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The performing arts are alive and flourishing at UCLA.

On any given night there may be a professional theater company on stage at the Freud Playhouse, a dance troupe at the Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater or a faculty-student concert at Schoenberg Hall. Royce Hall may echo with the poetry of Allen Ginsberg and the comedy of David Sedaris — both presented this season by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA.

The lively events at the Hammer Museum begin in the galleries, but extend to screenings, lectures, forums and offbeat events like Bike Night, Bloomsday and Hammer Bash. The Fowler Museum showcases multicultural creativity in its exhibitions, its free art workshops for kids and Culture Fix talks by curators.

And as an art and performance hub in the entertainment capital of the world, rest assured that the caliber and breadth of events and performances at UCLA are second to none.

Student performer on drums