Friday, November 16

Now starring as Jamey opposite Shannon Purser in "Sierra Burgess is a Loser," actor Noah Centineo first made waves as Peter Kavinsky in "To All the Boys I've Loved Before."
(Courtesy of Netflix)

Q&A: Noah Centineo discusses his favorite movies and chemistry with co-stars

Noah Centineo first captured the internet’s collective heart as Peter Kavinsky in “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” Now starring as Jamey, a popular yet sensitive jock in “Sierra Burgess is a Loser,” Centineo spoke to the Daily Bruin about his new film, adolescent relationships and the appeal of the soulful jock. Read more...

Photo: Now starring as Jamey opposite Shannon Purser in "Sierra Burgess is a Loser," actor Noah Centineo first made waves as Peter Kavinsky in "To All the Boys I've Loved Before." (Courtesy of Netflix)

Now starring as Jamey opposite Shannon Purser in "Sierra Burgess is a Loser," actor Noah Centineo first made waves as Peter Kavinsky in "To All the Boys I've Loved Before."
(Courtesy of Netflix)

Alumnus Michael Starr stars in Reprise 2.0’s production of “The World Goes ‘Round,” a musical review featuring songs by composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb, known for their musicals “Chicago” and “Cabaret.” 
(Courtesy of Tom Drucker)

Alumnus to star in unique production of musical ‘The World Goes ‘Round’

Michael Starr viewed “Gigi,” one of the original Reprise company’s final shows, as a student. Now, the alumnus will star in Reprise 2.0’s production of “The World Goes ‘Round.” Opening Sept. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Michael Starr stars in Reprise 2.0’s production of “The World Goes ‘Round,” a musical review featuring songs by composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb, known for their musicals “Chicago” and “Cabaret.” (Courtesy of Tom Drucker)

Alumnus Michael Starr stars in Reprise 2.0’s production of “The World Goes ‘Round,” a musical review featuring songs by composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb, known for their musicals “Chicago” and “Cabaret.” 
(Courtesy of Tom Drucker)

"The Carton Tongue," a fictional short film created for an intensive summer film program, portrays the struggles many LGBTQ individuals face around the world. Blake McCormack plays Mourad, the closeted Moroccan jailer who encounters his imprisoned former lover. 
(Courtesy of Chelsea Giles)

Student short film hopes to expand depictions of LGBTQ community beyond US

Two former lovers circumvent their roles as prisoner and prison guard as they pass messages to each other through the inside of a milk carton in “The Carton Tongue.” The short film follows Salam, an imprisoned journalist and gay rights activist in Morocco who discovers that his jailer is his closeted former lover, Mourad. Read more...

Photo: "The Carton Tongue," a fictional short film created for an intensive summer film program, portrays the struggles many LGBTQ individuals face around the world. Blake McCormack plays Mourad, the closeted Moroccan jailer who encounters his imprisoned former lover. (Courtesy of Chelsea Giles)

"The Carton Tongue," a fictional short film created for an intensive summer film program, portrays the struggles many LGBTQ individuals face around the world. Blake McCormack plays Mourad, the closeted Moroccan jailer who encounters his imprisoned former lover. 
(Courtesy of Chelsea Giles)

G-Eazy came onstage in a car part way through his set in the FivePoint Amphitheatre, having made an outfit change into a white shirt and overalls. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Concert review: G-Eazy at the FivePoint Amphitheatre

G-Eazy wore socks with sandals to rap the night away. After five openers dragging on, the rapper, also known as Gerald Earl Gillum, finally took the stage at the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, emerging from smoke at 9:45 p.m. Read more...

Photo: G-Eazy came onstage in a car part way through his set in the FivePoint Amphitheatre, having made an outfit change into a white shirt and overalls. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

G-Eazy came onstage in a car part way through his set in the FivePoint Amphitheatre, having made an outfit change into a white shirt and overalls. (Michael Zshornack/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Drag queens Ginger Minj and Bob the Drag Queen star as Catastrawberry and Cocoa Fondue in the short film “The Cocoa Fondue Show,” which goes behind the scenes of a fictional variety show. 
(Courtesy of Andrew Arnold)

Alumnus looks to expand portrayals of drag with new short film

Drag and “30 Rock” blend to create “The Cocoa Fondue Show.” Inspired by the high profile drag queens on “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” alumnus Andrew Arnold’s short film follows fictional starlet Cocoa Fondue as she sets out to create her own variety show. Read more...

Photo: Drag queens Ginger Minj and Bob the Drag Queen star as Catastrawberry and Cocoa Fondue in the short film “The Cocoa Fondue Show,” which goes behind the scenes of a fictional variety show. (Courtesy of Andrew Arnold)

Drag queens Ginger Minj and Bob the Drag Queen star as Catastrawberry and Cocoa Fondue in the short film “The Cocoa Fondue Show,” which goes behind the scenes of a fictional variety show. 
(Courtesy of Andrew Arnold)

Gina Kim, a professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, combined home videos and 12 years worth of footage for her documentary “Faces of Seoul.” She aimed to capture her memories of the locations she frequented as a child. (Courtesy of Gina Kim)

Professor’s film on transformation of Seoul adapted into book

Gina Kim filmed the wreckage of a collapsed Seoul department store in 1995. The footage was part of her attempt to retain memory of what her city was once like before it went through significant infrastructural change. Read more...

Photo: Gina Kim, a professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, combined home videos and 12 years worth of footage for her documentary “Faces of Seoul.” She aimed to capture her memories of the locations she frequented as a child. (Courtesy of Gina Kim)

Gina Kim, a professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, combined home videos and 12 years worth of footage for her documentary “Faces of Seoul.” She aimed to capture her memories of the locations she frequented as a child. (Courtesy of Gina Kim)

Reprise 2.0, a reboot of an old theater company, will stage "Sweet Charity" on June 20 at the Freud Playhouse in partnership with UCLA. Theater department chair Brian Kite said students will take an active role in the production process.  (Courtesy of Peter Goldman)

UCLA students collaborate with Broadway professionals in ‘Sweet Charity’

Reprise 2.0 will rise from its predecessor’s ashes with a production of “Sweet Charity,” pairing UCLA students with Broadway stars. Tony Awards winner Kathleen Marshall, director of “Anything Goes” and “The Pajama Game,” will direct the production, opening June 20 at the Freud Playhouse. Read more...

Photo: Reprise 2.0, a reboot of an old theater company, will stage "Sweet Charity" on June 20 at the Freud Playhouse in partnership with UCLA. Theater department chair Brian Kite said students will take an active role in the production process. (Courtesy of Peter Goldman)

Reprise 2.0, a reboot of an old theater company, will stage "Sweet Charity" on June 20 at the Freud Playhouse in partnership with UCLA. Theater department chair Brian Kite said students will take an active role in the production process.  (Courtesy of Peter Goldman)