From Shakespeare in the park to volleyball on the beach, make this weekend count
Who knew Isaac from The Love Boat was L.A.'s great historic dramatist?
From a Leon Bridges concert to a Riot Grrrl film fest, it’s going to be a busy couple of days
Curtain Call: Director John Collins explains the odd origins of Arguendo, which is based on court transcripts
Putting together a dance party is one way to introduce new generations to the genre
Long before the first note is sung, the L.A. Opera costume shop brings to life a production’s historic, mythological, or spiritual realms. This month’s The Ghosts of Versailles is its grandest project yet
Dapper Day, a classic film fest, and more
After racing to get The Trip To Bountiful to Broadway, Foote’s daughter Hallie brings the show to L.A.
The live musical at the Hollywood Pantages is so lavish
Open your mind to the hidden world of Helder Guimarães and Borrowed Time