Evelina Fernández’s poignant new play, set in 1968, focuses on a Boyle Heights mother in a world gone awry.
Alex Gibney has become the filmic Freud of frauds, a master at dissecting sparkly but flawed personalities.
Idris Goodwin’s play revolves around two hip-hop performers, one black and one white, who have been friends since childhood.
All of Jeffrey Wright’s acting skills can’t quite elevate O.G. beyond being a solid and dignified tale.
Playwright Boni B. Alvarez dramatizes the experience of six Filipinas temporarily inhabiting a one-bedroom flat near Los Angeles’ well-to-do Hancock Park neighborhood.