Following a one-off recital of Oedipus Rex at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in June, indoor performances returned to downtown Los Angeles earlier this month with the world premiere engagement of SUGAR HOUSES by Rosanna Gamson/World Wide at REDCAT. Judiciously spaced in
When we think about something like Black radicalism—and its historical unfolding and in its varieties—even as women sustain, nurture, envision, and engender those movements, they fall out of the official writing of it, or they’re never the representative figure. And
Drawing again from a rich autobiographical source, Édouard Louis’ adaptation and performance of his text QUI A TUÉ MON PÈRE (WHO KILLED MY FATHER?) is “an attempt to understand the social and political forces which shape and transform the lives
Now on Broadstream: Jeremy O. Harris presents Torrey Townsend ’s eviscerating satire OFF-BROADWAY—starring Becky Ann Baker, Dylan Baker, Jessica Frances Dukes, Jason Butler Harner, Richard Kind, Hal Linden, Jillian Mercado, and Kara Wang—directed by Robert O'Hara and streaming this weekend.
On the occasion of the group exhibition The Beatitudes of Malibu—on view through July 2—the David Kordansky Gallery presents a virtual reading with poets Tongo Eisen-Martin (also reading Bob Kaufman), Gabriela Jauregui, Ann Lauterbach, and Cedar Sigo.
In recent years, Edouard Louis achieved worldwide success with his books, in which he retraces his life, starting from teenage-hood, his struggles in a small town in northern France, and growing up as a young gay man. Theatre plays a
The Academy Museum presents an online Gallery Talk with film and television composer Hildur Guðnadóttir—Tom of Finland, Chernobyl, Joker—and the museum’s Exhibitions Curator Jenny He. HILDUR GUÐNADÓTTIR IN CONVERSATION Academy Museum Tuesday, May 18. 6 pm on the West Coast, 9 pm East Coast.
This week, join Okwui Okpokwasili and Massimiliano Gioni in conversation, where they will discuss—among other things—the artist’s remarkable installation Poor People’s TV Room (Solo), 2017, part of the New Museum exhibition Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America.