- Theater & Dance
The music numbers need work in Fey’s musical version of her cult hit film
But the Ireland-oriented company stakes out a new neighborhood for D.C. theater.
Being an adult means you are responsible for feeding yourself. Here's how to pack a lunch every day.
Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017 | The streaming site also debuts a Barbra Streisand concert special.
Here’s a collection of holiday albums reviewed by The Associated Press.
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for Nov. 13-19. Listings include the week’s ranking and viewership.
The Latest on sexual misconduct allegations against Charlie Rose (all times local):
After the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke, more women and men have come forward against a growing list of well-known male figures with similar stories of harassment and assault.
A dutiful if uninspired production at Olney.
In Tysons Corner, a sensitive production of the Chaim Potok novel.
Nick Flynn, Ada Limón, Terrance Hayes and others grapple with the war’s legacy.
After a less-than-super box office performance, it's hard to know how seriously fans should take the hints.
Isabel Allende’s novel “In the Midst of Winter” is an off-kilter mix of sweet and bleak.
We set up a kids' table at the Reflecting Pool and found out what America's kids know about Thanksgiving.
“Brolliology: A History of the Umbrella in Life and Literature,” by Marion Rankine.
After Jeffrey Tambor’s shocking departure, the show could certainly go on.
Bellini’s “La Straniera” proves strange indeed, in delightful WCO performance.
Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 | A winner is announced on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
It was a night of half-measures from the would-be queen of pop.
The National Portrait Gallery explores two centuries of images of American workers.
Telling the truth with laughs about everything from jail to comedy.
“It was sort of like my birthday when I finally got to see the final product of what the suit would be,” Fisher says.
The prickly musical portrait is set in a 1963 bombed Alabama church.
Scott Eyman examines their relationship in his smart, generous new book, “Hank and Jim.”