The California performing arts venue announced its schedule for a number of genres, including theatre, dance, spoken word and music for the coming year.
"Every year, we seek to surpass any previous cultural experience that we, or any other organization, have yet presented," said UCLA Live director David Sefton. "Our goal is for people to look to UCLA Live to see things that they won't find anywhere else."
Among the events of note to theatre enthusiasts are:
UCLA Live's sixth International Theatre Festival:
Written by Gregory Burke, directed by John Tiffany
Actors Oscar van Woensel, Manja Topper and Kuno Bakker with songs from The Doors, Joy Division, Twisted Sister and Public Enemy
Featuring the recorded voice of Gavin Friday and score co-composed by Danny Elfman (with Sanko)
Starring Sir Ian McKellen under the direction of Trevor Nunn.
Stephen Sondheim with host Frank Rich Events will take place across the UCLA campus at stages including Royce Hall, Schoenberg Hall, Freud Playhouse and the Macgowan Little Theater. Subscriptions are on sale now (single tickets go on sale July 23; July 16 for current subscribers and donors) through (310) 825-2101. For more information visit UCLALive.org.