Liz Carpenter, a colorful and outspoken Texan and a Washington, D.C.-based journalist whose career included press secretary to Lady Bird Johnson and D.C. reporter for Variety, died March 20 in…
A theater festival devoted to Terrence McNally's love of opera?
David M. Rubenstein, co-founder and managing director of the Carlyle Group, a D.C.-based private equity firm, has been selected to become the next chairman of the Kennedy Center. He will succeed…
The music industry and broadcasters amped up their rhetoric in the contentious battle over a proposed performance royalty, pitching lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Tuesday as well as anyone else willing…
The Kennedy Center will produce the Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman tuner "Follies" next spring.
Comcast's Brian Roberts and NBC Universal's Jeff Zucker faced withering criticism Thursday that combining the two media titans would stifle independent production and do little to foster diversity on…
The kiddie game show "Our Little Genius" has caught the attention of federal regulators over accusations it might have been rigged.
Peer-to-peer file-sharing networks such as those used by individuals to exchange music and video files pose enormous security risks for people and organizations, the Federal Trade Commission warned…
As Greek tragedies go, "Orestes" stands apart from the norm.
After a prolonged drum roll, Arena Stage will celebrate the return next fall to its newly reconstructed D.C. campus, reopening with "Oklahoma!"
The snowstorm that hit the East Coast Wednesday kept some ticketholders away from Broadway on a two-show day -- and perhaps more seriously, could hamper the sales bump anticipated for the upcoming…