A magician may never reveal their secrets, but the Magic and Illusion Student Team is ready to break the rules.
Bringing spectacles from Bruin Walk to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, MIST is a student-led organization dedicated to sharing the art of performance magic with the UCLA community.
“Aladdin” is granting audiences far more than three wishes to come true.
Based on Disney’s 1992 animated film, the hit Broadway musical “Aladdin” has returned to Los Angeles, parading a fresh yet familiar approach to the Academy Award-winning comedy.
The age-old concept of dinner and a movie is embracing a new meaning at the UCLA Film & Television Archive.
Friday will open the inaugural weekend of the archive’s ongoing “Food and Film” series, a program developed in partnership with the Hammer Museum and chef Alice Waters.
This post was updated Aug. 6 at 6:15 p.m.
“Les Misérables” has been revitalized with a fervor beyond audiences’ wildest dreams.
Producer Cameron Mackintosh’s reconception of the beloved musical has reached California on its North American tour, bringing a galvanizing French drama to the heart of Los Angeles.
This season, musicians are catching rays and producing waves.
Now that summer has officially arrived following the solstice, shimmering sunlight is replacing the June gloom. From starlit, rock-infused ballads to folk songs by the hellfire, artists are bringing the lyrical heat this season.
This post was updated July 9 at 8:54 p.m.
“The Ants” is strikingly intelligent – and far from artificial.
Developed by Ramiz Monsef with the Geffen Playhouse’s Writer’s Room program, the horror-comedy play finds Nami (Nicky Boulos) trapped inside his brother Shahid (Ryan Shrime) and sister-in-law Meredith’s (Megan Hill) luxury home, equipped with an ultramodern security system known as The Brain (Hugo Armstrong).
This post was updated July 2 at 5:38 p.m.
This summer’s television releases are shining as bright as the sun.
The highly anticipated shows on this season’s lineup are guaranteed to bring the heat.
This post was updated June 13 at 8:17 p.m.
Eunice Choi is no longer afraid of getting personal.
The graduate student in design media arts incorporates her curiosities into a variety of material projects, including interactive sculptures and performative objects.
The small screen’s current asexual representation is producing nothing but static.
Asexuality, which is generally defined by a lack of sexual attraction, has steadily become more visible in tandem with LGBTQ+ activism in recent years.
A celebration of spirited culture powered the film reel in the James Bridges Theater on Monday.
Bruin cinema lovers flocked to the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s inaugural Asian and Pacific Islander Film Night on Monday evening.
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