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‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie:’ The Film Nobody’s Talking About (Yet)

The concept of the “movie musical״ has been thrust back into the cultural zeitgeist as the film industry re-embraces the fun yet risky genre....

Fall Quarter At Claire Trevor School of the Arts: A Creative Season of Virtual Events

Fall 2020 quarter is in full swing at UCI, and despite hopes that we’d be back to hands-on learning, the continued prevalence of COVID-19...

The Show Must Go On(line): 10 Picks For Theatre-Related Content To Watch During Quarantine

The art and business of live theatre have taken an enormous hit in the wake of COVID-19. Broadway went dark on March 12. Soon...

UCI Student’s Short Film, ‘Overcast’ Sees Great Success at Festivals

While the graduating class of 2020 faces a lot of uncertainty, one UCI senior will be leaping into his future career with some extraordinary...

‘Some Good News with John Krasinski’ is Guaranteed To Put A Smile On Anyone’s Face

‘Some Good News with John Krasinski’ is Guaranteed To Put A Smile On Anyone’s Face With most of the world social distancing due to COVID-19,...

Netflix’s ‘Middleditch & Schwartz’ Has All The Spontaneity And Energy Of A Live Performance

There’s no shortage of comedy specials available on Netflix. However, the streaming service ventured into new territory with the release of their first “long-form...

#UCIArtsAnywhere: A Perfect Platform For Expressing Creativity Remotely

Amidst concerns regarding COVID-19, UCI transitioned to remote learning for the 2020 spring quarter and encouraged students to return to their off-campus residencies. The...

“Unorthodox” Is A Poignant And Powerful Coming-Of-Age Tale

In just four beautifully-crafted episodes, the new Netflix original miniseries “Unorthodox,” tells the story of Esty Shapiro, a young woman from an Ultraorthodox Jewish...

UCI Drama’s “Living Out” Sparks Empathy And Awareness

Plunging their audience into the brutally truthful world of working mothers in today’s culture, the Claire Trevor School of the Arts’ Drama Department did...

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