Going Out Guide
Spring Arts Preview 2011
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Our critics look ahead to the warmer months and highlight what spring has in store on area stages, museum walls, concert halls and movie screens.
: The season ahead
Take a deep breadth
From Ireland to Tennessee, D.C. dives into theater festivals.
Peter Marks's top theater picks
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Story ballets to anticipate
Foreign companies will showcase the form in its purest emotional drama.
Sarah Kaufman's top dance picks
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'Meek's' settlers, unsettling
Filmmakers Jon Raymond and Kelly Reichardt bring history into contemporary focus.
Ann Hornaday's top movie picks
Watch movie trailers
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Rock's Renaissance woman
Guitarist, writer Carrie Brownstein finds yet another outlet: Comedy
Chris Richards's top concert picks
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Blog: Click Track
What lurks beneath the surface
'Venice: Canaletto and His Rivals' looks at the drama in the background of picture-perfect views.
Jessica Dawson's top art picks
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A legacy of clean, crisp sounds
Composer Lou Harrison will be celebrated during a March festival in D.C.
Anne Midgette's top classical music picks
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Blog: The Classical Beat
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