As she once did in 1995, Alanis Morissette has audiences falling head over feet for “Jagged Little Pill.”
The jukebox musical composed of the ’90s icon’s album of the same name is running at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre until Oct.
The Fowler is uncovering the particular histories of African art.
Running until Nov. 13, the Fowler Museum will be presenting “Particular Histories: Provenance Research in African Arts.” The exhibit focuses on provenance research – a deep dive into the past owners of a particular piece of 20th-century African artwork from Sir Henry Wellcome’s collection in London.
“The Undergraduate” is putting college cliches to the test.
Written and directed by Anthony Alyassi, the short thriller follows a college student named Henry in a frenetic race to complete a physics exam.
As golden hour hit, this year’s Emmy Awards beamed brightly as a historic night for television.
The Television Academy brought back the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards to the Microsoft Theater after moving to the venue for the first time last year.
The truth will always prevail no matter the lie.
The first three episodes of Hulu’s new drama series “Tell Me Lies” will premiere Sept. 7. Based on the novel by Carola Lovering, the show – written by showrunner and executive producer Meaghan Oppenheimer – follows an addictive yet turbulent relationship between Lucy Albright (Grace Van Patten) and Stephen DeMarco (Jackson White).
“Moulin Rouge! The Musical” is sparkling as a partial diamond in the rough.
Running until Sept. 4 and featuring alumnus Camden Gonzales as the associate choreographer, the musical adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s “Moulin Rouge!” has officially been transplanted from Broadway to Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre.
This post was updated July 4 at 9:59 p.m.
Caught in the summer breeze, musicians are breathing new life across genres.
As live performances return in full force, up-and-coming artists are finding their footing by expanding to new audiences.
This post was updated June 29 at 7:38 p.m.
As the summer sun comes out to shine, so are Hollywood’s most anticipated titles.
With the temperature rising, viewers can keep cool in theaters by watching the must-see films of the summer.
Jack Drinker strives to remind the world that no one is alone.
With roots stemming from choir and musical theater, the fourth-year music history and industry student said he has immersed himself in music since he was a child.
This post was updated May 25 at 10:06 p.m.
Misunderstood villains are getting a twist in Caroline Hersman’s new collection.
On Friday, Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA’s spring runway show will debut the third-year psychology student’s line titled “Awakening.” Hersman said she initially became interested in design in the fourth grade when she was first introduced to the mechanics of fashion by her dad, who taught her how to sew.
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