4 months ago | Comedy
Comedians are often criticized for talking too much. But Ithamar Enriquez says nothing in Ithamar Has Nothing To Say, his new live sketch show. In his show, running the next two Saturdays at Hollywood's Second City Theater, the comedian consistent...
5 months ago | Performance Art
In her book Generation Me, author Jean Twenge characterized Millennials, the demographic born between 1980 and 2000, as noticeably more narcissistic than preceding generations. This self-absorption is evident in the core concept of "Modern Millenn...
10 months ago | Circus
The intrigue of any shapeshifter - a creature from mythology who can change forms - lies in that fact that you are never confident at what you are seeing, and uncertain of what you are going to see next. The term is an apt title for ...
11 months ago
Two of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2014 issue. Check out our entire People 2014 issue. "There is great respect for theater in this town," says Michael Shepperd, co-artistic director of Celebration Theatre. "The probl...
1 year ago | Comedy
Most Angelenos would sell their iPad to the devil to cover up their mistakes. Nicol Paone, on the other hand, fills up a bus and gives guided tours of her biggest fuck-ups. In the comedienne's new one woman performance piece, The Last Show I Do Be...
2 years ago | Film Festivals
Andy Warhol overshot when he predicted everyone would be famous for fifteen minutes. Apparently, all one needs is six seconds. That's the length of a Vine, the video app explored during last Sunday's Everything Is Vine, a segment of Cinefamily's f...