Thursday, September 19


Review: Child actors mimic adults in “˜Ã¼BUNG’

In one of the rare instances where lip-synching is not only engrossing but also applauded, the child actors of the Belgium-based theater company Victoria proved captivating as copycats in last Saturday night’s performance of writer/actor/director Josse De Pauw’s “üBUNG” at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse, drawing to an end UCLA Live’s second International Theatre Festival. Read more...


Lotus in Bloom

When it comes to the issue of misconceptions of Chinese culture and dance, Josephine Louie, artistic director of “Lotus Steps, 2004,” recounts the time when the bare midriff of a child dancer performing in the show was brought into question. Read more...





Give a wall flavor, but do it in good taste

Posters seem to be the primary wall decoration for people ages 15 to 25. Thus, college students flip through dozens of cumbersome albums in search of the perfect poster to legitimize their existence … or just make themselves look cool. Read more...



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