Still Woozy never fails to woo.
After numerous show date changes, Woozy finally graced the stage on Tuesday at The Novo and unleashed a flurry of pent-up energy, all while remaining true to his soft artistic persona.
“Fill in the Blank: I am ___” urges audiences to slow down amid the illusion of fast-paced normalcy.
Curated by the Design Media Arts student council, the student-run show premiered online Jan.
Music is known to soothe the soul, but it can also invigorate it – especially in the more stagnant cold months. Artists are lighting a fire with recent releases, powerful choreography and victorious world tours this winter, and they have no intention of turning down the heat.
This post was updated Oct. 17 at 11:21 p.m.
Wherever Joe Goldberg goes, chaos follows – and the peaceful suburbia is no exception.
Stepping away from the busy metropolises of New York and Los Angeles, the third season of “You” transports audiences to the fictional San Francisco suburb of Madre Linda where Joe (Penn Badgley) and his now-wife, Love (Victoria Pedretti), navigate married life and parenthood.
As the weather cools, musicians are channeling summer’s waning energy into crisp autumn releases. Whether it’s reflecting on romantic memories, mixing beloved genres or employing sentimental production, up-and-coming artists have their tracks tailored for a cozy fall playlist.
The Los Angeles-based theater company Artists At Play embodies Asian American resilience as it breaks through the hardships of virtual theater.
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Artists at Play is hosting free virtual performances starting with the play “ALLOS: The Story of Carlos Bulosan,” which ran from April 24 to May 7.
“Jupiter’s Legacy” takes a peek behind their illusory facades in an attempt to humanize the superheroes that people put on a pedestal.
Based on the Mark Millar comic book series, the new Netflix show “Jupiter’s Legacy” dropped today.
The light of legendary drag queen International Chrysis still emanates within the LGBTQ+ community despite her passing in the early ’90s.
To commemorate her legacy, the UCLA Film & Television Archive will hold a screening of the 1993 documentary “Split: Portrait of a Drag Queen” on Thursday.
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