Four Larks, the inventive Los Angeles theater troupe, takes on Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" in this multimedia deconstruction in Beverly Hills.
Rashaad Ernesto Green and Zora Howard cowrote indie drama "Premature" in response to both New York City's rising gentrification and the lack of black female protagonists in love stories.
Next week's greatest hits include Marlon James, journalists on economic crisis and debut authors Brandon Taylor and April Dávila.
In response to demand, a second day was added to the upcoming SoCal music festival Lovers & Friends. Ms. Lauryn Hill, Usher and more will perform both days.
A slew of new official Baby Yoda merch has been unveiled, including an animatronic replica of the Child, which has been available for pre-order since Thursday.
Amanda Bynes is showing off her "drop-dead gorgeous" new fiancé and celebrating a milestone in her sobriety journey.
Themes of the 1941 film 'Meet John Doe' are transferred to present day as a struggling newspaper columnist and a homeless woman see their paths cross.
Comic Brad Williams' fundraising efforts have paid off exponentially, with $300,000 raised so far to send bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayles to Disneyland.
Chris Pratt and Tom Holland play elf brothers on a fantasy quest in Pixar's lovingly crafted 22nd animated feature.
TV highlights for Feb. 23-29 include the documentary "Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool" on "American Experience" plus the return of the "Breaking Bad" spin-off/prequel "Better Call Saul"