Cuban-Spanish actress Ana de Armas is making her impact in Hollywood and showing that she is not afraid of taking big risks.
Diving into the psyche of its titular character, “Obi-Wan Kenobi” explores how Kenobi spent his time in between the “Star Wars” prequels and the original trilogy. The return of Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen as Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker–or in this case, Darth Vader–gives the show emotional moments as both come to terms with their respective fates.
“ELACtricity” is an anthology of actos and dramatic scenes that explores, deconstructs and reclaims narratives surrounding the experiences of Latino people in the United States.
Coming off the success of his last album “El Último Tour del Mundo,” Bad Bunny creates another hit. Summer started earlier this year with “Un Verano Sin Ti” (A Summer Without You).
Former president Barack Obama narrates the new documentary series from Netflix, “Our Great National Parks,” which celebrates National Parks all over the world.
During a virtual meetup Thursday, Independent Curator and Program Specialist Jennelyn Tumalad shared lessons learned as a first generation Black, Indigenous, and People of Color museum professional.
After enduring two years without live plays, the Theater Arts Department proves it has not lost its aptitude for putting on exceptional performances with Aristophanes’ “The Birds.”
In its first production in the Black Box Theater in two years, the Theater Arts Department adapts Aristophanes’ 414 B.C. Greek play “The Birds” co-directed by Vanessa Pellegrini and Joseph Darby.
The autobiographical musical “Tick, Tick…Boom!” tells the story of playwright Jonathan Larson, based on the year he turned 30 and his struggles as an artist.The story begins with a 29-year old writer in 1990, who turns 30 in a couple of days and questions his career choices of aspiring to be a musical composer in New York City.