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  • Comedians Fortune Feimster and Cameron Esposito perform in Las Vegas Saturday night

    Comedians Fortune Feimster and Cameron Esposito perform in Las Vegas Saturday night
    With Dinah Vegas, dubbed the “ultimate festival for lesbians,” in Las Vegas over the weekend, the Venetian opted to bring in some girls’ weekend talent to tickle their funny bones.
  • The power of comedy is subplot in agency war

    The power of comedy is subplot in agency war
    The defection of top agents from Creative Artists Agency to the smaller United Talent Agency this week has underscored the growing importance of comedy — and versatile comedic actors — to the entertainment business. CAA filed a lawsuit...

    Netflix announces 'Pee-wee's Big Holiday,' with Judd Apatow producing

    Netflix announces 'Pee-wee's Big Holiday,' with Judd Apatow producing
    It's official: Pee-wee is back for another big adventure. Netflix will distribute "Pee-wee's Big Holiday," a new movie starring Paul Reubens as the quirky 1980s stage and screen character Pee-wee Herman, the streaming company announced Tuesday....

    L.A. theater openings, Feb. 1-8: 'Seussical the Musical' and more

    L.A. theater openings, Feb. 1-8: 'Seussical the Musical' and more
    3-D Theatricals enlists Cathy Rigby for "Seussical the Musical," veteran talk-show host Dick Cavett plays himself in "Hellman v. McCarthy," and "SNL's" Darrell Hammond debuts a one-man show. The Adventures of Harold and the Purple Crayon Family-friendly...

    Former Chicagoan hopes to crash Super Bowl with Doritos ad

    Former Chicagoan hopes to crash Super Bowl with Doritos ad
    Marketers spend millions of dollars and many months gearing up for their annual Super Bowl commercials. Chicago native Scott Zabielski could crash the Feb. 1 game with an ad produced for $2,000 and in fewer than two weeks' work. Zabielski, whose day...