Curtain Call: Philip Glass Looks Backwards and Forwards on His 50-Year Career

"Fame and glory, we weren't going to get it. I had no expectations. It was a strange form of innocence."

You Can Now Applaud, the LA Drama Critics Circle Nominations Are In

"The Fantasticks" and "Dreamgirls" lead the pack with six nods apiece

Bringing the Communal Spirit of Dance From the Kibbutz to Beverly Hills

Rami Be’er’s big, bold If At All comes to the Wallis

Opening Night: Angela Lansbury Dances Her Way Through Blithe Spirit

Want to guffaw and get chills simultaneously? Go to Blithe Spirit at the Ahmanson

12 Stellar Things to Do This Weekend, 6/2

Cruise the Highway to the Danger Zone, for one (see what we did there?)

Curtain Call: Grant Gershon Launches Los Angeles Master Chorale’s 50th Season

"If I conduct the 'Torreador Song' during Tallis, we’ve got problems."

Curtain Call: There’s Singing and Dancing in MacArthur and Memorial Parks

Come one, come all. Levitt Pavilions' free summer concert series kicks off this weekend

Classical Music and Surfer Films Come Together in a Screening of The Reef at Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Australian Chamber Orchestra’s Richard Tognetti discusses the unique pairing

Tonys Watch: King Charles III Is a Shakespearean Take On Britain’s Real-Life Royals

Playwright Mike Bartlett talks his inspiration for the show ahead of the June 12 awards