Wednesday, November 21


Alumna Gabby So created her own one-woman show "Struggle for Happiness," which she premiered in Hong Kong. She will now be performing the show in New York City from Tuesday to Sunday at the Studio Theatre of Theatre Row.  (Courtesy of Ken Yeung)

Alumna actress conquers artistic dependence through self-production

Gabby So first fell in love with theater when she flew above the audience as the ghost of Catherine Earnshaw in a stage adaptation of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” The UCLA alumna said she used to grapple with insecurity and a perceived lack of recognition as a theater actress. Read more...

Photo: Alumna Gabby So created her own one-woman show "Struggle for Happiness," which she premiered in Hong Kong. She will now be performing the show in New York City from Tuesday to Sunday at the Studio Theatre of Theatre Row. (Courtesy of Ken Yeung)

Alumna Gabby So created her own one-woman show "Struggle for Happiness," which she premiered in Hong Kong. She will now be performing the show in New York City from Tuesday to Sunday at the Studio Theatre of Theatre Row.  (Courtesy of Ken Yeung)

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Movie review: ‘The Shape of Water’

“The Shape of Water” makes audiences fall in love with a relationship between a mythical amphibian creature and a mute janitor. The plot of Guillermo del Toro’s latest film sounds a bit like an LSD-induced daydream: A mute janitor named Elisa (Sally Hawkins) falls in love with an amphibious creature (Doug Jones) that the U.S. Read more...

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Third-year art students Everett Babcock, Angel King and Lorena Ochoa (left to right) collaborated on a large, untitled art piece in their art show that will run until Dec. 12. The show also features individual sculptures and paintings from each of the artists. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Students tie experiences together with abstract sculptures, art show

Everett Babcock, Lorena Ochoa and Angel King made abstract sculptures out of wooden sticks, hot-pink foam and gray yarn for their latest art show. “Dyed In The Wool,” which is composed entirely of abstract sculptural pieces and paintings, opened Nov. Read more...

Photo: Third-year art students Everett Babcock, Angel King and Lorena Ochoa (left to right) collaborated on a large, untitled art piece in their art show that will run until Dec. 12. The show also features individual sculptures and paintings from each of the artists. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Third-year art students Everett Babcock, Angel King and Lorena Ochoa (left to right) collaborated on a large, untitled art piece in their art show that will run until Dec. 12. The show also features individual sculptures and paintings from each of the artists. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Vanessa Guzmán, a third-year art student, suffered from anxiety and panic attacks when she was a high school student. After being homeschooled and overcoming a two-year-long state of social isolation, she began exploring new mediums of art at her community college, such as performance art. Her exhibition "Ellos" was recently displayed in the Broad Art Center. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Student’s art exhibition spotlights nuances of human interaction

Vanessa Guzmán had her first panic attack in the middle of a high school math exam. Guzmán said she felt the walls closing in on her, and all the noises around her magnified. Read more...

Photo: Vanessa Guzmán, a third-year art student, suffered from anxiety and panic attacks when she was a high school student. After being homeschooled and overcoming a two-year-long state of social isolation, she began exploring new mediums of art at her community college, such as performance art. Her exhibition "Ellos" was recently displayed in the Broad Art Center. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Vanessa Guzmán, a third-year art student, suffered from anxiety and panic attacks when she was a high school student. After being homeschooled and overcoming a two-year-long state of social isolation, she began exploring new mediums of art at her community college, such as performance art. Her exhibition "Ellos" was recently displayed in the Broad Art Center. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)