December 15, 2018

Arts

"I was not quite Mexican enough to be Mexican and not Jewish enough because I wasn’t raised in a Jewish household," Giselle Fernandez said
What does a Jew who doesn’t fancy the traditional visit to a Chinese restaurant do on Christmas Eve? Watch "Fiddler on the Roof."
Bela Fleck, the banjo virtuoso, continues to take the instrument most closely identified with country and blue grass into musical realms
A senior living residence is generally not the setting for an offbeat romantic film. “The Second Time Around,” is the exception.
Michael Zegen has played good guys, a gangster and a zombie, but in season 2 of “Maisel,” he has his juiciest and most personal role to date.
Documentarian David Anton got the man known worldwide as Captain Kirk to share — of all things — a cherished Hanukkah memory.
20-minute short “Tzeva Adom: Color Red,” released in November 2017, is a finalist in the Cannes Film Festival’s Emerging Filmmaker Showcase.
Dov Rosenblatt recalls playing at Rockwood Music Hall during the summer of 2017 with Ami Kozak and Duvid Swirsky, his bandmates of Distant Cousins.
How does “a Jewish virtual outreach organization” without a building of its own, that doesn’t charge dues or have a paid staff, get Blue Note
“Hairspray”'s Marissa Jaret Winokur is returning to the musical theater stage as the good witch Glinda in “The Wonderful Winter of Oz.”
Where and when to see theater, concerts and events with Jewish connections around Los Angeles this holiday season.
Members of the Tribe are on camera and behind the scenes in this cinematic holiday mix of comedy, drama, animation and prestige pictures.
Tony Award-winning Broadway musical “Come From Away,” opens Nov. 28 at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.
“On the Basis of Sex” zeros in on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s early career, marriage and the landmark case that set her on the path to greatness. 
Master chef Michael Solomonov and restaurateur Steven Cook introduced Angelenos to their latest cookbook, “Israeli Soul.” 
Take a look at the Members of the Tribe who are taking over television, theater and film this winter 2018.
Three generations struggle with the fallout in the aftermath of a horrific tragedy in Wendy Graf’s play “Exit Wounds,”
“Nightmare visions you can dance to.” That’s what Ron Kadish, Daniel Kahn’s publicist, says about “The Butcher’s Share,” by the klezmer group
“Green Book” is about a black pianist and the white driver/bodyguard he hires for a concert tour through the segregated South in 1962.
Almost a year after playwright Sam Shepard’s death, local director Kymberly Harris decided to stage Shepard’s iconic 1983 play “Fool for Love”
When actors talk about tackling the works of Shakespeare, they talk about richly layered villains, eloquent lovers and the “Everests”
In 1987, Colorado Senator Gary Hart appeared to be a shoo-in as the Democratic Party’s 1988 nominee for president, until his campaign
“The Waldheim Waltz” choreographs the agile steps of one of the more strange actors in recent world history,
Acclaimed for such films as “The Troupe,” “Rage and Glory,” “Past Life” and  “Dizengoff 99,” Israeli film director Avi Nesher is headed to LA
A diverse lineup of features, documentaries and short films will be presented at the 32nd Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles
Longtime friends Shlomi Eldar, an Iraqi Jew, and Gassan Abbas, an Arab, were both born in Israel but feel like strangers in their country.
The 10th annual Reel Recovery Film Festival & Symposium (RRFF), which runs through Oct. 30 in Los Angeles, describes itself as a
Conceived as a one-man show and first presented nearly 30 years ago in Los Angeles, Chazz Palminteri’s “A Bronx Tale” will come full circle
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