Wednesday, November 21

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MFA student Rebecca Guzzi combines her passion for history with costume design at Design Showcase West.
MFA student Rebecca Guzzi combines her passion for history with costume design at Design Showcase West.

Kelly Lester, UCLA Theater, Film and Television alumna and actress, performs in the Odyssey Theatre’s production of “Ionescopade.”

UCLA alumna takes on absurdist theater in ‘Ionescopade’

Traditional plays give actress Kelly Lester two hours to find her character’s arc. “Ionescopade” gives her a couple of minutes. UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna Lester has to utilize all of her acquired performing talents in the Odyssey Theatre’s production of “Ionescopade,” a musical revue created as a tribute to the playwright Eugéne Ionesco, one of the foremost figures of the theater of the absurd. Read more...

Kelly Lester, UCLA Theater, Film and Television alumna and actress, performs in the Odyssey Theatre’s production of “Ionescopade.”

Fifth-year geophysics student Alyssa Anderson practices for the 28th annual luau, presented by Hui O ‘Imiloa Hawai’i Club at UCLA, to be held tomorrow in the Ackerman Grand Ballroom.
Fifth-year geophysics student Alyssa Anderson practices for the 28th annual luau, presented by Hui O ‘Imiloa Hawai’i Club at UCLA, to be held tomorrow in the Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

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Performed by only four students, Act III’s “[title of show]” chronicles its own creation and is a play about the creation of a play.
Performed by only four students, Act III’s “[title of show]” chronicles its own creation and is a play about the creation of a play.

A look at the technical side of the Grammys

It takes over 4,500 employees to put on the Grammys each year, and most of them aren’t celebrities or performers. This year for the 55th annual Grammy Awards ceremony, the Grammy Producers and Engineers Wing reached out to the Daily Bruin offering a backstage tour of the technical side of the Grammys, so that the Bruin could bring secrets about what goes on behind the camera and below the stage to UCLA students. Read more...