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UCLA Royce Hall A symbol of both intellectual and artistic excellence, Royce Hall stands as a monument to UCLA's rich cultural past and future.

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Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mother's Day! Share this image and celebrate your #UCLAMom.

We are watching the Annie Awards - check it out right now! https://annieawards.org/watch-it-live
48th Annual Annie Awards

We are watching the Annie Awards - check it out right now! https://annieawards.org/watch-it-live

Honoring excellence in the field of animation, the 48th Annual Annie Awards will be presented in 37 categories including Best Animated Feature, Animated Independent Feature, Broadcast Production(s), Virtual Reality, Short Subject, and Student Film, as well as the achievement and honorary awards.

SCA UCLA presents "Quarantine Time Capsule" tonight at 7:30P (PST) Check out this virtual open mic on Youtube - https://...
Quarantine Time Capsule

SCA UCLA presents "Quarantine Time Capsule" tonight at 7:30P (PST) Check out this virtual open mic on Youtube - https://youtu.be/4F4qAB6TRbs

Because there can't be in-person open mics in the quarantine, we decide to do our own virtual version! Because it's virtual, our open mic is extra interdisci...

Happening Now!
Sat, Jan 16: Charles Lloyd: Kindred Spirits

Happening Now!

Royce Hall and UCLA hold a special history for legendary saxophonist Charles Lloyd. In the 1960s he sold out two nights in the famed concert hall with his quartet featuring Keith Jarrett, Ron McClure and Jack DeJohnette. This year he returns with an equally astonishing group of musicians featurin...

This performance is now available on demand from Tue, Jan 12 at 3pm Pacific Standard Time until Thu, Jan 14 at 3pm Pacif...
Sun, Jan 10: Piano Sonata by Philip Glass | Performed by Maki Namekawa - Upcoming Programs - UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance

This performance is now available on demand from Tue, Jan 12 at 3pm Pacific Standard Time until Thu, Jan 14 at 3pm Pacific Standard Time
Click on the link provided - https://online.cap.ucla.edu/.../piano-sonata-by-philip-glass
Presented in association with Ars-Electronica, Linz
Glass’s first Piano Sonata premiered on July 4, 2019 at Piano Festival Ruhr in Germany in the presence of the composer, performed by long-time collaborator Maki Namekawa.
Driven by Glass’s compositional brilliance and the extraordinary musicianship of Namekawa, "Piano Sonata" is both a testament to friendship and a gift to the world.
CAP UCLA is thrilled to have the opportunity to host this work, performed by the brilliant pianist for whom it was created.

With a body of work that includes 25 operas—including Einstein on the Beach, Satyagraha and Akhnaten, among others—12 symphonies, 13 concertos, 9 string quartets and numerous other works, Philip Glass is indisputably one of the great American composers. Driven by Glass’s compositional brillian...



If 2020 has taught us anything, it's the power of resilience.
Taking a note from Urban Voices Project, we will all rise again and hopefully be back in the theater again soon. But we can't do it without your support.

If you are in a position to do so, please donate what you can so we can keep the artists and communities we touch and work with singing in 2021. Thank you > https://giving.ucla.edu/Campaign/Donate.aspx?SiteNum=2232&_ga=2.268399245.2096433968.1585523004-354348050.1568423687&code=m-25513&fbclid=IwAR2SXjxI_d0qvBD7-upcjjXMRLmL8wXTuwhK4lOsST4i2ljIYtUQ0UJ5pUQ



It has been a historic first half to our 20-21 season. Despite the challenges this year has brought us, we have remained committed to supporting our community of artists and audiences. Here's a look behind the camera at our staff and production crew who make it possible for us to bring performances from our home to yours.

As we countdown to the end of the year and celebrate all we have shared together, we hope you will consider making a tax deductible gift to keep us going strong. #YearEndCAPUCLA




Only two more days until we get to celebrate the holidays in all their dysfunction with you again!

Here's a throwback to when we presented Taylor Mac’s "Holiday Sauce" live at Royce Hall two years ago. These photos (and the eggnog in our mugs) have us feeling all warm and fuzzy, and we can't wait to experience this Saturday's completely reimagined, virtual “Pandemic!” version of the show with you all.

