January 15
The Claire Trevor School of the Arts (CTSA) at the University of California, Irvine is thrilled to announce that as part of our 50th anniversary season the Department of Dance will stage a revival of founding faculty member Eugene Loring’s classic...
January 31
Join your fellow alumni at this year's Homecoming festivities being held in Aldrich Park from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Visit the arts campus and experience "Arts Alive in the Plaza" from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm with a special presentation!
January 31 - February 8
The Liquid Plain (Naomi Wallace, 2012) Commissioned through the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s American Revolutions: the United States History Cycle and winner of the 2012 Horton Foote Prize for Promising New American Play, The Liquid Plain explores...
February 6 to May 2 - February 7
Play: In Three Acts highlights the work of artists Joe McKay, David Rokeby, and Nina Waisman. Each artist explores various modes of interaction: Waisman and Rokeby incorporate sound and embodied interaction, and McKay incorporates playful interaction...
February 11 - February 15
As UC Irvine celebrates its 50th anniversary, the Department of Dance is thrilled to present a revival of Founding Chair Eugene Loring’s iconic 1938 American ballet Billy the Kid. Commissioned by Lincoln Kirstein and featuring a rousing score by Aaron...
February 20 - February 21
Please join Kei Akagi and the Tokyo Trio for a concert of original music, including selections from the group's latest CD recorded in 2014. Formed in 2000, the Trio has released five CDs and has given over 400 performances worldwide.
March 7 - March 15
The Electra Project (Mihai Maniutiu, 2012). This anthropological project aims to be a practical artistic experiment, as well as a meditation on the cross-cultural approaches that ancient Greek tragedy is generating when performed in our time. Maniutiu...
April 25 - May 3
Boeing-Boeing (Marc Camoletti, 1960). This classic farce, translated into English by Beverley Cross, has been listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the most performed French play throughout the world. Set in the 1960’s, Boeing-Boeing features a...
April 25
From Mozart’s sunny optimism, to Beethoven’s daring experiments, to Schubert’s search for transcendence, Nina Scolnik will perform three sonatas that illuminate the evolution of the form and the individual treatment of B-Flat Major in the works of each...
May 11
Visit John Crawford’s newest interactive dance project at the UC Irvine Student Center in May 2015, sponsored by UCI Illuminations, the Chancellor’s Arts & Culture Initiative. A public art installation developed in collaboration with Pacific Symphony...