Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Dance

CTSA Student Spotlights: Dancers Continue To Find Their Inspiration

Sergio Camacho walks into his home dance studio to prepare for early morning Zoom dance classes. The floor creaks with each...

Body Shaming In Ballet: Yes, It’s Still Happening

Dear Dance Community, we are not replaceable. Ballet is not all wine and roses, nor is it always...

UCI’s Dance Department Hosts Their First Online Performance

May 14 would’ve marked the opening night of UCI Dance Department’s annual undergraduate choreography showcase, “Physical Graffiti.” The shift to remote...

“Dance Visions” Captivates Audiences At The Barclay

The UCI Dance Department faculty created some new incredibly choreographed works for this year’s “Dance Visions” at the Irvine Barclay Theatre...

Lighting to Awe, Laugh and Inspire: MOMIX Stuns at The Barclay

The audience at The Barclay Theater was treated to a dazzling display of light and sound from “Viva MOMIX” on Oct. 25.

“East Meets West” in a Dizzying Set of Diverse Performances

Audiences packed into the Barclay Theater to witness a program of dance and music that stimulated the senses on Oct. 22. The “East Meets West” International Dance and Music Festival ranged from group performances with heavy synchronization to solo performances with every movement onstage being measured.

Festival Ballet Theatre Presents “The Firebird” at the Barclay Theater

On Saturday, Oct. 12, “The Firebird” premiered at the Barclay in Cheng Hall, presented by the Festival Ballet Theatre. “The Firebird” is based on old Russian fairy tales about a radiant bird with magical abilities.

“Physical Graffiti” Showcases Dance Students’ Unique Talent

This year’s “Physical Graffiti” marked the last performance from the Department of Dance 2018-2019 season. The show featured 11 original pieces with a variety of styles, from contemporary to ballet.

Looking Back On Dance Visions 2019

UCI Dance Department’s annual faculty-run show, Dance Visions, featured incredibly choreographed works from renowned dancers during its four-performance run at the Irvine Barclay Theatre from Feb. 21 to Feb. 23.

“This Thing Called Love”

In the weeks leading up to Friday, September 29; equipment troubles plagued the Irvine Barclay Theater. However, everything was up and running in time for the first performance of the theatre’s 28th season.

“Physical Graffiti” Remembers Their Own

The audience’s breath was taken away by Claire Trevor’s last performance of the year: “Physical Graffiti.” The show was many things: exciting, surprising,...

Hālau O Kekuhi, A Mastery of Hawaiian Native Performance

Filled with complex and enthralling movement meant to dazzle your eyes, as well as the authentic  voices of the performers, the Hālau O...

NEWS

‘Astro Boy:’ The Turning Point of Manga and Anime

UCI Libraries hosted a Zoom webinar in light of the growing collection of manga and anime in their 30 year anniversary of...

New Allegations Surface Regarding Impeached ASUCI Judge Kimo Gandall

New allegations are being made regarding Kimo Gandall, one of the ASUCI judges listed in the recent petition written with the goal...

Persisting Inequalities and Paths Forward: The State of Undocumented Students in California’s Public Universities

Representatives from the UC Collaborative to Promote Immigrant and Student Equity (UC PromISE) and the Undocumented Student Equity Project (USEP) discussed results...

OPINION

Banning Simps Won’t Get Rid of Harrasment On Twitch

Twitch, a popular video live streaming platform, is a hub for all gamers where they can make connections with their audience and...

A New Way to Look at Cancel Culture

“Cancel culture,” or call-out culture, is a term that has gained a lot of traction these past few years. New York Times...

Why California Must Reinvest in the UC System

On July 1, CA Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature instituted a $300.8 million budget cut to the University of California...

SPORTS

NFL Blows 10 Month Lead to COVID-19

The beginning of the COVID-19 lockdown in March marked a sudden end to youth, collegiate and professional sports mid-season, either suspending or...

Joshua Lane’s Sports Journey During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Joshua Lane, aged 18, imagined his senior year of high school to go the opposite way it ended. Throughout...

Anteaters Win in Clutch Time, 62-60, Against the Highlanders

UCI Women’s Basketball beat the UC Riverside Highlanders, 62-60, with a comeback in the final seconds of their non-conference game at the...

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