Join Frank Albinder, music director of the Washington Men's Camerata for an evening of singing—or listening—to your favorite songs for tenor and bass chorus, including Biebl’s Ave Maria, Spaseniye Sodelal, Brothers, Sing On!, Shenandoah, Drunken Sailor, Vive L’Amour, and more! It's free to attend, but registration is required (available until Aug. 3 at noon).
D.C.'s quintessential queer pride party is back and once again uniting the Anthology of Booty and She.Rex crews for an unstoppable beat. Come celebrate with DJs Kristy la rAt, Natty Boom, Junebullet, Wannabe, bent, mothershiester, and C.Rush. Tickets: $20–$25; but Booty Rex and Black Cat are subsidizing a limited number of tickets to low income […]
Part of NGA's film series We Have Always Been Here, pioneering queer filmmaker Su Friedrich makes ground-breaking personal films, including this 2016 examination of growing old today, and the responsibility of adult children to their parents. I Cannot Tell You How I Feel is followed by a second Friedrich film: Released in 2022, Today spans […]
The characters in this legacy sequel won’t compel you, but the action certainly will. In Top Gun: Maverick, Director Joseph Kosinski puts you inside the cockpit with Tom Cruise, City Paper's Noah Gittell writes. Audiences can feel the world rushing by as the planes fly at ungodly speeds, corkscrew around mountains, dip into valleys, and […]
DCAPAFF strives to draw attention to film works from Asian Pacific American creators and encourage the artistic development of APA talent, arts, and films in the D.C. region. Opening night starts at 7 p.m. with screenings of Maryam Mir's Sweet Refuge, Levi Wilson's Luke and Emma and a Gas Station on Franklin Avenue, and Mixed, […]
Tim Curry as evil itself; a young Tom Cruise in chain mail; unicorns, fairies, and goblins. What more could a fantasy lover ask for? Made in 1986, from director Ridley Scott, Jack and Lili must stop Darkness (that's Curry) from destroying the last of the unicorns and entrapping the world in eternal night.