During the 2017 Undergraduate Students Association Council results, members of Bruins United won two contested positions, while independent candidates won nine seats on next year’s council.
HOOLIGAN’s production of the musical “Anything Goes” features students with various north and south campus majors as tap-dancing sailors, criminals, and celebrities who sing and dance on an ocean liner heading to England from New York.
Hooligan Theater Company’s production of ”Footloose” opens Friday at 8 p.m. in the Freud Playhouse. The musical features UCLA students of different majors and skill levels singing and dancing in a variety of styles.
Whether just for fun or for a personal cause, participants tell their stories for dancing through the night.
Hundreds of students powered through 26 continuous hours of dancing for Dance Marathon. This year, Dance Marathon raised $434,515 to fight pediatric AIDS.
Thirteen student actors and a full orchestra tell the story of how two small-town Texas nobodies became renowned folk heroes and outlaws in Depression-era USA. The show, produced by Act III, opens Saturday in the Northwest Campus Auditorium and runs through this weekend.
“Othello,” written by Shakespeare and performed by students, opens for a preview in the Bruin Reception Room in Ackerman on Wednesday and runs until Friday. It compels its audiences to consider the tension, conflict and violence that arise from a misunderstanding of “the other,” as well as the human desire for power and control.
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