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Kennedy Center [Opera House]

(Washington, DC)
2700 F Street
Washington, DC 20566
by Stephi Wild - Jun 30, 2021
Performances are Wednesdays-Saturdays, with a special closing night benefit performance of My Onliness on August 14. Learn more about how to purchase tickets here!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 30, 2021
Written in the middle of a global pandemic after years of watching our country becoming ever more divided, the 10 songs on Free Country get to the heart of it all by exploring on an individual level the lives we choose to live.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 30, 2021
South Street Seaport Museum has announced the release of the next set of collections items for digital visitors to browse, research, and enjoy online. This second iteration includes over 300 more works of art and artifacts covering a variety of mediums, historical subjects, and themes relating to the growth of New York City as a world port.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 30, 2021
A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction is a world premiere play written by Baltimore playwright, Miranda Rose Hall.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 9, 2021
The new single follows her recent releases “Church of the Misdirection” and “Rumpumpo,” the title track to her highly anticipated upcoming album which comes out next Friday on July 16 via Bandaloop Records.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2021
As part of this program, each artist is commissioned to create work in the medium of their choice that reflects and responds to key ideas and narratives swirling at the center of contemporary American culture through their own specific Middle Eastern lenses.
by TV News Desk - Jul 8, 2021
By 1938, Germany had established miles of bunkers, tunnels and factories built and ready for war. Experts investigate these mysterious structures and abandoned bases to piece together forgotten history and secrets few knew about -- until now.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 8, 2021
The American Classical Orchestra has announced its 2021-22 season of all-live performances, beginning with a full orchestra Reunion program of Baroque music in Damrosch Park on September 22.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 7, 2021
The Broad Stage has announced three live and in person attractions for fall 2021 – starting with the West Coast Premiere of the new opera Birds in the Moon, co-commissioned by The Broad Stage, for four outdoor performances in Santa Monica September 1 through 4.
by TV News Desk - Jul 6, 2021
In addition to I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself, Hay is at work on a collection of originals. Those who attend his summer shows may get a preview of those songs, as well as a retrospective of his Men at Work and solo years.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 6, 2021
​​​​​​​Alain Nu, 'The Man Who Knows,' will attempt to mysteriously bend 100-plus spoons using the power of his mind and his audience's collective minds during his one-man residency show 'The Truth' on Friday, July 16, 5:00 p.m. at Alexis Park Resort, 375 E. Harmon Avenue.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 6, 2021
With a festival that began July 1, Chamber Music Northwest presents the final weekend of the 2021 Summer Festival which continues through July 25.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jul 29, 2021
In October 1938, Orson Wells broadcast a radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The War of the Worlds. He converted the story of alien invasion into a series of dramatic news bulletins, which inadvertently inspired mass panic across America. This incident is seen by some as the original source of ‘fake news’. First seen in 2019, physical theatre duo Rhum + Clay’s clever adaptation now lands in the Rose Theatre this week as part of a new tour.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 29, 2021
All 2021 Much Ado About Nothing performances are free, outdoors, and open to all audiences; no tickets are needed. Social distancing through lawn seating, blankets and lawn chairs are welcome.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 29, 2021
The family-friendly day of free art includes a curated walking tour of Soho Road, vintage bus provided by National Express West Midlands, a bus stop transformed into a mini-gallery, banner art, food, DJ and songs from new musical Bus Boycott (working title), in development throughout 2022.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 28, 2021
The recording features performances from Kris Myers (Umphrey's McGee), Juno award winner Alpha Yaya Diallo, Grammy award winner Dobet Gnahoré, Grammy award winner Al Walser, Greek superstar George Perris, New York City Opera soprano Tharanga Goonetilleke, and many more.
by TV News Desk - Jul 28, 2021
In addition to taking action with these organizations, Kevin and Dreka have donated items straight from their closets to raise funds for their organization.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 28, 2021
On Thursday, August 12, 2021 at 8:30pm ET, composer, pianist and vocalist Michael Harrison will offer his debut performance of traditional Indian classical music, which he has adapted for piano with tabla accompaniment, presented by Drive East by Navatman.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 28, 2021
Key Chorale, the Suncoast's premier symphonic chorus, announces its 37th season with a mix of dynamic collaborations and unique programming that have become their hallmarks under the guidance of Artistic Director Joseph Caulkins.
