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Zachary Quinto on Starring in ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ and When the Next ‘Star Trek’ Film Will Happen

The actor, appearing at The Geffen Playhouse in the Edward Albee classic, says of 'Star Trek', "I hope that we’ll get to assemble the crew one more time."

David Lynch’s Light Sculptures to Showcase at Hollywood Art Fair

The filmmaker’s lamps — which his gallery calls light-emitting sculptures — are set to go on display at the poolside Felix art showcase at the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel, which coincides with the LA Art Show and the inaugural Gallery Weekend Los Angeles.

Stephen Fry Narrates ‘Oedipus Rex’ as L.A. Opera Returns

The actor and author, on board for the company's June 6 performance, believes Oedipus has been unjustly maligned ("very unfair of Freud") and recalls working with Tilda Swinton in college.

Ai Weiwei Memorializes Martin Luther King Jr., Chelsea Manning and More in Lego Prisoner Portrait Exhibit

The Chinese artist's just-opened exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center honors 83 political prisoners in likenesses made of tiny bricks.

Artist Doug Aitken Creates Quilt-Like Works for New Show ‘Flags & Debris’

The large-scale works, some bearing slogans like "Resist Algorithms" and "Reality Fracking," make up his exhibit at Regen Projects in Hollywood.

Magician Helder Guimaraes and Frank Marshall Reteam at Geffen Playhouse

While most have relied on streaming performances, the venue has rolled out a series of sold-out interactive shows, including 'The Future,' a sequel to its summer Zoom hit, 'The Present.'

The Return of L.A.’s Frieze Art Fair to the Paramount Lot: “It’s Like Being in Miami”

With Frieze Los Angeles (plus two other art fairs) descending on Hollywood from Feb.?13-16, the industry’s art collector crowd will be out in force.

‘Eurydice’: Theater Review

The L.A. Opera world premiere of 'Eurydice' unites the "genius" trio of composer Matthew Aucoin, playwright Sarah Ruhl and director Mary Zimmerman to retell the timeless Underworld myth.

Ghetto Film School and Frieze Los Angeles Art Fair Unveil Student Finalists and Jury Members (Exclusive)

The nonprofit film school teams with Frieze Los Angeles and Deutsche Bank on a $10,000 award to be presented at Frieze L.A. in February with director Sam Taylor-Johnson among jury members.

‘Key Largo’: Theater Review

Based on the classic Humphrey Bogart-Lauren Bacall film and earlier Maxwell Anderson play, the world premiere of 'Key Largo' opens with the spotlight squarely on producer, co-writer and star Andy Garcia, appearing opposite Joely Fisher.

Music Doc Directors Reveal How to Film Iconic Artists: “I Knew There Was Stuff That Might Piss Him Off”

Six of this year's best doc contenders center on top artists from David?Crosby to Linda Ronstadt and the behind-the-scenes locales that illuminated their stardom like The ?Apollo and Blue Note Records.

‘1984’: Theater Review

Oscar winner Tim Robbins returns to The Actors' Gang stage to star in and direct this minimalist revival of the George Orwell dystopian classic '1984,' first seen in this adaptation in 2006.