Bodega coffee and raps about gentrification — we reflect on everything riding on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s cultural unicorn
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes explain the reasons behind the musical’s biggest tweaks from the stage to the screen.
To examine the ‘overtly racist’ storylines called out by cast member Jean Yoon is to see why the industry’s diversity issues remain unresolved.
Part of a growing cadre of Latino writers speaking out, staffers say the project came with a low budget, poor pay and a brutal schedule.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jon M. Chu, Olga Merediz and others break down ‘Paciencia y Fe,’ the immigrant ballet sure to give viewers a ‘big gasp moment.’
Emma Corrin, Hugh Grant, Ethan Hawke, Anthony Mackie, Elisabeth Moss and Jurnee Smollett take us behind the scenes to talk narcissists, grandparents and delivering meaningful work.
The Envelope Showrunners Roundtable gathers the creators of ‘Bridgerton,’ ‘Dickinson,’ ‘Hacks,’ ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ ‘Genius: Aretha’ and ‘Small Axe’ to talk television today.
The Comedy Roundtable calls on Wanda Sykes, Jane Krakowski, Kenan Thompson, Anna Konkle, Robin Thede, and newcomer to funny Michiel Huisman to cheer us up.
Call it the ‘pandemic dividend’: A rising stock market helped endowments rise as much as 40%, yet museums are still selling pieces of their collections.
Tremendous singing propels L.A. Opera’s return to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Stravinsky’s tough, timely “Oedipus Rex.”
A lottery is helping California get vaccinated. But the COVID-19 pandemic has been a game show all along.
The Geffen Playhouse’s new virtual musical for kids, “The Door You Never Saw Before,” deals with pandemic themes in a tender, charming way.
Walt Disney Concert Hall welcomes audiences at long last with a June 26 Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra concert. Here’s how it will work.
Live performance returns to the Music Center, and being a face in the crowd rarely feels this good. A dispatch from the scene.
After numerous COVID-19-related cancellations and postponements, the Coachella and Stagecoach festivals have been scheduled for April 2022.
Until June 15, Disneyland is for California residents only due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Cast member insights on a day experiencing reduced-capacity lines.
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After 17 years leading L.A.'s most important theater company, and after last year’s racial reckoning, Michael Ritchie says it’s time to pass the torch.
Michael Ritchie is stepping down as artistic director of L.A.'s most important theater company. What can his replacement — or replacements — do differently?
See Picassos in LACMA’s reopened galleries, watch Weezer rock with the L.A. Phil and YOLA, hear Patti LuPone and Glenn Close belt Broadway hits.
Is historic preservation finally catching up with the conversation on systemic racism? The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s list indicates yes.
The downtown gallery behemoth Hauser & Wirth is opening a second SoCal location in WeHo that aims to be different.
What can you see at the Broad, La Brea Tar Pits Museum, LACMA, California Science Center, Grammy Museum and beyond? Here’s a quick rundown.
Clarence Williams III, who played the cool undercover cop Linc Hayes on the counterculture series “The Mod Squad,” has died in L.A.
Islamic influence on Western architecture is charted in Diana Darke’s “Stealing from the Saracens.”