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‘Art’ Dailey Theatre will present “Art” as the senior performing thesis of Jacob Tittl, Alon Dina and Jordan Randall at 7:30 p.m. March 6-11 and 2 p.m. March 9. General admission is $12, senior and faculty admission is $8 and student admission is $5. Sundays at the Morgan Sundays at the Morgan will present “Spirit of Ireland” with Michael Ryan & Friends at 6 p.m. March 9. There is... 

Schubert concert evokes emotion

Schubert concert evokes emotion
Grace Xia Zhao, artist-in-residence, performs with Dennis Trembly, a bass player from the Los Angeles Philharmonic, in the “Moment Musical” concert Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. / photo by Keenan Gilson Bernarda Carranza Staff Writer The music of Franz Schubert resonated through the walls and doors of Morgan Auditorium in the “Moment Musical” concert held on Feb. 16. The event, part of the monthly... 

Students perform opera classics

Students perform opera classics
Some of opera’s most famous pieces were performed in Morgan Auditorium Saturday night as a part of Opera Scenes, a course offered to students during January Interterm. The performance marked the end of the class and gave performers the opportunity to display what they have learned during the month-long course. / photo by Veronica Orozco    Read More →

Shakespeare poem praises rejection

Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer The La Verne Shakespeare Experience presented Misha Bouvion in her one-woman adaptation of “Venus and Adonis” in the Dailey Theatre on Feb. 14. “Venus and Adonis” is one of Shakespeare’s epic poems, narrating the life of Venus, goddess of love, being rejected by hunter Adonis. The stage was dimly lit, with one short stool as the anchor for all of Venus’ raging... 

Happenings

Comedy Night The Campus Activities Board will host a comedy night with Michael Pala­sack at 10 p.m. Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium. ‘Soul Lounge’ The Black Student Union will host “Soul Lounge” with Omega Psi Phi at 8-11 p.m. Thursday in the Campus Center Ballroom. ‘Art’ Dailey Theatre will present “Art” as the senior performing thesis of Jacob Tittl, Alon Dina and Jordan Randall at... 

Origami animals roam in ‘Hacer’

Origami animals roam in ‘Hacer’
Idania Arellano, senior criminology major, is drawn into the Harris Gallery by the vibrant colors and unique pieces from “Hacer: Shape Form Space.” The exhibit, which runs through March 6, combines paintings and steel sculptures to create geometric designs and larger-than-life paper animals. / photo by Katie Madden Erum Jaffrey Staff Writer A large steel magenta elephant towers a small violet mouse... 

Music Review: Broken Bells crack the code

Des Delgadillo Copy Chief “After the Disco,” the second collaborative effort from indie hallmarks Broken Bells, Shins frontman James Mercer and producer extraordinaire Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, sheds the skin of the duo’s self-titled debut and evolves into a gorgeously produced 11-track meeting of the minds. Born out of mutual admiration in 2008, Broken Bells felt like the obligatory... 

Senior project sparks inspiration

Cody Luk Assistant Arts Editor A six-foot black box sits in the middle of Sneaky Park while curious passersby walk inside to find a mirror box with inspiring messages. This interactive installation, “Don’t Look,” is the senior project for Ariana Harris, senior theater major and working artist. It is a performance art piece with the audience being the performers. “I was inspired by Georgi Paro’s... 

Book Review: ‘Office’ actor pens quirky tales

<i>Book Review</i>: 'Office' actor pens quirky tales
Michael Saakyan Book Editor When the publisher Knopf announced last year that Emmy Award-winning comedy actor B.J. Novak from “The Office” had signed on to a two-book seven figure deal, the assumptions were obvious. Novak would remain where he has had the most experience with: comedy. A book written maybe with the same narcissist hipster persona of the temp Ryan Howard. A quirky memoir like his... 

Movie Review: ‘Lego’ constructs an ingenious universe

Kristine Delgadillo Staff Writer Warner Bros. has re-invented the meaning of an animated movie with its new film “The Lego Movie,” by capturing the attention of children and adults with innocent, yet satirical comedy, which hit the box office Feb. 9. The imaginative and colorful world of Legos makes “The Lego Movie” a must-see for all ages. It will have the audience leaving the theater smiling,... 
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