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An Evening With Lana Condor


Dec. 5


Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center


7 p.m. (Doors open at 6 p.m.)


Join us for an evening with actress, performer, and philanthropist Lana Condor!

Lana Condor made history as the first Asian American woman to take the lead in a young adult romantic comedy. But that was just the beginning of her incredible journey. Join us for an unforgettable evening in the company of Lana Condor and discover the captivating story behind the trailblazing star!

Seats are on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved. There are a limited number of tickets, so get them while supplies last!

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Event Info

  • Student tickets are $10
  • Tickets must be purchased using your @student.csulb.edu
  • Virtual ticket & LBSU ID are required for entry
  • Closed to the public
  • No backpacks allowed in the venue
  • Parking permits will be enforced

Special note: If tickets are available, LBSU faculty and staff can purchase tickets beginning Nov. 29 using a @csulb.edu email address.

Follow Lana


Lana Condor made history as the first Asian American female-lead in a young adult romantic comedy. Since then, award-winning actor and producer Condor has quickly become one of the most in-demand talents in the entertainment industry today!

Originally from Can Tho, Vietnam, Condor was adopted, alongside her brother Arthur, by her parents at four months old. Condor spent her early years on the East coast training in classical ballet at multiple prestigious dance academies. As a high school freshman living in New York, Condor took her first acting class and was hooked. During her sophomore year, Condor and her family moved to Los Angeles where she simultaneously danced alongside apprentices at the Los Angeles Ballet and developed her passion for acting by studying theater at the Yale Summer Conservatory for Actors. During her senior year, Condor booked her debut role as Jubilee in “X-Men: Apocalypse,” and has been pursuing her passions ever since.

Condor has starred in multiple films since such as DreamWorks and Universal Pictures animated film “Ruby Gillman: Teenage Kraken,” HBO Max’s sci-fi romantic comedy “Moonshot,” Netflix’s limited comedy series “Boo, Bitch,” and Netflix’s hit sensation “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” series. Her exceptional performances have earned her nominations for the Choice Drama Movie Actress category at the Teen Choice Awards and secured her the prestigious HCA Award: Next Generation of Hollywood at the Hollywood Critics Association Awards. Furthermore, Condor's talent has been recognized in several esteemed publications, including Forbes, Vanity Fair, Vulture and W Magazine, to name a few.

Condor has become a household name and a fast-rising star. With over 11 million fans (and growing), Condor now uses her newfound platform to generate awareness for causes near to her heart including The Asia Foundation, where she established a scholarship for underprivileged female students in Vietnam. In addition, Condor traveled back to Vietnam alongside Michelle Obama and Julia Roberts with the Girls Opportunity Alliance through The Obama Foundation to share stories about people who are supporting girls’ education.

For questions, please email asi-beachpride@csulb.edu.

An Evening With
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