Avey Tare sure can scream. And not just scream—yelp, shout and shriek. He can also sing angelically, with a voice that floats above any ethereal noise he and his bandmates in the wonderful Animal Collective sometimes-quartet can conjure up. But he’s reall
As the samba beats resounded, the women wearing extravagant costumes
Presented in over 20 countries and translated into 10 different languages, Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s dramatic spectacle ‘Cats’ opened at the Plummer Auditorium of the Fullerton Civic Light Opera on Feb. 17.
Stages are funny things. A good performer steps onto a stage and, somewhere in midstep, changes into someone different. Or maybe a good performer makes the transition in priming for the show, during their sound check. Maybe they start adjusting their gait
A burst of rich notes filled the Irvine Barclay Theatre as Esteban Riera strutted onto stage. His sultry yet vibrant voice aroused a passionate atmosphere one can only attribute to Buenos Aires. Once he sent the audience reeling into the soul of Argentina
Always the place for unique and interesting exhibits, the Beall Center for Art and Technology is now displaying another one of its signature showcases. ‘5 ’til 12′ is an interactive video-based art form that takes the shape of a narrative and, in this cas
‘Orpheus Descending’ opened at UC Irvine’s Studio Theater with an explosion on Thursday, March 2.
I am always a little hesitant when I go see a Tennessee Williams production for fear that it will be taken out of context completely.
The Hip Hop Congress put on a highly successful event on Feb. 22, hosting Hip hop legend KRS-One, who was welcomed by a full house in Humanities Instructional Building 100. The rapper outlined the history of Hip hop as a culture and its philosophies in a
In Florence, Italy, Buoso Donati, a wealthy and successful film director, celebrates his birthday with what appears to be a loving family. Yet before the first slice of cake can be cut, Donati inadvertently claims it for himself by dying, his head’s fall
Judges have it hard. No matter how they score any competition, they are bound to piss off many performers and fans every time they decide on a score. Often, they are accused of favoritism (Car and Driver magazine when evaluating BMWs), bribery (the infamo