Friday, November 16

(Mavis Zeng/Daily Bruin)
(Mavis Zeng/Daily Bruin)

UCLA and LCC Theatre Company alumni took the stage at the Northwest Campus Auditorium to discuss Asian-American representation in the media. With the recent representation, especially the popularity of “Crazy Rich Asians," food stylist and culinary producer Janet Lo said she hopes it becomes more than just a trend. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
UCLA and LCC Theatre Company alumni took the stage at the Northwest Campus Auditorium to discuss Asian-American representation in the media. With the recent representation, especially the popularity of “Crazy Rich Asians," food stylist and culinary producer Janet Lo said she hopes it becomes more than just a trend. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Salia Sanou, the inaugural recipient of the Alma Hawkins Memorial Chair for UCLA's world arts and cultures/dance department, will present "Dancing Across Borders" on Thursday. Sanou plans to play videos at the event, perform a solo dance and deliver a short talk to share his perspective on the relationship between one's body and the world. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)
Salia Sanou, the inaugural recipient of the Alma Hawkins Memorial Chair for UCLA's world arts and cultures/dance department, will present "Dancing Across Borders" on Thursday. Sanou plans to play videos at the event, perform a solo dance and deliver a short talk to share his perspective on the relationship between one's body and the world. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

Alumna Angelica Chéri, who grew up hearing stories about her great-great-aunts, has created a musical based off their lives as outlaws. Excerpts from the musical will be featured at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Musicals in New York City. (Courtesy of B W Banks)
Alumna Angelica Chéri, who grew up hearing stories about her great-great-aunts, has created a musical based off their lives as outlaws. Excerpts from the musical will be featured at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Festival of New Musicals in New York City. (Courtesy of B W Banks)

(Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)
(Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Tim Chiou and Julia Cho star in “Two Mile Hollow,” a comedic parody meant to examine white privilege. Through casting Asian-American actors in stereotypically white roles, Chiou said they aim to debunk the preconceived notions of being a minority. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)
Tim Chiou and Julia Cho star in “Two Mile Hollow,” a comedic parody meant to examine white privilege. Through casting Asian-American actors in stereotypically white roles, Chiou said they aim to debunk the preconceived notions of being a minority. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of David James/Lucasfilm)
(Courtesy of David James/Lucasfilm)


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