Don’t Worry, Not Everyone Thinks Your Liberal Arts Degree Is Useless

Studies show that the skills gained from a liberal arts education have more value in the long-term.

With the liberal arts under attack, Fareed Zakaria deconstructs our STEM obsession.



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As Expected, Alvin Ailey Delivers A Breathtaking Evening Of Dance

The company of Alvin Ailey. (Photo by Paul Kolnik)

Whether you're a devout Ailey fan or completely new to dance, this company is sure to take your breath away.



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‘The Nation’ Celebrates Its 150 Year Anniversary With A New Documentary

The Nation's 150th Anniversary issue cover. (@thenation/Twitter)

Go behind-the-scenes of America's oldest weekly magazine in Barbara Kopple's latest documentary.



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USC Alumna Sabina Zuniga Varela Shares Her Personal Story And Her Role In 'Chavez Ravine'

Sabina Zuniga Varela (sabinazunigavarela.com)

Sabina shares her Chicano heritage, her passion for teaching, and her role in "Chavez Ravine"



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Love, Death, And Technology: The World Premier of 'Marjorie Prime'

Lois Smith and Frank Wood in "Marjorie Prime." Photo by Craig Schwartz.

A humble, honest look at the power of technology, love, and death.



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David Mamet’s ‘Race’ Attempts To Tackle Complicated Issues

Dominic Hoffan as Henry Brown in 'Race.' Photo by Craig Schwartz.

Guilt, discomfort, and shame— Mamet isn't afraid to talk about race. 



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Theater Review: 'Buyer & Cellar' At The Mark Taper Forum

Michael Urie in Jonathan Tolin's "Buyer & Cellar." Photo by Joan Marcus.

Angeleno humor, celebrity mystique, and Streisand trivia keeps audiences engaged. 



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Theater Review: 'Ghost: The Musical' At The Pantages

Steven Grant Douglas and Katie Postotnik as Sam and Molly. © Joan Marcus 2013.

While it doesn't hold up to the original 1990 film, 'Ghost: The Musical' is at least entertaining.



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Theater Review: 'The Last Confession' At The Ahmanson Theatre

Richard O’Callaghan and David Suchet in “The Last Confession.” Photo by Craig Schwartz

This Vatican-thriller starring David Suchet does not dissapoint.



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Theater Review: ‘Villon’ At Odyssey Theatre Ensemble

Peggy Ann Blow and Kevin Weisman in "Villon." Photo by Miki Turner.

This play about a murderous French poet falls flat.



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Theater Review: 'War Horse' At The Pantages

Joey and Topthorn in "War Horse" Photo by Brinkhoff/Mögenburg.

Winner of 5 Tony Awards, this masterpiece is definitely worth seeing while it's in town!



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Theater Review: 'What Kind of God?' At The Lillian Theatre

Father Bart (Robert Keasler) and Aaron (Brett Donaldson) in "What Kind of God?" Photo by Ted Augustyn.

This story about corruption in the Catholic Church falls flat with poor direction and a weak script.



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Theater Review: 'The Royale' At The Kirk Douglas Theatre

David St. Louis as Jay "The Sport" Jackson. Photo by Craig Schwartz.

The compelling story of the first African American heavyweight boxing champion.



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Theater Review: 'Fela!' At The Ahmanson Theatre

Adesola Osakalumi as Fela Anikulapo-Kuti in "Fela!" at the Ahmanson.

An incredibly energetic and vibrant piece of theater, Fela! is a musical you won't want to miss.



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Theater Review: 'American Buffalo' At The Geffen Playhouse

Ron Eldard, Freddy Rodriguez and Bill Smitrovich in American Buffalo. Photo by Michael Lamont.

This unnecessarily vulgar and lengthy play fails to hold the audience's attention.



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Theater Review: 'The Nether' At The Kirk Douglas

Jeanne Syquia interrogates Robert Joy in "The Nether". Photo by Craig Schwartz.

What happens when the line between the virtual world and the real world is blurred?



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Theater Review: 'End Of The Rainbow' At The Ahmanson

Tracie Bennett as Judy Garland in "End of the Rainbow". Photo by Craig Schwartz.

Bennett blows away audiences with her spectacular portrayal of Hollywood icon Judy Garland in this insightful musical-esque drama.



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Theater Review: 'Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth' At The Pantages

Heavyweight boxing champion and notorious celebrity Mike Tyson makes his stage debut in this riveting one-man show.



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Theater Review: 'The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Steve Jobs' At Theatre Asylum

Alex Lyras in "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs". Photo by Christina Xenos.

The highly controversial one-man show that exposes the grim truth about Apple and its former CEO.



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