2002 Production

Photo by Jennifer Kolmel

WAC SMASH! is free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served.
Macgowan Hall Is located in the Northeast corner of the UCLA campus and parking is available for $6 in nearby Lot 3.

The World Arts and Cultures Undergraduate Society is proud to present the second annual performance of WAC SMASH! The production is a full-scale two-hour theatrical presentation of the work of sixteen Undergraduate Choreographers in the World Arts and Cultures program at UCLA. The works being presented incorporate a wide array of dance forms including Flamenco, Brazilian Samba, Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Modern and West African. WAC SMASH! showcases the impressive abilities of more than seventy dancers from the UCLA community. WAC SMASH! is the sole annual presentation of the choreography of the Undergraduate Students in World Arts and Cultures in a formal proscenium theater space. These self-directed scholars and dance artists are pleased at the opportunity to present their cutting-edge intercultural and multifaceted works. The event is funded by the Campus Programs Committee of the Program Activities Board, the USA Programming Fund and the Associated Student UCLA Student Interaction Fund, with additional support from the World Arts and Cultures Department.

WAC SMASH! 2002 Photo Gallery

Back to main page
This year's production