There will be no sitting on Sexual Consent Santa’s lap this year but you’ll still be able to share your wish list with Santa in the live chat! >> bit.ly/2W5Zfsw

This Saturday, December 12This year Taylor Mac won the prestigious Ibsen Award. If you've ever experienced judy's work, ...
Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce… Pandemic!

This Saturday, December 12

This year Taylor Mac won the prestigious Ibsen Award. If you've ever experienced judy's work, you completely understand why.
If you haven't yet, don't delay and join us for "Holiday Sauce...Pandemic" next Sat, Dec 12 >> bit.ly/2JWO9TV
These donation-based tickets will directly support CAP UCLA and allows us to continue sharing the work of artists like Taylor Mac with you.

Taylor Mac Holiday Sauce… Pandemic! is a benefit event for CAP UCLA and you must register to attend. The minimum donation to register for this event is $25, but if you are in a position to supp... More Info: //cap.ucla.edu/calendar/details/taylormacpandemic


Tomorrow - Tue, Dec 8 at 7pm PST

Toshi Reagon's adaptation of Octavia E. Butler's "Parable Of The Sower" was our last live performance with an audience before the pandemic hit back in March. Butler's work was prescient then and continues to hold our attention today.

Our third installment of "L.A. Omnibus" features Lynell George, who's recent book dives into Butler's interior, creative life of and how growing up in L.A. influenced both of their writing.

Join the conversation this Tue, Dec 8 at 7pm PST >> bit.ly/3gpMOBw



UCLA is the #1 public university in the nation!

Bruins, YOU share this honor with generations of champions.




We can’t do it without you. Today, on #GivingTuesday we're asking you to join us in our effort to raise 150 gifts. A gift of any amount counts to meet this goal! Support Design for Sharing to keep the arts alive. For this generation of children and the next.


Even though kids' experience with the arts has changed, how they feel about the arts hasn’t. In a year like no other, Design for Sharing has responded to the remote learning challenge and pivoted swiftly towards what our academic partners need the most.

From special digital performances and arts kits, to live and interactive classroom programs, we continue to deliver on our over 50 year promise of sharing the arts with our community’s kids.



Lynell George's recently published book "A Handful of Earth, A Handful of Sky: The World of Octavia E. Butler" is the November pick for the Los Angeles Times Book Club.

Check out the book and join for a conversation with Lynell George in the latest installment of our series "L.A. Omnibus" on Tue, Dec 8 >> bit.ly/3nIXtJT



This weekend Nov 7 & 8 only, the entire Tune In Festival is available FREE and ON DEMAND.

TUNE IN for Kronos Quartet, The Small Glories, Magos Herrera, Get Lit - Words Ignite, Los Cambalache, Claudia Lennear, Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely, Claudia and Dan Zanes, Ash Grove Alumni Joe Chambers and Wendy Waldman, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Perla Batalla, Tonality, Nano Stern, Carla Canales, Urban Voices Project, Sunny War, Quetzal, Vijay Gupta - Violinist + Los Angeles Poverty Department, and Voices of a People's History of the United States.



Watch Perla Batalla - Discoteca Batalla this Sunday, Nov 8, 2020 at 7PM PST - click here - http://bit.ly/367JciH

Shout out from Perla Batalla direct from the Royce Hall stage!
Join us for the stream of Perla's socially distanced performance on Sun, Nov 8 >> bit.ly/3jDZu7O



As the election approaches, we asked our extended family of artists, staff, technicians, supporters and students to share their voices.

We are about to take a giant leap towards the future of our country.
Be heard. Be counted. Please vote.

Our Director of Education, Meryl Friedman made this short film from their responses. Artists include: Kronos Quartet, Nano Stern, Urban Voices Project, Get Lit - Words Ignite, The Small Glories, Kristina Wong, J. Ivy, Lisa Kaplan/Eighth Blackbird, Constance Hockaday, Dan Zanes and Claudia Zanes, Los Cambalache, Perla Batalla, Lee Knight, Celisse Henderson.

