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Disney’s “Encanto” ¡en Español! at El Capitan

Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre, which is presenting Disney’s “Encanto” now through December 5th, will offer a special Spanish language screening of the film on Sunday, December 5th, 2021 at 4:00pm...

“A Hit Dog Will Holler” at Skylight Theatre

One of African American playwright Inda Craig Galván’s central themes is the struggle of African American women for self-realization and respect.  A Hit Dog Will Holler isn’t her most profound...

Reel Change: The New Era of Film Music – LA Phil

This weekend only, the LA Philharmonic is presenting three evenings of programs curated by composers. Reel Change: The New Era of Film Music celebrates the 21st century’s increasingly...

Exclusive Interview: Indie Filmmaker Onur Tukel

Tukel talks about his most recently released film, 'That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes.'

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“The Children” – theatre review

Lucy Kirkwood’s The Children was written before the pandemic, and it’s about the aftermath of a nuclear accident and not a virus, but its vibe of looming doom and concern over what can actually be done to fix things...

“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...

“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...

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“Lizastrata” at Getty Villa review

So my first large audience theatre experience since being fully vaccinated featured women sporting two-foot-long phalluses singing Liza Minnelli songs in a Greek amphitheater on the grounds of the Getty Villa. Perhaps...

“Birds in the Moon” opera review

A haunting work, Birds in the Moon—the chamber opera by composer Mark Grey and librettist Júlia Canosa i Serra—made its West Coast Premiere last week, as presented by The Broad Stage. With its cunning, multi-level set...

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