Playwright’s dramatic portrait of the singer, actor and activist faced a backlash at its premiere in the 1970s.

Costume design: It’s in the details

Costume design: It’s in the details

We spoke with this year’s Helen Hayes Award-nominated costume designers.

You don’t have to roam for more dinosaurs

You don’t have to roam for more dinosaurs

Where to view dinosaur fossils while the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum is close for renovations.

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WGN’s ‘Salem’: One more witch story with toil and trouble

WGN’s ‘Salem’: One more witch story with toil and trouble

TV REVIEW | Mediocre new cable drama revisits the 1690s hysteria — only this time the witches are real.

Q&A with Save the Corcoran director Jayme McLellan

Q&A with Save the Corcoran director Jayme McLellan

Group seeks to have input on what happens with the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s collection.

What’s next for conductor Osmo Vänskä?

What’s next for conductor Osmo Vänskä?

Many opportunities await the face of the longest, most acrimonious labor dispute in U.S. orchestral history.

Spirit of Professor Longhair alive at annual jazz festival

Spirit of Professor Longhair alive at annual jazz festival

Two film projects are in the works to tell the life story of Henry Roeland “Fess” Byrd, who died in 1980.

‘Peter Pan’ is modern, family-friendly fun

‘Peter Pan’ is modern, family-friendly fun

The ballet succeeds with a strong cast despite some missteps in choreography along the way.

‘Don Quixote’ boldly delivers at Kennedy Center

‘Don Quixote’ boldly delivers at Kennedy Center

The production of Cervantes’s seminal work offers some thrills despite departing from the original.

Review

Camp David Accords reading list

Camp David Accords reading list

Lawrence Wright’s new play may have spurred interest in the 1978 Egyptian-Israeli peace talks.

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Yvonne Rainer gives avant-garde a leg up in Rockville

Yvonne Rainer gives avant-garde a leg up in Rockville

Yvonne Rainer is bringing a group of dancers to the American Dance Institute in Rockville, Md.

‘Threepenny’s’ themes find a new relevance and a new look

‘Threepenny’s’ themes find a new relevance and a new look

The impudent spirit of the Brecht-Weill classic shines through in Signature Theatre’s update.

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An honest look at Elia Kazan, in his own words

An honest look at Elia Kazan, in his own words

The director and author speaks of a mask that hides his truer feelings, but his letters seem quite candid

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Six generations of Ford Mustang

Six generations of Ford Mustang

Ford unveiled the first Mustang 50 years ago. PostTV takes a trip down memory lane with a look back at six generations of the iconic car.
The Washington Ballet's hardest dance moves

The Washington Ballet's hardest dance moves

PostTV goes behind the scenes at the Washington Ballet to get six professional dancers to show off the most difficult moves in their repertoire.
Joey Fatone is over 'N Sync’s dance moves

Joey Fatone is over 'N Sync’s dance moves

Former boy bander Joey Fatone jetted through D.C. this week to shoot the latest episode of his cooking show, "My Family Recipe Rocks." The Reliable Source talked with the 'N Sync-er about what he misses and doesn't miss about his band days.
Peeps Show 2014: Picking the winner

Peeps Show 2014: Picking the winner

With about 700 submissions to choose from, a lot goes into picking the Peeps Diorama Contest winner and runners up. The Washington Post's Peeps extraordinaire Jennifer Abella brings you a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the process.
Peeps Show 2014: 'Peeps Painting Peeps'

Peeps Show 2014: 'Peeps Painting Peeps'

Finalist Caroline Hanlon and her team created a miniature life painting class, complete with Peep models, to illustrate the merger of the Corcoran School of Art and Design with George Washington University.

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