Venue Details

341 Star Starred
Royce Hall at UCLA
340 Royce Drive Los Angeles, CA 90095
Venue website Get directions
2.6 / 5 Rated by 47 members
Review from Carlos Alberto

This was without a doubt the absolute worst theater performance since the beginning of time. This is the crap that dictators force their people to see in the name of culture. The choreography consisted of dancers running around in circles while...continued

reviewed Jul 23 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Bahman

It was truely bad and just seemed like an unusual propaganda for Zayed who is the head of the government in Abu Dhabi except for the last 15-20 minutes when they brought in some good Russuan and Spanish and Chinese dancers. We were in shock to see...continued

reviewed Jul 23 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member

This event was not properly described. The last 10 minutes of a 2.5 hour event was what had been advertised. Otherwise it was a complete waste of my time.

reviewed Jul 23 2011 report as inappropriate
View All 36 Reviews
More Information

Quotes & Highlights

“For pure splendour ingrained with soul, Caracalla is an unprecedented joy.” —Dance Europe
Zayed and the Dream looks sensationally foreign, as thrilling as Mamma Mia, a Wizard of Oz glitter and glamour.” —Sunday Express


Zayed and the Dream is the new extravagant theatrical creation by the Caracalla Dance Theatre. History meets art in the legendary story of seven horsemen travelers in the sands of time on a journey in search of the one who will forever leave his mark on the Arabian desert and carve his name as a hero of civilisation. Staring 100 artists with the participation of guest performers from China, Spain, Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates.

Browse the website for full details, photos, video, news, reviews and more, of what the Daily Telegraph calls “an utterly ravishing production.”

<em>Company</em> Paranormal Investigation on the Queen Mary <em>An Evening of Classic Broadway</em> Lionel Richie & Mariah Carey <em>The Book of Mormon</em> <em>The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Mean Gurlz</em>