During rehearsals for the Alliance for New Music-Theatre’s stage adaptation of Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis,”director Susan Galbraith asked actor Ari Jacobson to improvise some insect-like movements.
Dividing their works into each of the three possible afterlives, curator Simon Njami chose to focus on the universal nature of Dante’s epic poem rather than its Catholic overtones
If you’re reading this outdoors, chances are you’re being observed … by pigeons. They’re on the sidewalk, in the park, flying overhead and perched on windowsills, power lines and traffic lights. And they’re watching you. What
Throughout her life, Elaine de Kooning greatly enjoyed painting portraits of her friends.
Adapted from the 1920 German silent film “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari,” the production strives for the same aesthetic.
Taking the word artisanal back from the likes of ice and overpriced cupcakes, “Cutting-Edge Spanish Crafts” celebrates the work of some of the most innovative artisans coming out of the land of 10 p.m. dinners.
When Santa’s away, Mrs. Claus and the elves will play. That’s the idea behind Pointless Theatre’s “A Very Pointless Holiday Spectacular,” a debauchery-laden, adults-only talent show set in the North Pole on Christmas Eve.
Forget planes, trains and automobiles. Try rickshaws, camels and boats.
Ever wonder what a Boyz II Men cover of “Choo Choo Ch’boogie” might sound (and look) like? Here’s your chance to find out.
Now in its seventh year, FotoWeekDC is bigger than ever, working with more than 50 partners to present dozens of exhibitions, lectures, contests and workshops.