Theater has suffered from placelessness in the digital era. Mark O’Rowe’s “The Approach” roots us somewhere theatrically real.
Bob Avian, Tony Award-winning choreographer whose credits included the hits “Dreamgirls,” “A Chorus Line,” “Follies” and “Miss Saigon,” has died.
Randy Rainbow, Wynton Marsalis and Elvis Costello support a storied jazz club. Musical fans are invited to a “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” watch party.
Shine On Collective pivoted from immersive theater to puzzle-box experiences during the pandemic. It’s one example of how gaming is a growing aspect of new theater works.
Same stage, different script: For a theater critic watching President Biden’s inauguration, the most notable part of the performance is its humility.
Le Petit Cirque is like a mini Cirque du Soleil for kids. How the Inglewood circus studio has adapted to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Writer Kemp Powers and star Leslie Odom Jr. explain the decision to turn a lost Sam Cooke performance into one of the film’s most resonant, hopeful moments.
The Mellon Foundation grants nearly $1 million to Lula Washington Dance Theatre, part of an effort to correct systemic inequality in arts funding.
The nation’s overlapping crises have sparked the notion that audiences want to be uplifted, more than anything else. I disagree.
L.A.'s California African American Museum holds a remembrance with music and a study group, and a Santa Monica concert centers on Black composers.