Sunday, March 24



UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna, Jessica Felix, has been writing and performing monthly with her sketch comedy team, Brute Squad, at Improv Olympic West in Hollywood.

UCLA alumna works way up into professional comedy world

For 35 hours a week, Jessica Felix works diligently as a barista in Brentwood and saves up her tips in an old pickle jar, relabeled "Hopes and Dreams" "“ not to pay for a Eurotrip or a new car, but for comedy lessons. Read more...

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UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna, Jessica Felix, has been writing and performing monthly with her sketch comedy team, Brute Squad, at Improv Olympic West in Hollywood.

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumna, Jessica Felix, has been writing and performing monthly with her sketch comedy team, Brute Squad, at Improv Olympic West in Hollywood.


Ian McQuown (center) and his roommates David Crane (left) and Nick Smith (right), all fourth-year theater students, are a part of  short-film production company Extremely Decent.

UCLA theater students run Extremely Decent, produce comedy sketches for college audiences

The members of the video production company Extremely Decent adorn their walls with an antler-bearing can of Keystone Light, dual guitars, a large starfish and the plush head of a snow leopard mounted above a mistletoe. Read more...

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Ian McQuown (center) and his roommates David Crane (left) and Nick Smith (right), all fourth-year theater students, are a part of short-film production company Extremely Decent.

Ian McQuown (center) and his roommates David Crane (left) and Nick Smith (right), all fourth-year theater students, are a part of  short-film production company Extremely Decent.


courtesy of T. KELLY MASON

	Tonight, Los Angeles artist T. Kelly Mason, along with two other speakers, will be leading a panel discussion titled "Materializing the Immaterial," which will address early 21st-century funerary practices and the differing methods of remembrance that follow.

Hammer Museum’s “˜Materializing the Immaterial’ panel to discuss funerary practices

Head held high and camera in hand, L.A. artist T. Kelly Mason walks deliberately past rows of writers, directors and actors. He takes a few shots without their permission, not caring if he catches their good side, or even any side of them at all. Read more...

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courtesy of T. KELLY MASON

Tonight, Los Angeles artist T. Kelly Mason, along with two other speakers, will be leading a panel discussion titled "Materializing the Immaterial," which will address early 21st-century funerary practices and the differing methods of remembrance that follow.

courtesy of T. KELLY MASON

	Tonight, Los Angeles artist T. Kelly Mason, along with two other speakers, will be leading a panel discussion titled "Materializing the Immaterial," which will address early 21st-century funerary practices and the differing methods of remembrance that follow.


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