Hamid Rahmanian is the director, producer and creator of “Feathers of Fire: A Persian Epic,” a shadow puppet performance based on the book “Shahnameh: The Epic of the Persian Kings” and set to premiere at the Freud Playhouse Friday. (Courtesy of Fictionville Studio)
Hamid Rahmanian is the director, producer and creator of “Feathers of Fire: A Persian Epic,” a shadow puppet performance based on the book “Shahnameh: The Epic of the Persian Kings” and set to premiere at the Freud Playhouse Friday. (Courtesy of Fictionville Studio)

Fourth-year English student Jeremy Ortiz, who is also an artistic director of hip-hop dance team NSU Modern, will perform with his team at Battle Royale Thursday at 333 Live. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year English student Jeremy Ortiz, who is also an artistic director of hip-hop dance team NSU Modern, will perform with his team at Battle Royale Thursday at 333 Live. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)


Comedy group Company will perform live skits and project videos in between talent acts at Spring Sing on Saturday. The performers teach each other their individual skills to prepare for the show. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)
Comedy group Company will perform live skits and project videos in between talent acts at Spring Sing on Saturday. The performers teach each other their individual skills to prepare for the show. (Jennifer Hu/Daily Bruin)

Second-year psychology student Delanie Melbon (left), second-year nursing student Kathryn Yang (center) third-year political science and communication studies student Rachel Lea Fishman (left) are three members of the stage crew in charge of this year’s Spring Sing. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)
Second-year psychology student Delanie Melbon (left), second-year nursing student Kathryn Yang (center) third-year political science and communication studies student Rachel Lea Fishman (left) are three members of the stage crew in charge of this year’s Spring Sing. (Anisha Joshi/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Hanna Girma curated a show with pieces from Black female artists. The show explored the Black female body, comparing it to the wax in a lost-wax bronze casting, and how its objectification, compared to the bronze, continues to perpetuate in modern society. (Zinnia Moreno/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year world arts and cultures student Hanna Girma curated a show with pieces from Black female artists. The show explored the Black female body, comparing it to the wax in a lost-wax bronze casting, and how its objectification, compared to the bronze, continues to perpetuate in modern society. (Zinnia Moreno/Daily Bruin)

(Daniel Lee/Daily Bruin)
(Daniel Lee/Daily Bruin)


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