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"Mathematics becomes very odd when you apply it to people - one plus one can add up to so many different sums," observes physicist Werner Heisenberg in Rubicon Theatre's lucid and unexpectedly passionate revival of Michael Frayn's intellectually challenging three-hander, "Copenhagen."
Los Angeles will announce a new Citywide Mural Program on Tuesday that calls for $750,000 to be spent on the restoration and preservation of historic fine art murals as well as the development of new ones.
As the fourth-largest opera company in the U.S., Los Angeles Opera is not exactly a mom-and-pop operation. But it does have a pop cum Grand Pooh-Bah.
When it comes to hoarding, the Collyer brothers have nothing on Geoff Sobelle, who has created a performance piece on the compulsion to preserve the flotsam and jetsam of the past.
Explore photos of the new Broad museum, its interior spaces and some of the artworks presented there.
The rumor mill surrounding the search for a new music director of the New York Philharmonic when Alan Gilbert's contract expires in 2017 is ever active. Among the names that keep coming up is Pablo Heras-Casado.
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has ducked a threatened lawsuit over traffic, parking and intrusive signage that could have stalled the project in court. An agreement reached with the citizens' group Fix the City clears the way for it to begin construction on a site next to the Los Angeles...
The auction house Christie's is expected to announce Wednesday that Los Angeles native Sonya Roth has been named its managing director for Southern California -- a role that will require her to spearhead the company's growth strategy in the region.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Franklin Sirmans was named director of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, its board of trustees announced on Thursday.
Some experts think that golf, baseball and multi-day bicycle races take too much time to keep fans interested. If those sports don't cut corners, many think, they'll disappear.
The Los Angeles Philharmonic turned to New York of the 1940s and '50s Tuesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, for which Bramwell Tovey drolly apologized to his Angeleno audience. I certainly noticed no objection to Audra McDonald, in magnificent form, holding the Bowl in her sway with Broadway standards.
In a move that will bolster its growing operatic credentials, the Los Angeles Philharmonic is teaming up with Yuval Sharon, the artistic director of the Industry, the L.A.-based experimental opera company, for what will be a three-year residency to begin in the 2016-17 season.
Walk through the current exhibit at the Architecture + Design Museum in downtown Los Angeles and you will find some wild visions of a future L.A.
Bluegrass has its roots in Appalachian music. Appalachian ballads have their roots in European dance music. No composer elevated dance music to higher spiritual grounds than Bach did. For all the off-putting genrefication of music these days, this has never been an art form suitable for a silo...
Like many painters, Todd Carpenter is drawn to light. His densely wooded forests, polluted factories and apocalyptic-looking cityscapes - all rendered in muted gray tones or stark black and white - depict slices of sunlight between crowded tree trunks, glimmering tufts of smoke rising from industrial...
For months, the case of Tania Bruguera has been a protracted drama that has played itself out on the international stage. The artist - a Cuban national - was detained in Cuba just prior to the New Year, for attempting to stage a performance about freedom of expression in Havana's Revolution Square....
Nicholas McGegan began his annual late-summer week at the Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday night with a program billed as "The French Connection" - not the movie, of course, but a lineup that went through a few contortions to establish a Gallic thread.
Benedict Cumberbatch is the Kevin Bacon of the "Hamlet" universe.
The Broad museum announced some operational nuts and bolts Wednesday - opening hours, advance ticketing, parking rates and such - for the $140-million contemporary art showcase opening Sept. 20.