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Kurt Andersen lives 48 hours ahead of the rest of us.
Two new shows send in the clowns.
What, you still haven't gone to Western Bridge, Bill and Ruth True's new gallery in Georgetown? Well, you should, if only for the mischievous, witty… Continue reading
Tiny toy ninjas bring an odd new humanity to Hamlet.
A far-flung history of cultural histories.
A dazzling 'Dream' at the Rep.
The comic defense of TV's multimillionaire bridegroom.
The late Qawwali singer forwarded the notion of music as international language.
London theater is thriving. Any lessons for us?
Russell Lees' play aims to explain Nixon.
The Empty Space produces a 'Jew Movie.'
At On the Boards, everything—and nothing.
Sharon Ott's take on Shakespeare's early comedy.
Bicyclists' high-profile political statement is also a savvy urban-art installation.
The latest strategy in Bellevue: "activity packs."
Weber's Der Freischütz soars musically but suffers visually.
Volcanoes! Meteors! And now this.
Sorority girl battles intestinal parasites—in dangerous Guatemala!
IT'S GOOD TO SEE more Korean-American novelists coming out of the fray, adding to the diversity of Asian-American literature. Unfortunately, Frances Park's When My Sister… Continue reading