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A scene from Thomas Adès' opera The Exterminating Angel, based on Luis Buñuel's 1962 surrealist film of the same name. Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera hide caption

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Buñuel's 'Exterminating Angel' Gets An Off-Kilter Screen-To-Stage Adaptation

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Actress Jenifer Lewis details her journey to the spotlight in her memoir, The Mother of Black Hollywood. Harper Collins hide caption

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Jenifer Lewis Of 'Black-ish' Reflects On Her Role As Black Hollywood's Mother

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