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Björk in concert at the Shrine “Cornucopia”

A spectacular opening last night at the Shrine launched the appearance of Iceland’s most famous human, singer and techno-eco-feminist-utopianist Björk—presently here in the States for her vivid and dreamy West...

“A Bronx Tale” live at Segerstrom Center for the Arts

One night only! Actor, writer and all-round screen tough guy Chazz Palminteri is set to deliver a tour-de-force rendition of his one-man show, A Bronx Tale, bringing 18 characters to vivid life as he relates...

Film Review: The Tarantino-esque ‘American Night’ Doesn’t Quite Get There

This Quentin Tarantino wannabe looks great but is an ultimately vacuous stumble down familiar roads.

Björk at Shrine Auditorium

Promising to be Björk’s most elaborate and theatrical stage concert to date, Goldenvoice presents Björk – Cornucopia over three nights in January at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall. Photo credit:...

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“West Side Story”

Spielberg and Company Deliver a Tumultuous Tale for Our Times Ansel Elgort as Tony and Rachel Zegler as Maria in 20th Century Studios’ WEST SIDE STORY, directed by Steven Spielberg. Photo by Niko Tavernise. © 2021 20th...

“Fluxus means change” at the Getty

Featuring art from three major 20-century movements – Fluxus Means Change: Jean Brown’s Avant-Garde archive – is now on view at the Getty Research Institute, at the Getty Museum. (The one on the hill!) In 1953, Sydney...

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“Poor Clare” – Echo Theater Company

The discussion of wealth inequality has come up a lot in this young century, as the accumulation of massive fortunes goes to fewer and fewer people while millions suffer all over the world. But t’was always so… From...

“My Fair Lady” at the Dolby

“I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain,” “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” and “On the Street Where You Live.” How many of the wonderful songs from this exquisite musical are indelibly imprinted on our mind and...

“Ascension” – theatre review

Theatre is an amazing artform, but one of the things it does less well is genre storytelling. Drama, comedy, musicals – absolutely. Even fantasy or thrillers. But horror, action, westerns – not so much. This leads us to...

“City of Immortals” festival at TRK

From the press release: “The Theatre Raymond Kabbaz (TRK) proudly presents the City of Immortals, a new festival celebrating the immortality of the arts inspired by the great artists buried in the historic Père...

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