by TV News Desk - Jul 27, 2021
Douglas has had an unconventional beginning to her music career, starting on Wall Street working as an investment banker at CIBC's Media and Entertainment group in New York after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 27, 2021
The Los Angeles Master Chorale, led by Grant Gershon, Kiki & David Gindler Artistic Director, today announced its 2021-22 season and long-awaited return to Walt Disney Concert Hall, following the venue’s closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 27, 2021
The worldwide smash musical The Phantom of the Opera resumed West End performances at Her Majesty's Theatre this week!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 26, 2021
Moon's mother, a classically trained violinist, noticed when he was born that he had big hands, so she decided that when he was old enough, he would start taking cello lessons. At age 7, he started taking lessons, playing music (solo, chamber music, and orchestra) all through high school.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 26, 2021
Capital Stage will open its doors to patrons for the first time with a Co-Production with SF Playhouse called HOLD THESE TRUTHS by Jeanne Sakata. Capital Stage's first production of the 2021-2022 Season will be live and in-person, as well as available on demand August 25-September 26, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 25, 2021
Looking to lounge and have a picnic in Central Park or Bryant Park? Hoping to check out a museum, like the MoMA, The Met, or the Guggenheim? Or just wanting to get the full experience with a tour on the Circle Line or The RIDE bus tour? You will find all of that and more on our list.
by Peter Nason - Jul 24, 2021
It's a cabaret, with songs both bouncy and torchy, but it’s more than that.  It’s like a quirky collage, a found object performance piece. And there's nothing else quite like it.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 23, 2021
Season subscriptions will go on sale on Tuesday, August 31 at 9:30am, with single tickets becoming available on Wednesday, September 15 at 9:30am. Learn more about the full lineup here!
by TV News Desk - Jul 23, 2021
A full band, including Ian legge on drums and Emily Goldstein on vocals, joins in on the second track, “Remember When,” which ruminates on two different concepts of time.
by Carissa Chesanek - Jul 23, 2021
The debut of Liminal Archive was presented at the New Ohio Theatre in part of the 28th annual Obie Award-winning Ice Factory Festival. The immersive theatrical production highlights the ongoing pandemic various performing artists from all over the globe providing intense glimpses of isolation during quarantine.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 22, 2021
Now Online@theSpaceUK, winner of the Off West End Stage Award for Digital Theatre, is back for a fourth season, all available as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Learn more about all of the upcoming performances here!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 22, 2021
Greggory Nekrasovas and Mass Cicio's acclaimed debut musical La Nela De Socartes will make its festival debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a strictly limited engagement on August 7 and 8. It is a remounting of the original 2020 virtual production and will be available to stream for free on the festival's Fringe Player platform.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2021
Recipients to be honored at the annual national celebration of the arts in Washington, D.C. are: operatic bass-baritone Justino Díaz, Motown founder, songwriter, producer, and director Berry Gordy, Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels, legendary stage and screen icon Bette Midler, and singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2021
Nine new, tour-ready, performance works are to be presented in a range of digital settings, alongside seven new projects, supported as part of a 'residency' programme, which enables artists to play with new performance ideas across a range of formats and genres.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 20, 2021
The New Jersey Youth Symphony announced today that trombonist and composer Dion Tucker and longtime Garden State educator Gregory Williams will be joining the Jazz faculty this Fall as Director of NJYS Jazz and Jazz Orchestra and Director of NJYS Big Band, respectively.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 20, 2021
Artists from Victoria's diverse arts community have joined forces with some of Melbourne's leading arts organisations to create an awareness campaign encouraging Victorians to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jul 2, 2021
A play featuring string theory, beekeeping and the same scenes repeated numerous times might not be the easiest sell. However, this revival of Nick Payne’s contemplative and ingenious Constellations is smart, funny and exceptionally moving. The 70-minute drama explores love, life and death through the ever-changing story of a relationship and, in a flash of creative genius, has exploded back on to the West End with four different casts.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 2, 2021
In the third week of the 2021 Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Ballet Hispánico makes its fifth appearance at Jacob's Pillow with a program encompassing five decades of lush and virtuosic dance from July 14-18 on the Henry J. Leir Stage.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 19, 2021
Great Barrington Public Theater caps its eclectic season of new plays with a new drama by David Mamet, The Christopher Boy's Communion, in performance July 29 - August 8 at the Daniel Arts Center at Bard College at Simon's Rock in Great Barrington, Mass. The Christopher Boy's Communion is a gripping, chilling story of crime, evil, privilege and justice.
