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CENTER KICKS OFF WITH �ZULU MACBETH�

SEASON OF WONDERSWhen South African playwright/director Welcome Msomi set out to write an ambitious drama about the history of his people, the Zulus, he was bluntly told that a play focusing on the African nations would ...

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September 29, 1997 | UCLA Today

CARNESALE�S RIGHT AT HOME IN RESTORED DIGS

HOT PROPERTYThe historic Chancellor�s Residence on the UCLA campus, which since 1930 has hosted events featuring U.S. presidents, international heads of state, authors, scientists and entertainers, has become home to ...

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September 29, 1997 | UCLA Today

BY THEIR DEEDS . . .

John C. Liebeskind, a member of UCLA's psychology faculty for more than 30 years and a pioneer in the field of pain research and pain inhibition, died of cancer Sept. 8. He was 62. Liebeskind is survived by his wife, ...

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September 29, 1997 | UCLA Today

ANOTHER DEVELOPMENT RECORD BITES THE DUST

For the second record-breaking year, UCLA led the University of California in fund-raising, propelling Campaign UCLA to 40% of its $1.2-billion goal and increasing the level of donations for the vast majority of campus ...

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September 29, 1997 | UCLA Today

"Les Enfants Terribles": Children of the Game"

UCLA Center for the Performing Arts presents "Les Enfants Terribles:Children of the Game," a dance opera spectacle by composer PhilipGlass and choreographer Susan Marshall, at the Wiltern Theatre on Fridayand Saturday, ...

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September 26, 1997 | UCLA Newsroom

"Les Enfants Terribles": Children of the Game"

UCLA Center for the Performing Arts presents "Les Enfants Terribles:Children of the Game," a dance opera spectacle by composer PhilipGlass and choreographer Susan Marshall, at the Wiltern Theatre on Fridayand Saturday, ...

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September 26, 1997 | UCLA Newsroom
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