Tuesday, May 26

Spring Sing Profile: Hooligan Theatre Company

For Hooligan Theatre Company’s Spring Sing co-writers and directors Sara Ashley Beil and Aaron Fish, it was the moments after delivering their Spring Sing pitch to their ensemble after weeks of a creatively draining scripting process that were the most nerve-wracking. Read more...

Photo: The student-run Hooligan Theatre Company ensemble will take the stage at Spring Sing 2014 for the second time Friday, set to perform a variety number. Their performance will be a four-minute musical romp, centralized around an undisclosed theme. (Jessica Zhou/Daily Bruin)

Students present ‘A Night of Jazz’ at Kerckhoff concert series

Kerckhoff Coffee House will be tinged with an air of nostalgia and sent back in time through fresh takes on jazz standards. Four ethnomusicology students will take the stage Monday night with their renditions for “A Night of Jazz,” presented by the Cultural Affairs Commission Concert Series. Read more...

Photo: Monday night, CAC presents “A Night of Jazz,” featuring ethnomusicology students, including second-year students Natalie Brainin (left) and May Claire La Plante (right), as well as first-year student Ryan Nealon (center). (Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Alex Sloane expands musical style, stage persona as career advances

Alexandria Pickell’s unnaturally blonde hair, spider-like eyelashes, and unconventional sense of style demand attention upon first glance. So much so that her alter ego as part-time indie pop-rocker Alex Sloane is practically exposed to the world. Read more...

Photo: First-year English student Alexandria Pickell, who performs under the stage name Alex Sloane, will perform for the second time at the famed Whisky A Go Go Saturday.

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