The Unlikely Candidates’ high-energy performance began with a dramatic entrance – the loud banging of drums, flashing lights and lead vocalist Kyle Morris running onto the stage in a cheetah-print jacket.
Screaming in public is rarely acceptable.
But at alumna and assistant professor Lauren McCarthy and collaborator Kyle McDonald’s exhibition, that’s exactly what visitors will do.
For McCarthy and McDonald’s latest project, “How We Act Together,” visitors to the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts stand in front of a large video projection on the wall of the exhibition hall.
Audience members cheer and shout for male performers to take off their shirts at “Improvjectification” shows. But they aren’t attending a bachelorette party.
Eric Chad Ho created and co-hosts the comedy show “Improvjectification” at The Improv Space, which brings together male and female improvisers on the second Thursday of every month.
Hannah Kim invented a holiday to advertise her hand-printed chicken shirts.
Through her National Chicken Shirt Days, which occur sporadically throughout the year with the support of her friends, Kim grew her own T-shirt line under the name of CHINGOOZ, a word which translates to “friends” in Korean.
Warning: This post contains plot spoilers of “Underneath the Lintel: An Impressive Presentation of Lovely Evidences.”
Any librarian pales in comparison to one that travels from London to China to Australia in search of the borrower of an overdue book.
Diana Cheung dreamed of being a model as a child, but being 5 feet 3 inches tall she thought she would never be tall enough.
However, when the Fashion and Student Trends at UCLA hosted modeling auditions in fall 2016, the fourth-year psychology and human biology and society student decided to take a shot at the runway.
The UCLA-USC rivalry will step off the football field and into the Regal LA LIVE Studio 14.
Ten films directed by students at UCLA Extension and USC will screen at the Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival on Sept.
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