The AYS Fall Concert is still available for viewing until 11:59p tonight! www.roycehall.org

The AYS Fall Concert is still available for viewing until 11:59p tonight! www.roycehall.org

Thank you for joining us for the Fall Concert! If you missed it, don't worry! You can still watch it on Youtube until tomorrow night at 11:59pm. Use the link below: https://bit.ly/31ZJUx7

Today at 4P (PT) - check out the AYS Fall concert. Click Here - https://bit.ly/31ZJUx7

Today at 4P (PT) - check out the AYS Fall concert. Click Here - https://bit.ly/31ZJUx7

Dress rehearsals look a little different in 2020 🙃 tune in tomorrow 4:00pm Pacific for the Fall Concert. Find the YouTube link below: https://bit.ly/31ZJUx7


Tonight's Line up!

The Tune In Festival: Program 2


Thu, Oct 29 | Prerecorded Live at in Los Angeles & Elsewhere

6:45PM PDT – B. Wurtz

7PM PDT – The Small Glories

7:25PM PDT – B. Wurtz

7:30PM PDT – Magos Herrera

8PM PDT – Get Lit

8:30PM PDT – Cambalache

9:20PM PDT – Claudia Lennear With Friends

"Our role is to lift the voices of those whose voices have been deemed unworthy of hearing." —Xochi Flores, Los Cambalache

Lift your voices tonight for Day 2 of The Tune In Festival - featuring a medley of performances by Cambalache, The Small Glories, Magos Herrera, Get Lit - Words Ignite, Claudia Lennear and b. wurtz 🎸 https://bit.ly/2Hjtc4o



"If we can use art and music to pull out the best out of someone, that's what music is for."

Catch Urban Voices Project in action and join us for The Tune In Festival, Oct 28 - Nov 1 >> bit.ly/2FOehyU



On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we honor the history and culture of indigenous communities and we acknowledge UCLA’s presence on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Gabrielino/Tongva peoples.

Here, in their own words, indigenous Bruins share what this land and history mean to them.



On Indigenous Peoples' Day and every day, we pay our respects to those on whose ancestral lands we exist, as we learn, teach and work at UCLA.

More: https://ucla.in/3dd0qye

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The tables are set, the casts have been assembled and the actors of Forced Entertainment are ready to stream direct from their homes to yours.

Join us today at 12pm PT for the opening performance of "Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare: At Home." >> bit.ly/3hFGpkz


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General information

Tickets are available at www.RoyceHall.org and at the UCLA Central Ticket Office, which is open Mon-Fri from 10A-4P or call 310-825-2101. The Royce Hall box office opens 90 minutes before each performance. Parking is available in Structure 5 located at 340 Royce Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095. Ride-share/To be dropped off at the front of Royce Hall please use this address: 10745 Dickson Court, Los Angeles, CA 90095.


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I have two tickets for Sergio Mendes and Bebel Gilberto concert to sell. Balcony seats B 105-107 anyone interest please message me at FB messenger. Thank you Saturday November 16, 8pm
Dear Bruins, Dodger fans and Social Justice Champions everywhere, Reel Talk. How dope would it be to fill Royce Hall for a screening of '42' in commemoration of the Jackie Robinson Centennial? This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for our campus to show some love for a Bruin who paved the way for so many. Thank you, Los Angeles Dodgers UCLA Beloved Community Initiative Campus Events Commission Reel Talk Film Series
an amazing group of film directors and composers. Amazing
Are there any single tickets left for tonight's event at Royce Hall??? Really would love to go...
Looking for one ticket for Thursday night - Zadie Smith & Michael Chabon, of anyone has one please let me know! Thank you!!!
I have one ticket to see Matt Groening and Lynda Barry and cannot attend. Anybody interested?
I remember this place.
Next Saturday will be our first ever ALL ABOUT Tour of Royce Hall! This is a rare chance to see behind the scenes of this iconic building. There is so much to see we are doing 5 different "tour loops" to cover it! General Admission is $20, LAHTF Members Only get access to a special "loop", and $10 off tickets, so join today! www.facebook.com/events/245684742584939/ Photo by Wendell Benedetti