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Carol Danvers first debuted as Ms. Marvel in the 1960s, before being updated as Captain Marvel in 2012. As a member of the Avengers, Danvers has emerged as a feminist superhero. 
(Marvel Comics)
Carol Danvers first debuted as Ms. Marvel in the 1960s, before being updated as Captain Marvel in 2012. As a member of the Avengers, Danvers has emerged as a feminist superhero. 
(Marvel Comics)

Alumnus Howard Nourmand founded the creative production company Grand Jeté in 2003 after graduating from UCLA in 2000. 
(Courtesy of Howard Nourmand)
Alumnus Howard Nourmand founded the creative production company Grand Jeté in 2003 after graduating from UCLA in 2000. 
(Courtesy of Howard Nourmand)

UCLA alumni Drusilla Ray (left), Jessica Anderson-Gwin (top) and former Daily Bruin staffer Rhyn Cheung (right) competed at the Pacific Pole Championships, hosted by Pole Sport Organization in Los Angeles on Feb. 28. Anderson-Gwin and Ray placed first and fourth, respectively, in the professional division of the contest. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)
UCLA alumni Drusilla Ray (left), Jessica Anderson-Gwin (top) and former Daily Bruin staffer Rhyn Cheung (right) competed at the Pacific Pole Championships, hosted by Pole Sport Organization in Los Angeles on Feb. 28. Anderson-Gwin and Ray placed first and fourth, respectively, in the professional division of the contest. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna Haley McHugh is currently starring as Erika in the Skylight Theatre Company's production, "Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea." The play, running until March 29, portrays its title character and his love affair with the lifeguard Erika. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Q&A: Alum Haley McHugh discusses theater, life as a professional actress

Haley McHugh entered the world of performance as a 3-year-old, cha-chaing across the stage in a community theater production. Since then, she founded and was president of her high school’s drama club, graduated from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and starred in various professional projects, such as Horton Foote’s play “Lily Dale.” She currently plays Erika in “Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea” at the Skylight Theatre Company in Los Angeles. Read more...

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna Haley McHugh is currently starring as Erika in the Skylight Theatre Company's production, "Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea." The play, running until March 29, portrays its title character and his love affair with the lifeguard Erika. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

Zhou Xiao Wei, graduate student in theater directing, wrote her play, "Begonia," based off the Qin Shou'ou novels "Begonia" and "Mabel."
(Courtesy of Michael Lamont)

UCLA graduate student directs play ‘Begonia’ to share Chinese tradition

An American man stands on stage, his body cloaked in a traditional red and gold Chinese robe, his head adorned with an extravagant headdress. The stark contrast between the actor’s origins and his role as a Chinese Peking opera performer highlights the two main messages Zhou Xiao Wei, a student of theater directing who goes by “Smile” said she wishes to convey in her play “Begonia” – the importance of sharing traditions and the combination of cultures. Read more...

Zhou Xiao Wei, graduate student in theater directing, wrote her play, "Begonia," based off the Qin Shou'ou novels "Begonia" and "Mabel."
(Courtesy of Michael Lamont)

Teaching assistant and master of fine arts candidate Nathan Zeidman moved from Philadelphia to Los Angeles where his ability to work outside year-round has allowed his work to shift aesthetics toward lighter, more vibrant colors. 
(Max Himmelrich/Daily Bruin)
Teaching assistant and master of fine arts candidate Nathan Zeidman moved from Philadelphia to Los Angeles where his ability to work outside year-round has allowed his work to shift aesthetics toward lighter, more vibrant colors. 
(Max Himmelrich/Daily Bruin)


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