by TV News Desk - Jul 16, 2021
Ida Mae's 2019 debut record Chasing Lights reached #10 on Billboard's 'Heatseekers' album chart.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 15, 2021
Luke Jerram's iconic and monumental 3D globe Gaia is at Moors Valley from 17 to 19 September, installed in the pine forests where it can be viewed from the Tree Top Walk. Seven metres in diameter, the internally-lit sculpture features detailed NASA imagery of the Earth's surface and provides an Overview Effect - the opportunity to see the planet on this scale, floating in three dimensions.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 15, 2021
Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA announced the daily schedule for their multi-day music festival called LOUD Weekend, presented on Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31, 2021, at MASS MoCA in North Adams, located in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts (1040 MASS MoCA Way).
by Stephi Wild - Jul 14, 2021
The season consists of Bluebeard's Castle, Lawrence Brownlee: Cycles of My Being, and Giuseppe Verdi: Messa da Requiem. Learn more about the productions and how to purchase tickets here!
by TV News Desk - Jul 14, 2021
As the epilogue to 2021's debut LP Smiling With No Teeth, Missing Molars reaffirms Owusu’s soul-bearing narrative, an intuitively dissected and reassembled portrait of mental health, resilience and race as part of his burgeoning discography.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2021
The Tennessee Williams Festival returns for its sixth year.  The headliner is a production of one of the playwright’s most important works, The Glass Menagerie, in the Central West End building where Williams lived and where the play was imagined.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2021
Featuring a crowd-pleasing Europop score by Tony Spinosa, who will also direct, with book and lyrics by Spinosa and James Bearhart, Singing Revolution: The Musical will open on Saturday, January 15 at the Broadwater Theatre on Hollywood’s Theater Row, with performances continuing through Feb. 20.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2021
Among the shows he directed there were “Oslo,” “Admissions,” “The Humans,” 'Heisenberg,” “Constellations,” “The Winslow Boy,” “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” “Red,” “The Diary of Anne Frank,” “Frost/Nixon,” “The History Boys,” “The Pillowman,” “Humble Boy,” “Pirandello's Henry IV,” “The Retreat From Moscow,” “The Crucible,” and more.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 13, 2021
With the release of The Tahoe EP in 2018, The Geneva EP in 2019 and The Constance LP in 2019, Lakes were praised by the likes of Rocksound, BrooklynVegan, AltPress and Washed Up Emo, who referred to the group as “Your new favourite band.” 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 13, 2021
Diversionary Theatre has announced their Season 36 lineup of new LGBTQ work. With 4 new works on The Robert L. Granat and Albert J. Mazur Mainstage exploring how our LGBTQ family defines home, Diversionary welcomes the community back to their newly renovated theatre home, and their new social and performance venue The Austin & Joann Clark Cabaret. 
by Chantal Kunst - Jul 10, 2021
Overture and opening scene. The choral of nuns. It’s a beautiful, melodic and gorgeous song to begin with, but this rendition is just angelic. If Sunday mass would be so good in actual church, I would convert immediately and be there front row every week. Lead by Mother Superior (opera singer Francis van Broekhuizen), you’re looking forward to another song with the nuns. Francis is a delicious Mother Superior. She’s down to earth, warm, understanding yet strict and finally, present us with the most heart-felt rendition of Climb Every Mountain I’ve ever heard.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 1, 2021
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced Mahogany L. Browne as its first ever poet-in-residence. The residency, entitled “We Are The Work”, will feature a variety of in-person and virtual events, along with new poetry by Browne, commissioned specifically for the residency.