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  • Ate9's Danielle Agami doesn't need a mirror to know what she's doing

    Ate9's Danielle Agami doesn't need a mirror to know what she's doing
    Dancer-choreographer Danielle Agami, artistic director of Ate9 Dance Company, dislikes voice mail, cameras and mirrors. Indeed, for someone whose career is so body-centric, the mirror has been noticeably absent in her dance practice for more than a decade.
  • Review: 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' gets short shrift on Lifetime

     Review: 'A Day Late and a Dollar Short' gets short shrift on Lifetime
    In this age of try-anything television, it's difficult to understand why Lifetime chose to cram the Terry McMillan novel "A Day Late and a Dollar Short" into a single made-for-TV movie. Rich with plot and pathos that address difficult issues,...

    Review: The witches of 'Salem' can't cast a spell

    Review: The witches of 'Salem' can't cast a spell
    It seems strange to recall that just a few years ago, the scripted drama was on a death watch. Threatened by premium cable, falling ratings, reality television and the omnipotent menace of "the Internet," the hourlong nighttime drama seemed on the way...

    Paul Robeson, times two, speaks to L.A.

    Paul Robeson, times two, speaks to L.A.
    "What's my motivation?" is a standard laugh line satirizing the acting profession, a livelihood in which it's not always clear why one is doing what one needs to do. At the moment, Daniel Beaty and Keith David may be the two American actors least likely...

    Review: 'Orphan Black' turns out to be many times better than expected

     Review: 'Orphan Black' turns out to be many times better than expected
    "Orphan Black," which returns for its second season on BBC America on Saturday, is proof positive that you can't judge a show by its concept. Before it debuted last year, it was easily dismissed. It was a show about clones, for heaven's sake. Not...