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L.A.'s Fountain Theatre responds to the fall of Roe with part obituary, part call to action

On the night American women lost their federal right to abortion access, the theater once again became a focal point for protest.


Beverly Hills' historic Saks Fifth Avenue complex set for development into offices and apartments

Saks Fifth Avenue, one of Beverly Hills' most famous department stores, is set to move to make way for a mixed-use complex that could energize a sedate stretch of Wilshire Boulevard near Rodeo Drive.


How Primera GeneraciA3n Dance Collective brought 'Nepantla' from screen to stage

Primera GeneraciA3n Dance Collective's 'Nepantla' officially makes its way to the stage after being stalled by a pandemic.


'Transparent' musical, Larissa FastHorse comedy lead Mark Taper Forum 2022-23 season

As promised, the Center Theatre Group venue will feature works written exclusively by women, transgender or nonbinary artists for its 2022-23 season.


8 picks for your L.A. weekend: Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival, Heidi Duckler Dance and more

The Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival. Bach's B-minor Mass with the Los Angeles Chorale. Heidi Duckler Dance's 'Ebb & Flow' festival in Chinatown.


Review: How well does opera represent reality? LBO and L.A. Opera take differing approaches

In a weekend of opera based on real life, LBO offered 'Central Park Five' and L.A. Opera introduced 'Brightness of Light' about Georgia O'Keeffe.


L.A. theater stages 'Roe' as a 'political rally' as Supreme Court overturns abortion decision

When the unreleased decision overturning Roe vs. Wade leaked, Fountain Theatre fast-tracked a staged reading of Lisa Loomer's play 'Roe.'


Review: What is Chicano art? Riverside's new Cheech Marin Center offers an open-ended response

The recently opened Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture is an essential repository of recent art history.


Hear ye, hear ye: Medieval art that inspired 'Game of Thrones' and more at the Getty

The Getty's "Fantasy of the Middle Ages" exhibition plumbs the intersection of medieval times and pop culture, from "Harry Potter" to decades of Disney films.


Review: What LACMA's collection of Spanish American art, 1500-1800, says about the world today

LACMA has built an impressive permanent collection of Spanish American art in just 16 years.


At Ace Hotel, being Hannah Gadsby has never been funnier

"Body of Work" is the "feel-good" show Gadsby thought she owed her fans after "Nanette" and "Douglas." But it's as subtly self-reflective as ever.


The actors in Pasadena's 'Uncle Vanya' ruminate, fulminate, kvetch a much like life

Using a relatively new translation of Chekhov's revolutionary play, Pasadena Playhouse finds conversation that speaks to our time.


For the first time, an all-Black orchestra will play the Hollywood Bowl

The Re-Collective Orchestra celebrates Juneteenth with a program that includes "Black Superhero" and the memory of Chadwick Boseman.


Your L.A. weekend top 10: Juneteenth celebrations, kid rock, James Joyce and more

Juneteenth in Costa Mesa and Leimert Park. Live music in DTLA and MacArthur Park. Dance in Culver City. Your weekend culture guide is here.


Inside the radically transparent program training theater producers of color

Theatre Producers of Color is a free, virtual program that aims to diversify the decision makers of the industry's commercial productions.


Review: At the Ojai Music Festival, the sublime and the shocking

American Modern Opera Company, a collective of some of the finest young opera and new music talent, delivered an Ojai festival with startling moments.


Always a collector, Cheech Marin brings his art to Riverside

Cheech Marin started collecting marbles and baseball cards as a kid. Now, he has the Cheech to exhibit his collection of Chicano art in Riverside.


Why Jesse Tyler Ferguson was key for new movie about Broadway's comeback from COVID

The historic shutdown of New York theaters during the COVID pandemic is the focus of "Broadway Rising," premiering this week at the Tribeca Festival.


As the Schindler House turns 100, a new exhibition reexamines its complex legacy

A MAK Center exhibition explores the Schindler House's legacy as bohemian hot spot, Modernist icon, avant-garde residence and 100% L.A. story.


Harry Gesner, designer who created Malibu's crested 'Wave House,' dies at 97

An untrained architect, Gesner was nonetheless responsible for residences known for their ebullient forms and their connection to the earth.


Commentary: The artist in CSULB's new exhibit is a major donor. That's bad, and so is the art

The Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach was bungled by the school.


How to make malls great again (or maybe for the first time)

Alexandra Lange's accessible history, 'Meet Me by the Fountain,' looks at how malls remain relevant in part by going beyond the white middle class.


Why the Tony triumph of 'A Strange Loop' is momentous for Broadway

Michael R. Jackson's Black, queer musical 'A Strange Loop' was the big winner at the 75th Tony Awards.


With the Tony-winning 'A Strange Loop,' Jennifer Hudson becomes an EGOT recipient

Hudson is the second Black woman to win all four major awards, following Whoopi Goldberg in 2002.


Understudies and swings kept Broadway afloat. Here's how the Tonys thanked them

Host Ariana DeBose led a round of applause for the artists and arts workers "who played a vital role in keeping Broadway shows open these past few months."


Complete list of winners and nominees for the 2022 Tony Awards

The 2022 Tony Awards winners in all categories, including 'A Strange Loop,' 'The Lehman Trilogy,' 'Company' and 'MJ.'


Review: The L.A. Philharmonic protests. Who's listening?

With a convention of American orchestras in town, the L.A. Phil daringly ends an exceptional comeback season with their 'Power to the People' festival.


Review: LeBron mania informs a tale of friendship in Rajiv Joseph's 'King James' at the Taper

Rajiv Joseph's "King James" at the Mark Taper Forum centers on two fans living vicariously through basketball great LeBron James.


Six picks for your L.A. weekend: Shakespeare, Beethoven, Hollywood Fringe and more

Beethoven piano concertos in Costa Mesa. Shakespeare in Topanga. Mark Morris Dance Group in Santa Monica. The return of the Hollywood Fringe.


Paris Hilton is LACMA's newest patron for digital acquisitions by women artists

Paris Hilton has spearheaded a new acquisition fund for digital works by women artists at LACMA.


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