"Castle," "Chicago Fire," "Dallas," "Grey's Anatomy," "Private Practice" and "Switched at Birth" earned Imagen nominations for top primetime program.
Wanda De Jesus
As with all such carte-blanche extravaganzas (increasingly rare in this cautious Hollywood age), it exudes an undeniable fascination — at least for a while.
Why bring back "La Cage aux Folles" only five years after its first Broadway revival?
With both arms intact, Venus, the Goddess of Love, travels from Olympus to visit dear mortals in order to spread a little beauty, grace and considerable comic abandon in "Cupid and Psyche."
"Let the church chillax," instructs Andre De Shields' deeply funky pastor in Classical Theater of Harlem's revival of "Black Nativity."
Mother knows best -- and shoots straight -- in "Illegal Tender," a Latin-flavored crime meller propelled by a throbbing soundtrack that fuses hip-hop, salsa and Reggaeton to muy bueno effect. The…
The 10th L.A. Latino Intl. Film Festival wrapped Sunday with Luis Estrada's Mexican satire "Un Mundo Maravilloso" (A Wonderful World) taking home the Rita Award for best film. Pic's Damian Alcazar…
Claudia Llosa's debut film, the imaginative "Madeinusa," is a classically made yet personally accented fable about the clash between old and new in a strange Andean village in Peru. With a terrific…
In its world premiere at the Classical Theater of Harlem, "Caligula" pounces like a tiger on the stage. Savage and beautiful, the play tears through conventions -- of the theater, of morality, of…
"Zumanity" is the first adults-only show in the long and successful history of Cirque du Soleil, but -- like many teens on their way to maturity -- the show has had its share of growing pains and…
"Blood Work" is a late-1940s Warner Bros. murder melodrama updated with a heart transplant. Clint Eastwood returns to the crime beat one more time with rudimentary potboiler material that enables him…