Friday, November 15

Alumna Jane Kim makes art about moments that make her cry. The artist said she taps into her feelings for each of her pieces but goes into creation without any specific visual aesthetic in mind. (Courtesy of Jane Kim)
Alumna Jane Kim makes art about moments that make her cry. The artist said she taps into her feelings for each of her pieces but goes into creation without any specific visual aesthetic in mind. (Courtesy of Jane Kim)

Jade Suwanwanitch, a third-year biochemistry student, runs an Instagram account on which he posts his own digital art. Through a process of artistic experimentation, Suwanwanitch said he has been able to improve his art as seen in the progression on his page. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruins staff)
Jade Suwanwanitch, a third-year biochemistry student, runs an Instagram account on which he posts his own digital art. Through a process of artistic experimentation, Suwanwanitch said he has been able to improve his art as seen in the progression on his page. (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruins staff)

Physical storyteller Andrew Dawson said it was difficult for him as an aspiring actor to inhabit other characters, but with mime and physical theater, he has learned to tell stories using just his body. He will perform interpretations of "Space Panorama" and "Spirit of the Ring" at Royce Hall. (Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)
Physical storyteller Andrew Dawson said it was difficult for him as an aspiring actor to inhabit other characters, but with mime and physical theater, he has learned to tell stories using just his body. He will perform interpretations of "Space Panorama" and "Spirit of the Ring" at Royce Hall. (Keaton Larson/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Jeff Lorch)
(Courtesy of Jeff Lorch)

Artist Jasmina Metwaly has her installation “Anbar” on display at the Hammer Museum until January 19. Her work consists of three 15-minute documentary clips alongside costumes to tell a story about Egyptian military uniforms. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
Artist Jasmina Metwaly has her installation “Anbar” on display at the Hammer Museum until January 19. Her work consists of three 15-minute documentary clips alongside costumes to tell a story about Egyptian military uniforms. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)

(Courtesy of ABC/Eric McCandless)

Musical review: ‘The Little Mermaid Live!’ smoothly mixes mediums to bring viewers under the sea

This post was updated Nov. 6 at 10:39 p.m. The land meets the sea, and live performance meets animation in ABC’s newest musical production “The Wonderful World of Disney presents The Little Mermaid Live!” Following the lead of networks like Fox and NBC, ABC dipped its toes into live theater with a hybrid adaptation of the Disney animated classic “The Little Mermaid.” Not to be confused with Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid,” this production features the voices of Auli’i Cravalho as Ariel and Queen Latifah as Ursula, both of whom have familiarity with the musical film scene. Read more...

(Courtesy of ABC/Eric McCandless)

A group of migrants in northern Mexico waits for a train bound for the United States in 1915 during the opening scene of "La Víctima." The show, put on by the Latino Theater Company, tells the multigenerational story of the Villa and Mendoza families during the era of the Great Depression. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Latino Theater Company’s production of ‘La Víctima’ maintains relevance through decades

The Latino Theater Company’s international guest artist was scheduled to perform in October. Instead, she was detained and deported by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The situation contextualized and reinforced the work of the Latino Theater Company’s production of “La Víctima,” said actress and UCLA graduate acting student Noelle Franco. Read more...

A group of migrants in northern Mexico waits for a train bound for the United States in 1915 during the opening scene of "La Víctima." The show, put on by the Latino Theater Company, tells the multigenerational story of the Villa and Mendoza families during the era of the Great Depression. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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