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MoviePass’ parent company on Friday announced that the service’s slow demise has finally reached its conclusion.
From Hillary Clinton singing “Hallelujah” to “Racists for Trump,” “SNL” has embraced liberal politics. So when bigotry is the joke, the series should know better.
L.A. Opera will open its season with a splashy “La Bohème,” a black-tie gala and a cloud of accusations still hanging over Plácido Domingo.
The clothes in the Duchess of Sussex’s new Smart Works capsule collection are professional but also pretty dang plain. Still, a women’s charity benefits.
L.A. Times writers Glenn Whipp and Justin Chang discuss their Toronto festival highlights including “Marriage Story,” “Knives Out,” “Uncut Gems” and “The Lighthouse.”
Writer-director Rian Johnson and cast members Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson and Jaeden Martell on the sharp murder mystery ‘Knives Out’
Star Adam Sandler, former NBA player Kevin Garnett and filmmaking siblings Josh and Benny Safdie discuss their unusual collaboration on the diamond district drama.
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Joshua Harmon’s family comedy “Skintight” has its West Coast premiere with a strong ensemble led by musical theater star Idina Menzel, proving her comic chops.
In paintings inspired by collage, stencils and textiles, Los Angeles painter Lari Pittman has tackled the AIDS crisis, male sexuality and memory since the early ‘80s
Art openings around L.A., including Lenz Geerk at Roberts Projects, Charles Gaines at Hauser & Wirth and Ernesto Neto at Tanya Bonakdar.
Letters to the Editor Calendar Feedback: Readers are troubled about Plácido Domingo allegations, angry about theater shushing and love Linda Ronstadt.
The sex depicted in Erik Patterson’s “Handjob” is one of many times that the play pulls the rug from under us.
More things to do and see? There’s also Pittance Chamber Orchestra, Leela Dance Collective’s “Son of the Wind,” Cirque Mei at Segerstrom Center, Pasadena Pops’ summer-season closer and a revival of Al Carmines’ “In Circles” at Odyssey Theatre.
His “La Bohème” will open L.A. Opera’s season. Here’s why America, and especially L.A., would be lucky to see more of the outrageously clever Barrie Kosky.
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