Jonathan Shia is the editor of The Last Magazine.
In her ongoing collaboration with director Taylor Sheridan, the actress and student of indigenous rights continues to explore the contemporary Western genre and issues of identity in the new series Yellowstone.
In her début memoir, the young author recounts a life growing up the child of a convicted pot smuggler and fugitive from the law, reinforcing her relationship with her father and exploring the process of alchemizing her own past into memory.
To celebrate summer, the photography duo heads back to their idyllic hometown of San Clemente to capture a group of local surfers and longtime friends reveling in their youth.
The former teacher and stay-at-home mother, who was born deaf, originally signed up as a consultant for the recent revival of Children of a Lesser God, but ended up in a starring role, earning a Tony nomination for her stage début.
After a sold-out run in London, the young British actor makes his Broadway début in the record-breaking new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child as Albus Potter, a son dealing with the heavy legacy of his famous family name.
The British actor joins Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville in a vivid revival of O’Neill’s classic Long Day’s Journey into Night three years after his Tony-nominated turn in Skylight.
Starring opposite Saoirse Ronan twice in one week in The Seagull and On Chesil Beach, the British actor refuses the shy away from the darker aspects of human nature, even at the risk of discovering them in himself.
The Mexican actress finds the role of her career in the new Starz show Vida, one of the year’s most relevant new television series touching on gentrification, Latinx identity, and the LGBTQ community.
The French artist pulls from his studies in philosophy and epistemology to create swirling abstract paintings and mixed-media sculptures assembled from found materials that touch on the basis of knowledge and rationality in the search for ultimate truth.
For the young British actress, the coming-of-age of her character Tess—a young woman making her own way in a new city and a new job in Starz’s new show Sweetbitter—matches her own in a number of ways.