L.A. Opera opens "Roberto Devereux." A jukebox musical celebrates Simon & Garfunkel. Dance fans have options at REDCAT, the Wallis and the Soraya.
At Colorado rally, Donald Trump criticized the film academy for giving its top prize to a South Korean film
TV Ratings story for the week of Feb. 10-16: The drama 'NCIS' wins the TV ratings race; NBA All-star tribute to Kobe Bryant
Ivo van Hove opens his video-enhanced, Jerome Robbins-less "West Side Story," a bombardment of sight and sound. It's bracing, vital and sublime.
The WGA and Creative Artists Agency, United Talent Agency and Endeavor have agreed to meet with a mediator to resolve a federal lawsuit by the agencies accusing the union of organizing an illegal boycott.
Last man standing Robbie Robertson talks about his life and his years with the Band.
Ding-dong. "Hello!" "The Book of Mormon" is back in Los Angeles. Is the cast good? And how are those Uganda jokes landing?
"Gentefied," a Netflix comedy of gentrification and generations in L.A.'s Boyle Heights, is full of shaggy charms.
Ava Gardner and James Mason star in the digitally-restored 4K release of Albert Lewin's 1951 fantasy-romance "Pandora and the Flying Dutchman."
The brother of Amie Harwick wants an apology from gaffe machine Wendy Williams, who came under fire this week for an attempted joke about his sister's slaying.