Tuesday, August 20

"The Big Bang Theory" sets are being added to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, and Steve Holland, the show's writer and co-producer, predicts that Sheldon's seat on the couch will be a well-worn spot. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

‘The Big Bang Theory’ sets take the stage on Warner Bros. tour after show’s end

This post was updated July 1 at 2:00 p.m. New sets will arrive with a bang on the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood. Beginning June 28, “The Big Bang Theory” stage, “Stage 25,” joined the company’s studio tour, allowing fans to experience backdrops like Apartment 4A and the California Institute of Technology Physics Department cafeteria. Read more...

Photo: "The Big Bang Theory" sets are being added to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, and Steve Holland, the show's writer and co-producer, predicts that Sheldon's seat on the couch will be a well-worn spot. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

"The Big Bang Theory" sets are being added to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood, and Steve Holland, the show's writer and co-producer, predicts that Sheldon's seat on the couch will be a well-worn spot. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)


Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff,  which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Student attributes success in ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ to hard work, drive

The third time was the charm for Lorenzo Rangel-Santos’ “So You Think You Can Dance” audition. The fourth-year dance student is currently competing on season 16 of the TV dance competition where he has advanced to the academy round in the show’s most recent episode. Read more...

Photo: Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff, which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff,  which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)






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