The Kennedy Center has selected Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss of White Cherry Entertainment as Executive Producers of the 38th annual Kennedy Center Honors. Since partnering in 1999, Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner have become one of the most sought-after and award-winning television producing teams in the world. They are well known for producing the Tony Awards for the last 12 consecutive years, as well as the Emmy Awards, Presidential Inaugural Galas, and many others.
Now on sale! The soulful songstress and American Idol winner returns to D.C. for an extraordinary evening with the NSO Pops to perform timeless musical standards, original hits, and a favorite from her award-winning turn in Broadway's The Color Purple.
The Kennedy Center, in association with the Aspen Institute, presents the 2015 Arts Summit featuring a line-up of prominent artists, innovative thinkers, and policy leaders on May 16, 2015. Through conversations, live performances, town hall style debates, and discussions, the Arts Summit will focus on race, education, technology, and free speech, envisioning a road forward for the arts in these areas.
Kennedy Center News is now available to read online! The May-August issue features the 2012 Tony winner for Best Musical, Once, Scottish Ballet, The Royal Ballet, the 20th Annual Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival, the return of The Book of Mormon, and more.
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