Maddie Hendricks selected "The Dining Room" as Generic Theatre Company's last performance of the season because because she wanted to direct a play that focused on the acting, not technical frills.
Hatchet arts puts Stephanie Landry under the spotlight as Forbidden Planet Productions fall season comes to a close.
Jenny and Johnny "I'm Having Fun Now" (Warner Bros.) Jenny Lewis of Rilo Kiley has formed Jenny and Johnny, a side project with her singer-songwriter boyfriend Johnathan Rice. Lewis adds soft and charming vocals to each track, while Rice brings an edgier and moodier style.
Six student choreographers and an internationally acclaimed guest artist will present seven unique performances Thursday through Saturday as part of DanceWorks.
J Street was transformed last Thursday when 70 students opened umbrellas and ordered lunch. The mystery was an effort by students in the class Understanding the Theatre.
Alberto Robles isn't your average professor. Robles created his own genre of video art, known as video poetry, to emphasize his love of linguistics.
The GW Hatchet reviews the following new releases: The Orchard by Ra Ra Riot, Sidewalks by Matt & Kim, and Maya by M.I.A.
Classroom 102 was taken over Sunday by 13 freshmen for their final project in professor Bibiana Obler's Dean's Seminar.
This weeks QuickTakes features album reviews of "Crazy Love Hollywood Edition" by Michael Bublé, "Hands All Over" by Maroon 5, and "Speak Now" by Taylor Swift.
Maida Withers brings a pioneering spirit as a professional dancer, choreographer, director and professor to GW and D.C.
"James and the Giant Peach" was presented by 14th Grade Players this past weekend in West Hall Theater, and explored such themes as sacrifice and friendship.
Early Friday morning, before most college students were awake, children at Bright Beginnings were already up and about creating artwork to be displayed at GW's Hunger Banquet in November.
The final performance of David Mamet's "Oleanna" was Sunday in the Dorothy Betts Marvin Theatre, and director Alan Wade requested one thing: for the performance to provoke them.
Alan Jacobson, spoke about his new book and offered advice about writing after graduation at a book signing at the GW Bookstore Saturday.
"Crazy For You" Best Coast (Mexican Summer) The best musical representation of California since The Beach Boys, "Crazy For You" sounds like a high school garage band's first demo in all the right ways. The fuzzy, sometimes whiny vocals and light, poppy guitar riffs match perfectly with simplistic lyrics about love.
Two divas of soul, Bettye LaVette and Mavis Staples, hit Lisner Auditorium Saturday and brought down the house with their big voices and even bigger personalities.
The host of "The Colbert Report" is bringing the "March to Keep Fear Alive" to the National Mall Oct. 30 to remind everyone that a little fear can go a long way.
Ninety students from 20 different countries travel with Up with People across the globe to promote education, service and music.
Famed humor writer and essayist David Sedaris performed at Lisner Auditorium Monday, sharing his views on morals, Proposition 8 and chipmunks.
The 14th Grade Players performed their first major production of the year last weekend, the Welcome Back One-Acts, with a pinch of insanity and a whole lot of death.
Jukebox the Ghost "Everything Under the Sun" (Yep Roc Records) Simple, sunny and stripped of all pretension, the band shines on this second release. The boys still channel that same infectious energy that took them from playing house parties at GW to an appearance on "Letterman" in just a few short years.