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Aaron Mark's riveting play streams from the Public Theater of San Antonio in a riveting production starring Ginger Gamble Martel.
The indie Los Angeles DIV filmmaker talks about his latest endeavor.
This sprawling and colorful indie film chronicles the lives of dozens of 30-somethings as they attend a post-punk festival.
The festival continues to celebrate its 26th anniversary virtually and features live streaming Q&As.
Jonathan Tolins’ acclaimed solo comedy works fine as a streaming show, broadcast from the Russell Hill Rogers Theater’s stage.
Let's go! Retro review of the giallo genre.
Skateboarders and video game enthusiasts alike will be drawn in by this enjoyably nostalgic doc.
The cult director makes his first documentary about a healing technique he invented over 50 years ago.
Festival films will be available for streaming.
Cabaret, music, comedy, poetry, drama and dance are all offered virtually.
Music, an original work and cabaret. Zoom it all!
Here’s another archival ArtsBeatLA post from contributor Kurt Gardner.
Originally posted in Weird Movie Village, January 2010.
Let’s take a look at some actors who created great ch…
Music, new works and important news about theater are available at The Public's virtual theater this weekend.
Annie Golden is one of those fortunate performers who’s managed to do it all — stage, film, concerts and television. From CBGB to Hair to Sondheim, right up to her latest show, she’s a…
Another weekend of online entertainment, courtesy of the Public Theater of San Antonio.
Although it's unnecessarily lengthy and suffers from an overabundance of dialogue, Doleac's film provides some thrills and interesting twists.
A look back at some of director David Cronenberg's earlier, twisted films.
An affectionate look back at Talking Heads' two theatrical films.
Sam concludes his story.
Sherman talks about his remarkable career.
This intriguing documentary focuses on some of the rarest performers in the music business — female drummers.
One of the many casualties of this year’s canceled SXSW Festival is Drunk Bus, the feature debut from directors John Carlucci and Brandon LaGanke. It’s a ruefully funny film that deserve…
Matthew Salleh and Rose Tucker's documentary intimately explores humankind's longstanding relationship with canine companions.
Though modestly budgeted and deliberately paced, Joey Travolta's quietly moving film delivers the emotional goods.
San Antonio 'Hedwig' stars Roy Thomas and Morgan Clyde talk about the show with the Roxie Theatre's Jonathan Pennington.
The annual conference in Austin is presenting 99 world premiere features and speakers from all aspects of the entertainment industry.
Director Adriana Maggs' well-produced biopic is an unflinching look at the brief, tragic life of champion Canadian goaltender Terry Sawchuk.
Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian and Nicole Richie (to name a few) get the satirical treatment in Reality Queen!, a hilarious mockumentary about the inescapable reality show genre.
At age 21, the actor and musician Alex Wolff has already made his mark on the industry, both as an actor (Hereditary) and a musician. Now, he has added another couple of notches to his belt …
The 2017 Fringe award-winner returns with a topical new show.
The Fringe first-timer discusses his new show about the late, great video store culture.