The Bimbos Theatre Co. board smiles together. Co-founder Kaity Cairo said the group strives to give a voice to women who are often undermined in theater. (Courtesy of Kaity Cairo and Trystan Forson)
The Bimbos are bringing women to the forefront of theater.
Second-year theater students Kaity Cairo and Trystan Forson are the co-founders of Bimbos Theatre Co., which aims to provide a community for women to create their productions without any barriers.
This post was updated April 4 at 8:42 p.m.
Instead of trying to fit into society’s boxes, Nancy Beverly produced a new world.
As a writer and staff member of The UCLA Foundation’s accounting and treasury teams, Beverly wrote, produced and will star in the one-person show “Sister From Another Planet” that is premiering at the Hollywood Fringe Festival on Saturday, Beverly said.
For his work on “Camelot,” Lap Chi Chu has been theatrically knighted with the title of “Tony Award Nominee.”
The professor and head of lighting design at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television recently received a Tony Award nomination for Best Lighting Design of a Musical for his work on Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot.” The 1960s musical returned to the stage last month with a new book written by Aaron Sorkin.
This post was updated May 21 at 9:00 p.m.
Bruin talent took center stage at the 78th annual Spring Sing.
On Friday, 12 acts composed of dance, music and spoken word elements took the Spring Sing stage at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
Comedically conducting Spring Sing, Company is tuning absurdity in the student experience.
The sketch comedy troupe serves as master of ceremonies for UCLA’s annual Spring Sing music competition, said Company member and fourth-year data theory student Bennett Cohen, creating around 10 sketches each season.
Outspoken is speaking out on the value of art.
The student-led performance group is making a return to the Spring Sing stage this Friday following its win last year.
Icarus Contemporary is going the distance in its return to the Spring Sing stage.
Breaking away from its previous contemporary Spring Sing performances, the student-run dance team is opting for an upbeat, jazz-inspired routine to explore themes of self-expression and empowerment at this year’s event on Friday.
For the first time since its founding in 1986, Samahang Modern is taking the Spring Sing stage.
The competitive dance team will be performing an open-style set that is a variation of its piece presented at Ultimate Brawl, another dance competition, said third-year chemical engineering student and general member Sofia Odeste.
“Sharty” is turning on the nozzle for a soirée of social hierarchy and masculinity.
Untitled Theatre Company’s production of “Sharty” will be partying on the stage in 1330 Macgowan Hall beginning Friday.
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