“Sharty” is turning on the nozzle for a soirée of social hierarchy and masculinity.
Untitled Theatre Company’s production of “Sharty” will be partying on the stage in 1330 Macgowan Hall beginning Friday.
This post was updated May 15 at 2:24 p.m.
The queens are rightfully reclaiming their place both on the throne and in history.
Until June 10, the ex-wives of Henry VIII will be ruling the Hollywood Pantages Theatre.
This post was updated May 15 at 2:27 p.m.
“Hairspray” is stylishly welcoming audiences to the ’60s.
The nicest kids in town will be dancing on the Dolby Theatre stage until May 21.
This post was updated April 7 at 9:03 p.m.
With pearls and sharp lines abound, the Met Gala returned in full force on the traditional first Monday of May.
Through googly eyes and hot dog fingers, Michelle Yeoh is paving the way for Asian representation in film.
At the 95th Annual Academy Awards, Yeoh was crowned Best Actress in a Leading Role for her portrayal of Evelyn Wang, an overwhelmed, multiverse-jumping laundromat owner in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Yeoh is the first Asian-identifying woman and the second woman of color to achieve this title.
This post was updated March 7 at 9:01 p.m.
After nearly three years, Kali Uchis is uplifting fans’ blues in shades of celestial red.
Following the 2020 release of her sophomore album, “Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios),” the Colombian American singer has returned with “Red Moon in Venus.” Uchis examines love in all its forms through hauntingly lush, breathy vocals and her signature blend of Latin influences.
Literature has found a new, controversial home in the white-painted walls of TikTok.
As months stuck indoors during the COVID-19 pandemic helped propel the popularity of TikTok, a more niche community also emerged on the social media platform: BookTok.
This post was updated Jan. 12 at 10:41 p.m.
“Mean Girls” is one name that doesn’t belong in the Burn Book.
The notorious Plastics will be preying on the Hollywood Pantages Theatre stage until Jan.
Weddings may be the time for family to gather, but there is no vow they’ll get along.
On Friday, Amazon Prime Video will be ringing the wedding bells for the release of Claire Scanlon’s “The People We Hate at the Wedding.” Based on the comedic novel of the same name written by Grant Ginder, the film follows struggling sibling pair Alice (Kristen Bell) and Paul (Ben Platt) and their mother Donna (Allison Janney) as they travel to London to attend the wedding of their estranged, posh half-sister Eloise (Cynthia Addai-Robinson).
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