We Have Some Spring Changes and Updates

As CAP UCLA adapts to what the new found realities of the arts ecosystem and economy look like, we will remain online and socially distanced for the spring.

We’re making changes all in the hopes of better serving you, our artists and the community, including a commitment to digital programming.

CAP UCLA will present 10 programs in the remainder of the 2020-21 season, two of which are additions. The two new programs for the spring season are Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK and Monica Bill Barnes & Co: Keep Moving.

Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK is a GPS-enabled work of public art that uses music to illuminate the natural environment. This work has been intricately mapped to the varied terrain of Los Angeles’s Griffith Park. Simply download the free app and explore!

Premiered by the American Dance Festival, Keep Moving is an online dance experience created by Monica Bill Barnes & Robbie Saenz de Viteri delivered in 10 chapters; some are videos, some are audio. All of them try to answer the question of how a dancer, a woman who works so hard to keep moving, finds a way forward while live performance is on pause.

While we were hopeful to gather and experience the performing arts together once again, our priority remains safety and well-being. Therefore, we’ve had to postpone the following programs to future dates when we can safely resume live programming:

  • Living Music with Nadia Sirota
  • Antonio Sanchez: Bad Hombre
  • Martin Hayes Quartet
  • Anthony de Mare: Liaisons 2020: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano
  • Rudresh Mahanthappa and Terri Lyne Carrington: Fly Higher Charlie Parker at 100
  • MK Guth: Choreography for Reading Aloud
  • Jennifer Koh & Davóne Tines: Everything That Rises Must Converge
  • John Cameron Mitchell: The Origin of Love Tour
  • David Sedaris