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Every ticket includes a copy of WE WERE DREAMERS: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story (a $28 value). Spend an afternoon with the star of Marvel's first ever Asian superhero movie, Simu Liu, as he traces his path from his humble upbringing in China to the bright lights of Hollywood.
Simu gives fans an inside look at growing up between cultures, battling stereotypes, and landing the role of a lifetime in Shang-Chi in his new memoir, WE WERE DREAMERS. Joined on book tour by special guests, Simu will share inspiring insights into how we can all become the heroes of our own life stories.
ABOUT UC Theatre
The UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall is a multi-tiered, all-ages 1,400 capacity live music venue with a state-of-the-art Meyer Leopard sound system and a full service bar and kitchen. The UC Theatre presents a diverse range of local, national and international artists and bands including indie, alternative, jazz, R&B, electronica, hip-hop, EDM, world, pop, comedy and much more.
Additionally, the iconic, newly renovated UC Theatre is a premier destination for special events. Flexible floor configurations include: 1,400 capacity General admission, 1,000 capacity reception-style, 700 capacity theater-style and 400 capacity banquet-style seating. The venue’s three tiers and dance floor are ADA wheel chair accessible.
A community-minded music venue giving back…
The UC Theatre is operated by the Berkeley Music Group (BMG), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our Concert Career Pathways education program teaches young people the technical, creative and business aspects of concert and event promotion. Through hands-on workshops and paid internships we train the next generation of music industry professionals.
BMG is also dedicated to ensuring that The UC Theatre strengthens the Bay Area’s vibrant fabric of nonprofit arts and service organizations. We are building a collaborative network of community partnerships with existing education, performing arts, health and youth development nonprofits to assist them with their fundraising and outreach through events at The UC Theatre.