Sunday, July 22

Theater alumni Davis J Anderson, Calvin Brady and Zoe Yale play Philip, Oliver and Sylvia, respectively, in "The Pride." The play will alternate between two time periods, the 1950s and the present day, considering how stigmas about sexuality impact relationships.
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Theater alumni Davis J Anderson, Calvin Brady and Zoe Yale play Philip, Oliver and Sylvia, respectively, in "The Pride." The play will alternate between two time periods, the 1950s and the present day, considering how stigmas about sexuality impact relationships.
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

“Eurydice,” directed by alumna Roshni Shukla, modernizes the original Greek myth by focusing on the female protagonist Eurydice as she is forced to choose her life’s direction. (Courtesy of Rich McCarter)
“Eurydice,” directed by alumna Roshni Shukla, modernizes the original Greek myth by focusing on the female protagonist Eurydice as she is forced to choose her life’s direction. (Courtesy of Rich McCarter)

(Courtesy of Matthew Murphy)

Theater review: ‘On Your Feet!’

Gloria Estefan’s latest musical venture possessed colorful Latin flare that radiated beyond the proscenium stage. The ’90s Latin pop singer’s hit songs like “Turn the Beat Around” made their way to Pantages Theatre’s stage during Tuesday evening’s red carpet premiere. Read more...

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“The First Thing I Do When I Get Home,” a painting by alumna Hiejin Yoo, explores the feeling of freedom she experiences when she goes through the ritual of removing her bra every day, she said. 
(Courtesy of HieJin Yoo)
“The First Thing I Do When I Get Home,” a painting by alumna Hiejin Yoo, explores the feeling of freedom she experiences when she goes through the ritual of removing her bra every day, she said. 
(Courtesy of HieJin Yoo)

Reprise 2.0, a reboot of an old theater company, will stage "Sweet Charity" on June 20 at the Freud Playhouse in partnership with UCLA. Theater department chair Brian Kite said students will take an active role in the production process.  (Courtesy of Peter Goldman)
Reprise 2.0, a reboot of an old theater company, will stage "Sweet Charity" on June 20 at the Freud Playhouse in partnership with UCLA. Theater department chair Brian Kite said students will take an active role in the production process.  (Courtesy of Peter Goldman)

Sarah Rosalena Brady, a graduate student in design media arts, will debut her exhibition “Coyotes in Two Directions” on Thursday at the California NanoSystems Institute. The exhibition includes three art pieces which feature 3D scans of coyote paws, eagle talons and rattlesnake tails. Brady said she hopes to explore the inequalities embedded within various power structures with her art. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)
Sarah Rosalena Brady, a graduate student in design media arts, will debut her exhibition “Coyotes in Two Directions” on Thursday at the California NanoSystems Institute. The exhibition includes three art pieces which feature 3D scans of coyote paws, eagle talons and rattlesnake tails. Brady said she hopes to explore the inequalities embedded within various power structures with her art. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Justin Lui created a multimedia art piece out of contact lens packaging, light and moving images of waves in Los Angeles. The piece aims to convey the importance of environmental sustainability. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)
Alumnus Justin Lui created a multimedia art piece out of contact lens packaging, light and moving images of waves in Los Angeles. The piece aims to convey the importance of environmental sustainability. (Rachel Hefner/Daily Bruin)


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