Darren Criss as Hedwig, Ivo von Hove's revelatory "A View From the Bridge," an "Amélie" musical and Anna Deavere Smith's latest: Find out what else is on the Times' theater critic's radar for fall.
Times art critic Christopher Knight lists 11 key exhibitions on his radar for the upcoming season. Where to go, and what not to miss.
After years of slow growth, Los Angeles is poised to see a slate of dance performances that is unprecedented in its breadth and quality.
Jeffrey Kahane to end 20-year run as LACO conductor with his most ambitious project: a festival devoted to tolerance
For his final season at Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, music director Jeffrey Kahane has planned an ambitious festival centered on civil rights activist Joachim Prinz and composer Kurt Weill.
Classical music critic Mark Swed picks out the most promising concerts and recordings of the fall season.
Musical language and lyrical dialogue propel 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,' the August Wilson production at the Mark Taper Forum about legendary blues singer Gertrude 'Ma' Rainey.
The Shrem art museum at UC Davis, David Adjaye's African American history museum and a tribute to Irving Gill make critic Christopher Hawthorne's watch list for fall.
Music festival season gets its big opening with the Coachella blowout, followed quickly in SoCal with the foot-stompin' Stagecoach.
Amsterdam-based director Ivo van Hove talks about his work on Broadway, including his upcoming version of 'The Crucible.'
Theatrical works to see in spring: From 'A Gentleman's Guide' to John Leguizamo to 'Shakespeare 400'
Times theater critic Charles McNulty's picks for promising spring productions, compiled by Matt Cooper.
"Don't Look Back" at Geffen Contemporary and "Roman Mosaics Across the Empire" at Getty Villa are among spring exhibition highlights.
"Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road" at the Getty Museum will exhibit replicas of the Mogao Grottoes.
New Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery's spacious facility hosts 'Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women 1947-2016'
New gallery Hauser Wirth & Schimmel is a significant addition to downtown L.A., but it also leaves you wanting more.