Calling his stepmother, Claire Trevor, "my fair lady," billionaire real estate developer Donald Bren presented UC Irvine with the late actress' 1948 Oscar (for "Key Largo") and 1957 Emmy (for a production of "Dodsworth") at the dedication of the university's Claire Trevor Theatre. "It was almost three years ago that she made her last appearance at this theater," Bren said as he stood onstage before a black-tie crowd that included UCI Chancellor Ralph Cicerone and former state Sen. Marian Bergeson. "A group of students brought tears to her eyes as they sang show tunes in her honor." That night, students asked about her 80 years as a performer and about co-stars John Wayne, Clark Gable, Humphrey Bogart and Spencer Tracy, Bren said. "As always, she was quick, candid, opinionated and funny. She stole the show and the kids stole her heart."