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Fall Arts Preview
Fall into theaters, museums, concert halls and more with our critics’ recommendations for the best autumn arts events for 2012.
The National Gallery of Art hosts the first Roy Lichtenstein retrospective since his death, and more highlights for 2012-13.
Writer-director Nicholas Jarecki makes a strikingly assured feature debut with the Wall Street thriller ‘Arbitrage,’ which owes a debt to his own family background in finance.
The season includes a new work by David Lang and a very old one by Georges Bizet.
Claire Boucher, a.k.a. Grimes, like so many other young artists, embraces a sweeping array of influences, causing genre barriers to melt like so much polar ice.
Washington theater has had some seismic firsts over the years but, perusing the schedules for this fall and winter, biggies are hard to find.
Manjari Chaturvedi claims to be the sole practitioner of “Sufi kathak,” which blends the gestural storytelling of Indian kathak dance with the spinning meditation of Sufism.
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