UCI Illuminations

March 20, 2015

Pacific Symphony concert patrons interact with the Music in Motion dance project at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa. Courtesy of the Pacific Symphony

The Chancellor’s Arts & Culture Initiative will offer a variety of public events through 2016, including:

• Pacific Symphony’s “Romeo & Juliet Reimagined,” Sunday, April 19, at Segerstrom Hall in Costa Mesa (departing from UCI flagpoles at 11 a.m.)
• Brown Bag Theater Company’s “The Service Worker Project,” Thursday through Saturday, April 30-May 2, Robert Cohen Theater
• Improv Revolution’s the “Coup de Comedy Festival,” Wednesday through Saturday, May 6-9, various campus locations
• “Music in Motion” interactive dance project by UCI dance and media arts professor John Crawford, Monday through Thursday, May 11-14, UCI Student Center Crystal Cove lobby
• Screening of award-winning documentary “Here One Day” and Q&A with filmmaker Kathy Leichter, 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 12, location to be determined
• “Shaken Shakespeare,” featuring short performances all over campus, spring 2015

All events are free to UCI undergraduates, and many require an advance ticket. More: illuminations.uci.edu

Pictured: Pacific Symphony concert patrons interact with the Music in Motion dance project at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa.
Courtesy of the Pacific Symphony

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