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This post was updated May 16 at 6:32 p.m.
School is back in session, Wildcats.
Premiering Friday on Disney+, season two of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” drops back in on the East High School students as they get ready to stage a production of “Beauty and the Beast” for their spring musical.
Marianna Varviani’s thesis project “Time to Dream” creates a dreamscape rooted in reality.
The MFA student and choreographer will premiere her project, which features a collection of seven short dance films, on Thursday.
Michael Che’s comedic talent continues to shine separately from the “Weekend Update” desk at “Saturday Night Live.”
Released Thursday on HBO Max and executive produced by “SNL” creator Lorne Michaels, “That Damn Michael Che” is a six-episode, exploratory foray into the mind of the longtime “SNL” cast member and “Weekend Update” co-anchor.
“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.
Warning: spoilers ahead.
The “Clone Wars’” legacy continues on “Star Wars” Day.
Exactly one year after the finale of the seventh and final season of “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Star Wars: The Bad Batch” ushers in a new era of “Star Wars” storytelling on Disney+ that builds on the long-standing acclaim of the former show.
The San Diego Opera is reviving the drive-in experience, bringing its arias and overtures to an outdoor stage.
The company’s latest comic opera, “The Barber of Seville,” is running from Apr.
Comedy meets horror in alumna Gillian Wallace Horvat’s satirical thriller, “I Blame Society.”
The film features Gillian (Gillian Wallace Horvat), a fictionalized version of Horvat herself, who goes on a killing spree after murdering her close friend Chase (Chase Williamson) and confronts the exploitative nature of the entertainment industry.
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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