Thursday, March 21

HOOLIGAN Theatre Company will present “You Can’t Take It with You,” which uncovers the comically uncomfortable meeting between the quirky Sycamore family and the conventional Kirby family. Although the play was first performed in 1936, its message of familial relationships makes the story timeless and relatable.
HOOLIGAN Theatre Company will present “You Can’t Take It with You,” which uncovers the comically uncomfortable meeting between the quirky Sycamore family and the conventional Kirby family. Although the play was first performed in 1936, its message of familial relationships makes the story timeless and relatable.

Fourth-year student Aza Steel’s company FratBoards brings together his two common loves: skateboarding and beer. FratBoards feature a paddle-board deck and built-in bottle opener.
Fourth-year student Aza Steel’s company FratBoards brings together his two common loves: skateboarding and beer. FratBoards feature a paddle-board deck and built-in bottle opener.

UCLA’s Street Dance Collective and Omega Sigma Tau will host BreakLA x Battle Royale at the Los Angeles Tennis Center, combining BreakLA’s break-dancing competition with Battle Royale’s dance crew competition for the first time.
UCLA’s Street Dance Collective and Omega Sigma Tau will host BreakLA x Battle Royale at the Los Angeles Tennis Center, combining BreakLA’s break-dancing competition with Battle Royale’s dance crew competition for the first time.

Second-year English student Yuuki Yamagiwa combines her acting and dancing skills to perform stage combat in “Fujiyama Ichiban,” a live stage show that brings the Japanese comic book’s superhero characters to life. Yamagiwa joined the cast last summer and performs as a character named Sakura.
Second-year English student Yuuki Yamagiwa combines her acting and dancing skills to perform stage combat in “Fujiyama Ichiban,” a live stage show that brings the Japanese comic book’s superhero characters to life. Yamagiwa joined the cast last summer and performs as a character named Sakura.

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Theater graduate students Alex Oberheide (left) and Adrienne Hertler (right) perform in “Eat the Runt.”
Theater graduate students Alex Oberheide (left) and Adrienne Hertler (right) perform in “Eat the Runt.”

UCLA alumna Karen Chuang landed a job as a backup dancer for Nicki Minaj’s “Pink Friday: RELOADED” tour, moving away from her younger Disney roles and validating her talent as a mature and versatile performer.
UCLA alumna Karen Chuang landed a job as a backup dancer for Nicki Minaj’s “Pink Friday: RELOADED” tour, moving away from her younger Disney roles and validating her talent as a mature and versatile performer.