Monday, April 29, 2013
HAIRSPRAY, The Broadway Musical
Based on the New Line Cinema Film written and directed by John Waters
The world of the '50's is changing, television is going from black and white to color, and Baltimore dance fanatic, plus-sized teen Tracy Turnblad wins a place on a local TV dance show and becomes one of the “Nicest Kids in Town”. Her exuberance bubbles over, but when she learns that she’s not the only one who “some people” want to keep away from the cameras, she sets out to turn Civil Wrongs into Civil Rights, so that everybody at the party can dance together on screen.
HAIRSRPAY, The Broadway Musical is John Waters’ cult film turned into the hit Broadway musical comedy of the new millennium. The winner of 8 Tony awards, 9 Drama Desk Awards, and 4 Olivier Awards, this show introduced some of the most popular Broadway tunes of the last twenty years, including: "Good Morning Baltimore", "I Can Hear the Bells", "(The Legend of) Miss Baltimore Crabs", "Welcome to the 60’s", "Big, Blonde, and Beautiful", "(You’re) Timeless to Me", "Without Love", “You Can’t Stop the Beat!”
book by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan
Music by Marc Shaiman
Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman
Additional performances are April 19 & 21 at 7:30pm, April 20 at 12:00pm, April 26 & 27 at 7:30pm and May 18 at 8:30pm
Monday, April 29, 2013
UEP Senior Comps: Food Justice
Eight UEP students present their senior comprehensive projects related to food justice, food access, and community development.
9:30 a.m.: Clarissa Boyajian, "All Bulk Everything: Opportunities and Barriers for Access to 'Good' Food with a Focus on Participation by Low-income Communities"
10:15 a.m.: Noah Donneell-Kilmer, "Rooftop Gardens: A Green Solution to Los Angeles' Urban Problems"
11 a.m.: Margeau Valteau, "Revitalizing Traditional Food Systems: An Evaluation of Food Sovereignty Initiatives on the Navajo Nation"
11:45 a.m.: Kiran Rishi, "A Food (R)evolution: A Look at How Mobile Food is Changing Los Angeles"
1:30 p.m.: Elizabeth Dutton, "Surviving Sandy: Stories of Environmental Stewardship"
2:15 p.m.: Somath Hasina, "Little Bangladesh in Los Angeles: A Study on Community Engagement and the Function of an Ethnic Enclave"
3 p.m.: Elizabeth Hall, "How Design Impacts Social Interaction and Overall Health in Affordable Housing Complexes in Los Angeles"
3:45 p.m.: Uriah Johnson, "Housing First as a Solution to Homelessness"