REVIEW | Dance piece shifts from objective observation to subjective involvement.
The Czech Republic-based performance artists will bring their singular style to D.C. this week.
Swatches left with foundlings alter ideas about parenting and everyday life in 18th-century London.
The German composer was born 200 years ago, but his work is still polarizing today.
Washington’s Theater J and Woolly Mammoth offer a testing ground for premiering new plays.
Michael Douglas plays the flamboyant piano legend in Steven Soderbergh’s depressing biopic.