The foliage may be falling, but curtains are rising again. Inside, our critics point to blockbuster shows, enchanting exhibitions, unexpected concerts and the little-known festivals set to make autumn come alive.
Middleburg Film Festival vying for status as a stop on the festival, awards circuit.
Kendrick Lamar is among 56 artists expected to perform at the touring extravaganza at RFK Stadium.
With all of this bounty, how does one make a top pick? Well, I’m taking a leap of faith, as one has to do in matters of the heart.
How will it be after the National Gallery’s East Building closing and the Hirshhorn’s burst “Bubble”?
The Broadway-bound “If/Then,” with Idina Menzel, could spark a revival for D.C.’s National Theatre.
The organist is unafraid to challenge traditions in seeking new audiences for his instrument.
Others include works by Rachel Farbiarz and Michael Francis Reagan, and the (e)merge art fair.
With all the observances to mark the 50th anniversary of the nation’s largest protest in the civil rights era, the Library of Congress chose a simple, singular focus for its photo exhibition.