2018 Los Angeles Rams Training Camp

The Los Angeles Rams are back at UC Irvine, ready to prepare for the season ahead. Each day of camp is open to the public and admission is free! Come out for the chance to watch the team up close and interact with your favorite players. The fan activation zone will open two hours prior to the start of practice and the gates to the field will open 90 minutes before. Training camp is bigger and better than ever. Click for more details.

Festival Ballet Theatre: Ovation

  • Dates: 10/13/2018, 10/14/2018
  • Location: The Barclay
  • 4242 Campus Dr, Irvine, 92612
  • Time: 7:00 PM
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    Salwa Rizkalla, artistic director

    Contemporary ballet works created by southern California choreographers and performed by Festival Ballet Theatre, Orange County’s resident professional company. 

    Texture of Time: Choreography by Josie Walsh
    This original and thought-provoking ballet explores the essence of time as it changes and morphs from moment to moment. As we travel through the many stages of development and navigate the complex chambers of our hearts, we discover that the child is never lost but instead deeply woven into our ever-evolving personal story.

    The ballet is set to original music by Jealous Angel and includes special effects by Academy Award winner Jim Doyle. With the help of light, projections and cutting-edge choreography, the dancers transcend time and space to present a full sensory experience

    Oops: Choreography by Viktor Plotnikov
    This comical, award-winning piece was presented on the US tour of YAGP’s 2011 Gala, Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow, and performed in Tennessee, South Carolina and Florida, among other states.

    The dancers playfully maneuver red pull-on skirts in this innocent and carefree presentation of ballet and modern technique, set to Ponichielli's iconic Dance of the Hours and performed by the inspired young artists of Southland Ballet Academy. The dancers express a range of emotion by using the skirts in creative ways; and both the dancers and the audience experience obvious enjoyment from the delightful lightness of the choreography.

    Feathered Warning: Choreography by Andrea Schermoly
    In a world of much beauty, we are reminded of how fragile this ecosystem is.  The world's birds fly far and wide bringing back messages of global health.  As humans we have to listen...as it is not always the messages we like to hear.  We have the means to preserve this beauty before it's too late.