Entertainment & Arts


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.


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.


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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The stories behind the stats on poor Latino representation. Plus, the Pulitzers, the return of performance and changes at Center Theater in our weekly arts newsletter

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.

  1. “Boogie Nights,” “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” lead our curated list of classic flicks playing in L.A. this week.

  1. Disney has created a Comic-Con style celebration for its Marvel Avengers that’s relatively grounded in reality. Superheroes, they’re just like us.

  1. In Sunset Beach, an 87-foot water tower remodeled into a one-of-a-kind home is on the market for $4.95 million.