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Tony-winning “Hamilton” actor Leslie Odom Jr. gets candid about thoughtfully originating Aaron Burr, and the lack of diversity and profit-sharing in the theater industry.

On Sunday, sports network ESPN will premiere an Eagles concert shot at the Forum in Inglewood. Here’s how to tune in.

Amid multiple social media allegations against Chris D’Elia, women spoke to The Times about encounters with the stand-up comic and TV actor.

Emmy Roundtables

Watch with us! Our Emmy Roundtable series premieres this week on Spectrum News 1. You can also watch the full conversations of our drama, comedy and showrunner specials on our site.

Some of Hollywood’s biggest names in television this awards season — from Regina King (“Watchmen”) to Sandra Oh (“Killing Eve”) — joined us for virtual conversations, veering from the pandemic to diversity in casting.

Beginning tonight, conversations among top drama and comedy actors, along with the folks behind Emmy-contending series, will air on Spectrum News 1.

The spectator-less event due to the coronavirus gives TV broadcasters and producers a chance to experiment with how they present and cover MLS games.

Run the World, a new pop group made up of young influencers, released their debut song, ‘Rainbow,’ to give children hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Los Angeles, you’re the home of showbiz. Can’t some creative entertainment whiz come up with messaging that will convince people to mask up?

The union representing film actors tells members not to work on the pandemic thriller ‘Songbird’ out of coronavirus concerns.

Beethoven’s A-minor String Quartet chronicles the composer’s illness and recovery. Nearly 200 years later, it’s a sonic window into our coronavirus world.

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To raise awareness about immigrant detention this weekend, L.A. artists Cassils and rafa esparza got dozens of artists to print messages in the sky.

July 4 festivities from Pacific Symphony, Rose Bowl and the Music Center are free online. How to catch Lin-Manuel Miranda, Vanessa Williams and more.

A COVID-19 resurgence has closed museums, but not art space SoLA Contemporary, which has a new show of protest art viewable through its windows or inside.

The Tony-winning stage sensation “Hamilton” is available for home viewing on Disney+. Director Thomas Kail details the process of preserving the original Broadway production on screen.

Museums that reopened their doors or planned to welcome back visitors in the coming week are forced to change course again as coronavirus cases surge.

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Jackie Sibblies Drury and Jeremy O. Harris lead a new era of theater demanding that audiences confront the truths in front of them.

Sure, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Hamilton’ was a massive box office success worldwide, but still, many people will see it for the first time on Disney+.

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