Wednesday, July 17

MARCHIONNO & MCCARTY

Rochelle Fabb (left) and Paul Outlaw play Anna Leonowens and Louis in "Annie Okay," an upcoming experimental theater piece at the UCLA Hammer Museum.
MARCHIONNO & MCCARTY

Rochelle Fabb (left) and Paul Outlaw play Anna Leonowens and Louis in "Annie Okay," an upcoming experimental theater piece at the UCLA Hammer Museum.

Bel Air Film Festival will screen films as world premieres

It's Thursday. You have options for tonight already lined up. There's a party on frat row, there's a cute person on your floor who wanted to grab dinner, your gym buddy who hasn't seen you since the first week is getting pushy. Well, here's one thing to add to your list: the Bel Air Film Festival.

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UCLA alumna and professional makeup artist Michelle Chung (right) and hairstylist Jamie Alban work on actress Jennifer Blaire for the movie "Dark and Stormy Night." Since graduating, Chung also worked on the set of "Untold Stories of the ER."

	courtesy of MICHELLE CHUNG
UCLA alumna and professional makeup artist Michelle Chung (right) and hairstylist Jamie Alban work on actress Jennifer Blaire for the movie "Dark and Stormy Night." Since graduating, Chung also worked on the set of "Untold Stories of the ER."

	courtesy of MICHELLE CHUNG

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Theater Review

Methinks the writer of “The Lieutenant of Inishmore” must have watched “The Boondocks Saints” once too often. Both, for example, focus on Irish characters encircled by violence, both fixate upon death as a comeuppance and (most importantly) both prominently feature a dead cat. Read more...

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"Away from Keyboard," a new exhibit at the New Wight Gallery, features work from several Design | Media Arts graduate students.
"Away from Keyboard," a new exhibit at the New Wight Gallery, features work from several Design | Media Arts graduate students.

The work of Richard Rodgers, one half of the musical-theater duo Rodgers and Hammerstein, will be the focus of the Reprise Rodgers Celebration this month.

Musical theater to honor mogul

Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, the famous duo responsible for such classics as "The Sound of Music," and "Oklahoma!" are often credited with laying the foundation for musical theater, and this month, Reprise Theatre Company will honor Rodgers for his contribution to the musical theater genre. Read more...

The work of Richard Rodgers, one half of the musical-theater duo Rodgers and Hammerstein, will be the focus of the Reprise Rodgers Celebration this month.


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