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As different as night and day

Wednesday, May 15, 1996 The Theater Department presents ‘The Possessed,’ an adaptation of Dostoevsky’s tale of anarchists in nineteenth century Russia, and ‘Stage Door,’ a lighthearted romp about 1930s theater, on alternating evenings. Read more...


Making it look easy…

Tuesday, May 14, 1996 Anthony Hopkins is one of film’s most accomplished actors, an Oscar favorite, and a knight. Today at UCLA he accepts the Spencer Tracy Award, adding another honor to his lengthy list.Despite an already impressive career as a stage actor, Anthony Hopkins still had a lot to learn about performance when he made his film debut in "The Lion in Winter." He started acting theatrically and spent some of his first scene fumbling to find his performance before costar Katherine Hepburn gave him a quick lesson about acting in film. Read more...



Making their Mark

Friday, May 13, 1994 The Wight Gallery’s newest exhibition of senior undergraduate art leaves conventional constraints behind ­ offering works of varying styles with only one common theme: their creators.By Kathleen Rhames Daily Bruin Contributor The seniors are graduating, and this year they want to go out with a bang. Read more...



Challenging taboos

Monday, May 13, 1996 By Kathleen Rhames Daily Bruin Contributor sian men don’t have small penises. There are photos to prove it. All you have to do is visit the Kerckhoff Art Gallery and all of your long-harbored stereotypes will vanish with a double take and a gasp. Read more...


Film Reviews

Friday, May 10, 1996 "Dead Man" Written and Directed by Jim Jarmusch Starring Johnny Depp and Gary Farmer Jim Jarmusch steps up once again as one of today’s most daring, imaginative directors with "Dead Man," a black and white, metaphorical Western starring Johnny Depp. Read more...