Fans of "Frozen" will have to wait two more years before the highly anticipated musical stage adaptation opens on Broadway.
Disney announced Tuesday that the new version of the hit animated movie is set to open in New York in spring 2018. The company said that casting, dates and venue will be announced later.Read more
In his first show here in more than a decade, Havana-based artist Jose Manuel Fors strikes a powerful, plangent note. A wall-length installation, several sculptures and a group of collages all use photographs that Fors has made or found, cut into tiny tiles less than an inch per side. The physical presence of these little time capsules is as stirring as their metaphorical import.Read more
Hollywood Bowl audiences this summer will voyage into the romantic past with "West Side Story" and "Tosca," both led by Gustavo Dudamel, while also blasting off into the future, preferably at light speed, with music from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" conducted by John Williams.Read more
Teresa Caceres got off the bus in pigtails and started to cry.
It had been an exhausting and exhilarating week for her and dozens of other musicians in Youth Orchestra Los Angeles who returned home Monday evening to banners, bouquets and cheering families after performing a day earlier with Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay at Super Bowl 50.Read more
If you think #OscarsSoWhite, consider the world of elite ballet. And if you want to understand why the current conversation over the lack of diversity among this year's film academy nominees is just one thread of a much larger tapestry, watch Nelson George's documentary "A Ballerina's Tale: The Incredible Rise of Misty Copeland" on PBS on Monday night.Read more
The feints, dodges, Potemkin stadium renderings and extended leverage plays are over. The National Football League — behemoth, cruelly skilled manipulator of cities and printer of money — is officially headed back to Los Angeles.
After a secret-ballot vote last month by the league's owners, the St.Read more