Cirque du Soleil was a scrappy Montreal startup when it first landed in Las Vegas 30 years ago. Today, Cirque shows are featured at casinos up and down the Strip — a reminder that Cirque helped build Sin City into a global entertainment destination.
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The world premiere of ‘Hell’s Kitchen,’ the semi-autobiographical musical by Alicia Keys, features a book by Kristoffer Diaz and sublime vocals by a cast that re-interprets some of Keys’ biggest hits.
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Careers in the entertainment industry can be mysterious for those just starting out, and even for those working in the business. The Los Angeles Times brings you explainers and advice for starting and building your career in Hollywood.