Wednesday, February 20

UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE
Members of the comedy group Upright Citizens Brigade will use information volunteered by UCLA students as the basis for their improv comedy show that will take place at Northwest Campus Auditorium Wednesday.

Upright Citizens Brigade team to bring laughter to campus with improv performance

Members of the Upright Citizens Brigade have absolutely nothing planned for their show Wednesday night "“ but that's what they are most excited about. Read more...

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UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE
Members of the comedy group Upright Citizens Brigade will use information volunteered by UCLA students as the basis for their improv comedy show that will take place at Northwest Campus Auditorium Wednesday.

UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE
Members of the comedy group Upright Citizens Brigade will use information volunteered by UCLA students as the basis for their improv comedy show that will take place at Northwest Campus Auditorium Wednesday.


Courtesy of MICHAEL LAMONT

Theater Review

"Break of Noon," playing at the Geffen Playhouse until March 6, opens with a gunshot, as John Smith shouts "Bang!" Played with on-and-off intensity by Kevin Anderson, John verbally replays the shooting that just happened at his office building. Read more...

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Courtesy of MICHAEL LAMONT

Courtesy of MICHAEL LAMONT

Fourth-year statistics and theater student Richie Ferris will be performing in 24-Hour Musical on Sunday at 8 p.m. in Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

24-Hour Musical mixes theater with charity

Actors run on stage with scripts, some forget their lines, and others just improvise. Putting together a musical in 24 hours may not be perfect, but that's not what matters to them "“ they want to have fun. Read more...

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Fourth-year statistics and theater student Richie Ferris will be performing in 24-Hour Musical on Sunday at 8 p.m. in Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Fourth-year statistics and theater student Richie Ferris will be performing in 24-Hour Musical on Sunday at 8 p.m. in Ackerman Grand Ballroom.

Fourth-year world arts and culture and global studies student Victor Cordon created a piece entitled "I'm Whitewashed. How about you?" for WACsmash!, an annual showcase for the work of undergraduate students in the WAC department. There will be four performances of the student-run production from Friday through Sunday.

Annual world arts and cultures showcase WACsmash! features undergraduate student performances of diverse mediums

When he's on the stage, third-year world arts and culture student Kenji Igus speaks with his shoes. Read more...

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Fourth-year world arts and culture and global studies student Victor Cordon created a piece entitled "I'm Whitewashed. How about you?" for WACsmash!, an annual showcase for the work of undergraduate students in the WAC department. There will be four performances of the student-run production from Friday through Sunday.

Fourth-year world arts and culture and global studies student Victor Cordon created a piece entitled "I'm Whitewashed. How about you?" for WACsmash!, an annual showcase for the work of undergraduate students in the WAC department. There will be four performances of the student-run production from Friday through Sunday.

Marzieh Vafamehr stars as Marzieh in "My Tehran for Sale," the first feature film from Iranian director Granaz Moussavi. The film will screen Friday, Feb. 18, at the Billy Wilder Theater as part of the "UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema" series.

	Credit: UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

Film Television Archive to curate annual film festival, ‘UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema’

Just out of jail, four women embark on a crusade to avenge the crimes patriarchy has inflicted upon their lives. Read more...

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Marzieh Vafamehr stars as Marzieh in "My Tehran for Sale," the first feature film from Iranian director Granaz Moussavi. The film will screen Friday, Feb. 18, at the Billy Wilder Theater as part of the "UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema" series.

Credit: UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

Marzieh Vafamehr stars as Marzieh in "My Tehran for Sale," the first feature film from Iranian director Granaz Moussavi. The film will screen Friday, Feb. 18, at the Billy Wilder Theater as part of the "UCLA Celebration of Iranian Cinema" series.

	Credit: UCLA FILM & TELEVISION ARCHIVE

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.


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