Thursday, May 24

Third-year theater student Ian McQuown rehearses for a production of Frank McGuiness' "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," about three men held hostage.

Theater students direct, perform in “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me,” a play about overcoming imprisonment

In an undisclosed location, trapped and concealed from the wonders of civilization, three men of Irish, American and English descent find themselves perturbed and perplexed as they attempt to find answers and keep sane over their current state of existence. Read more...

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Third-year theater student Ian McQuown rehearses for a production of Frank McGuiness' "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," about three men held hostage.

Third-year theater student Ian McQuown rehearses for a production of Frank McGuiness' "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me," about three men held hostage.




Third-year theater student Jake Rude and fourth-year theater student Heather Kellogg star as Niels Bohr and his wife Margarethe in "Copenhagen." The play is a dramatization of events right before World War II began.

UCLA students enact a conversation about nuclear research just before World War II in play “˜Copenhagen”

Just as the chaos of World War II was about to break out in Europe, two friends and colleagues sat down to have a conversation in Copenhagen, Denmark, about the future of nuclear research. Michael Frayn's award-winning dramatization of the night's events, "Copenhagen," is being presented tonight by the UCLA theater department. Read more...

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Third-year theater student Jake Rude and fourth-year theater student Heather Kellogg star as Niels Bohr and his wife Margarethe in "Copenhagen." The play is a dramatization of events right before World War II began.

Third-year theater student Jake Rude and fourth-year theater student Heather Kellogg star as Niels Bohr and his wife Margarethe in "Copenhagen." The play is a dramatization of events right before World War II began.

Roberto Cuoghi's portrait "Untitled, 2010" is featured at the Hammer Museum. (credit: Galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milano)

Roberto Cuoghi’s diverse collection of self-portraits, on display at the Hammer Museum, addresses universal theme of personal potential and re-assessment

Many people have probably wondered what they would be like if, say, they hadn't gone to UCLA, made their particular set of friends or picked their chosen major. Italian artist Roberto Cuoghi certainly isn't new to these musings. Read more...

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Roberto Cuoghi's portrait "Untitled, 2010" is featured at the Hammer Museum. (credit: Galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milano)

Roberto Cuoghi's portrait "Untitled, 2010" is featured at the Hammer Museum. (credit: Galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milano)

"Cezanne" by alumnus Allan deSouza is now displayed at Fowler Museum. (courtesy of Talwar Gallery, NY)

Alumnus Allan deSouza reworks famed masterpieces to explore feelings of displacement

Something about the colorful, pixilated print is familiar, and yet, it's not immediately clear why. Then the faint outline of Paul Cezanne's face emerges from the yellow, red and green patterns. The piece, "Cezanne," is a digitally altered version of Cezanne's famous self-portrait and hangs along similarly remastered works of some of the most well-known names in Western art. The artwork is part of "His Masters' Tools," an exhibition currently on display through May 29 at the Fowler Museum. Read more...

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"Cezanne" by alumnus Allan deSouza is now displayed at Fowler Museum. (courtesy of Talwar Gallery, NY)

"Cezanne" by alumnus Allan deSouza is now displayed at Fowler Museum. (courtesy of Talwar Gallery, NY)


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