Monday, July 23


Graduate theater students Colin Simon, left, and Catherine Leong play Peter Trofimov and Charlotta in the upcoming play "The Cherry Orchard," which opens Friday night in Macgowan Little Theater.

	
Correction: The original caption for this photo misidentified Colin Simon.

Graduate theater students to perform Anton Chekhov’s play “˜The Cherry Orchard’ as both comedy, tragedy

Though Anton Chekhov's classic play "The Cherry Orchard" has been interpreted as both a tragedy and a comedy, UCLA theater graduate students bring out the lighter side of Russian history. Read more...

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Graduate theater students Colin Simon, left, and Catherine Leong play Peter Trofimov and Charlotta in the upcoming play "The Cherry Orchard," which opens Friday night in Macgowan Little Theater.


Correction: The original caption for this photo misidentified Colin Simon.

Graduate theater students Colin Simon, left, and Catherine Leong play Peter Trofimov and Charlotta in the upcoming play "The Cherry Orchard," which opens Friday night in Macgowan Little Theater.

	
Correction: The original caption for this photo misidentified Colin Simon.


Lyddan and Singer will star in Shakespeare at UCLA's production of "Richard III," directed by fourth-year atmospheric and oceanic sciences and American literature and culture student Marisa Tate.

Shakespeare at UCLA’s “˜Richard III’ play set in Stalin’s Russia

Marisa Tate had been brewing her image of King Richard III for quite some time. To the massive Shakespearian text, she added a dash of Stalinist Russia, drawing out the violence and deceit of Richard's world. Read more...

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Lyddan and Singer will star in Shakespeare at UCLA's production of "Richard III," directed by fourth-year atmospheric and oceanic sciences and American literature and culture student Marisa Tate.

Lyddan and Singer will star in Shakespeare at UCLA's production of "Richard III," directed by fourth-year atmospheric and oceanic sciences and American literature and culture student Marisa Tate.

Members of the Lebanese Social Club practice for their upcoming Culture Night performance, which takes place this Saturday in Kerckhoff Grand Salon.

Lebanese Social Club hopes to break Middle Eastern stereotypes in annual culture show

Most people can tell you Lebanon is situated in the Middle East. Some might even know its political role in the region. But few can probably talk about the Lebanese people and culture as distinct from other cultures of the region. Read more...

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Members of the Lebanese Social Club practice for their upcoming Culture Night performance, which takes place this Saturday in Kerckhoff Grand Salon.

Members of the Lebanese Social Club practice for their upcoming Culture Night performance, which takes place this Saturday in Kerckhoff Grand Salon.


Alumnus Colin O'Brien-Lux will perform in Deaf West Theatre's production of "The Adventures of Pinocchio." (courtesy of Colin O’Brien-Lux)

Alumnus O’Brien-Lux works with deaf and other hearing actors to present “˜The Adventures of Pinocchio’ play

As a child, 2010 theater alumnus Colin O'Brien-Lux sat for hours in the Deaf West Theatre in North Hollywood, playing Minesweeper while his father worked as a producer on stage. Read more...

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Alumnus Colin O'Brien-Lux will perform in Deaf West Theatre's production of "The Adventures of Pinocchio." (courtesy of Colin O’Brien-Lux)

Alumnus Colin O'Brien-Lux will perform in Deaf West Theatre's production of "The Adventures of Pinocchio." (courtesy of Colin O’Brien-Lux)


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