James A. Johnson, chairman of the Kennedy Center, will step down in January after seven years in the high-profile post.
Executives from 17 minority-owned theaters and arts groups from around the country are getting a crash course in the finer points of arts management from the Kennedy Center's Vilar Institute -- all…
The chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts says he hopes the upcoming 100-community tour of Shakespearean plays by six theater companies will spur other NEA-funded theatrical tours.
One of the undisputed gems of the current theater season here is this sublime production of Maxwell Anderson's 1930 love story about Queen Elizabeth I, based loosely on the monarch's relationship…
Look out, L.A.: Washington, D.C., has quietly slipped past you as the nation's second liveliest theater town, at least in terms of numbers.
Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, has a message for America: The Bard is back.
Neena Beber has written a remarkably absorbing, complex and intelligent play about the relationship of a trio of young urbanites seeking fulfillment. It's being given a first-rate sendoff in this…
Signature Theater artistic director Eric Schaeffer, who specializes in rehabilitating troubled musicals, has been granted the rights to rework Rodgers & Hammerstein's 1947 show "Allegro."
Ben Jonson's "The Silent Woman" is a historically significant piece of buffoonery that enthralled 17th- and 18th-century audiences. A few centuries later it registers as a mildly amusing period…
The Kennedy Center has signed Zoe Caldwell, Garry Hynes and Gregory Mosher to direct three classics by Tennessee Williams as part of next season's theater sked at the center.
Taking a leaf from its acclaimed celebration of Stephen Sondheim, the Kennedy Center confirmed it will showcase the talents of Tennessee Williams as part of its 2003-04 theater season.