Ebenezer Scrooge has been recast as an embittered woman named Evelyn and moved to a New York City sweatshop in this delightfully irreverent take on the Dickens classic by Arlington, Va.'s Signature…
Hollywood and Washington put political differences aside and joined in holiday cheer Sunday for the 25th anniversary of the Kennedy Center Honors, the country's highest tribute to performing artists.
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The performing arts world is sick and in dire need of strong leadership providing sound management and concerted action, claims Michael M. Kaiser, president of the John F. Kennedy Center. "And it…
Are a superior performance by Brian Stokes Mitchell and a mesmerizing set by Paul Brown sufficient to propel another revival of "Man of La Mancha" to success on Broadway? Backers of this $6 million…
The Kennedy Center has launched an initiative to assist minority-based theaters with management expertise aimed at building their financial strength.
The Kennedy Center will dole out more than $100,000 to five theaters and seven playwrights in the latest round of grants under its Fund for New American Plays program.
The Kennedy Center is spreading out. President Bush has signed legislation that would authorize $400 million to enable the center to expand its facility and become more accessible to Washingtonians.
Washington's National Theater appears to be headed for its busiest season in years, thanks in part to its pals at the Kennedy Center.
The events of last Sept. 11 are hardly grist for comedy, but Craig Wright has scripted a poignant, thought-provoking and, yes, essentially amusing piece on the subject that is making its premiere at…
Ah, the heady days of accolades at the John F. Kennedy Center. As the Sondheim Celebration wraps after four delicious months, weary but elated staffers are savoring the experience and bidding adieu…