Warning: spoilers ahead.
Hollywood made Ryan Murphy, so Murphy went and made “Hollywood” right back.
Murphy, producer and creator of myriad series of episodic television from “Glee” to “American Crime Story” developed the recently released miniseries with Netflix along with producer Ian Brennan.
“The Rover” provides a remarkably prescient take on social norms for a play that premiered in 1677.
Running at the Freud Playhouse through March 14, director Emily Chase said “The Rover” was originally written by 17th-century playwright Aphra Behn, one of the first female playwrights who was able to support herself with her work.
Wealth, villainy and hilarity come together for an intimate performance in “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.”
The play, produced by 42nd Street Moon in San Francisco, features alumna Teressa Foss, who portrays Miss Shingle, a maid to the wealthy D’Ysquith family in turn-of-the-century England.
Netflix is providing the “Sex Education” that traditional television wouldn’t dare attempt.
The adolescent dramedy dropped its second season on the streaming platform Friday. With an eight-episode run, it managed to explore a cornucopia of issues – both sexual and romantic – better than most secondary schools could ever hope to.
Actions movies rarely contain more than the requisite amount of drama needed to advance the story – “Ford v Ferrari” is the commendable exception.
Blending drama and action is old hat for director James Mangold (“Logan”), but this time he’s donning it to tell the story of high-stakes racing between two of the world’s most famous automobile manufacturers.
Eddie Murphy is his name and making funny but irreverent movies is his game.
“Dolemite Is My Name” portrays the rise of influential blaxploitation filmmaker Rudy Ray Moore (Murphy) from “Black Snake Moan” director, Craig Brewer.
The country’s oldest continuously active professional music organization will take the stage at Royce Hall on Wednesday evening.
“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band was formed by an act of Congress signed by former-President John Adams in 1798.
Fall releases “Joker” and “Parasite” at first don’t seem easy to compare, but a closer examination of their blood-soaked scenes reveals a shared theme beyond deadly violence.
A radical Japanese dance workshop is being led by a pioneer of the form this weekend.
Butoh, a physical art form that can incorporate myriad dance techniques, will be taught in a workshop at Kaufman Hall from Friday through Sunday.
Photos of happy children can have a real impact on awareness of political conflict.
This is the philosophy Nicole Peters, the Strategic Partnerships Manager for Los Angeles-based nonprofit Justice Rising, espoused at a photo gallery exhibition at Upside Down cafe Thursday.
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