Monday, August 9, 2010

Advance Notice. UCLA Live.

It's really difficult for me to try and plan anything beyond, say, this weekend, but I might have to give in and mark down some busy days for me six months ahead of time. That's because UCLA Live has just announced its 2010/2011 season, and some really great events are in the works.

For example, there's an opportunity to get into the genius minds behind popular satire newspaper, The Onion, when the writers host a multimedia discussion on politics and comedy on Feb. 10. Steven Sondheim, the masterful composer and lyricist of classics like West Side Story and Sweeney Todd, is stopping by on Nov. 8 for a surely not-to-be-missed engagement. And then there's David Sedaris. If you've never listened to the popular author speak or tell his stories in person, you're in for an absolute treat. He'll be at Royce Hall April 27, and it's definitely worth planning ahead for.

Tickets for individual events go on sale TODAY, so get to planning! You can also purchase tickets in series, or buy four individual events and get 15% off.

-- Chau Tu

Photo credit: UCLA Live

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