Thursday, November 15


One-man show traces one man’s life

Monday, April 1, 1996 By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff Of all the people who could play famous film and stage star John Barrymore, none are more deserving or could have played the part more magnificently than stage actor Nicol Williamson. Read more...


‘Heart’ delivers message in modern dance

‘Heart’ delivers message in modern dance Self-sufficiency, power of women conveyed via historical dance pieces By Elizabeth Bull Daily Bruin Contributor Janet Eilber, co-director of the American Dance Repertory Company, remembers spending hours in a studio with dance legend Martha Graham perfecting her "Lamentations" and learning a little something about modern dance. Read more...



‘Headless’ grips audience

‘Headless’ grips audience By Dina Gachman Daily Bruin Contributor One night in New York, several strangers wander into a dingy topless bar, unaware that they are about to experience the most frightening and intense night of their lives. Read more...


‘Tarantella’ dances its way to big screen

‘Tarantella’ dances its way to big screen Sorvino attracted to UCLA film students’ emotional script By Dina Gachman Daily Bruin Contributor Richard Hoblock’s screenplay for "Tarantella" did not capture the imagination of actors and producers by having a big budget or its studio backing. Read more...


Actor pursues first love with ‘Kiss’ at Ahmanson

Actor pursues first love with ‘Kiss’ at Ahmanson Dorian Harewood returns to singing as Valentin in Terrence McNally classic By Jennifer Richmond Daily Bruin Senior Staff Actor Dorian Harewood got his start singing with Bette Davis in the musical, "Miss Moffat." It was the legendary star who convinced him to focus on a career in acting. Read more...