The curtain will open on a train filled with South Africans traveling to Johannesburg during apartheid. The instrumental music will go silent and the characters will begin to segregate on stage, singing, “White man go to Johannesburg, he come back, he come back / Black man go to Johannesburg, never come back, never come back.”
New York-based theater group SITI Company will be performing Kurt Weill’s 1949 musical “Lost in the Stars” at Royce Hall on Saturday and Sunday, featuring a chorus including several UCLA students and alumni.
Tara Turnbull first thought of the idea for her play during a high school science class.
She sat on a stiff stool at a long black lab table when a vision came to her: two students sitting on a hilltop, talking about life.
Daily Bruin A&E is following the Bruin Animated Filmmakers, a new club on campus, as they create a short animated film. In this week’s installment: the club’s revised targets and modeling the main character, Zombie Mike, and his environment.
Mark Royston’s number one rule for “Devised Puppetry Project” was “Don’t read the newspaper.” The articles tended to distract the actors as they built their puppets out of leftover Daily Bruin newspapers.
Daily Bruin A&E is following the Bruin Animated Filmmakers, a new club on campus, as they create a short animated film. In this week’s installment: an introduction to the club, the premise of their film and their storyboarding process.
Stephen Spies was working on a student film, “Young Americans,” when the director asked him to score an electronic beat for it. Spies only had experience with classical pieces, however, so he tried creating electronic sounds by recording himself clapping or sliding his fingers down a bass guitar to make it sound like a drop.
2016 was the year of the celebrity-endorsed Super Bowl commercial. On Sunday, everyone from Christopher Walken to Helen Mirren to Jeff Goldblum and Lil Wayne made their best, most random pitches to the 111.9 million viewers at home.
The Swingers looked up to jazz artists like Freddie Hubbard and Charlie Parker, yet never replicated their performances exactly.
The members of this seven-piece student jazz band used their love for classic jazz music to reinvent it in their own unique way.
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