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Dancer, Abigail Armbruster, performs in Madison Roter's piece entitled

Dance department streams its first ever virtual performance, ‘Dance for Camera Project’

By Audrey Lang December 19, 2020

On Friday, Dec. 4, the Moorpark College dance department live streamed its very first virtual dance performance, the Dance for Camera Project. This hour production was immediately followed by a Q&A...

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Preforming Arts’ ‘Dance for Camera’ project to replace in-person Fall Dance Concert

By Audrey Lang November 20, 2020

Dance, along with other performing arts, has undergone many setbacks due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Moorpark College's dance department’s Fall Dance Concert will not be held this semester, forcing...

Cars line up for the Spooky Avenue Halloween Drive Thru in Moorpark, CA. on Saturday, Oct. 31. Photo credit: Adriana Janiga

City of Moorpark hosts successful Spooky Avenue Halloween drive-thru

By Adriana Janiga November 2, 2020

2020 has brought a radical change of lifestyle in which people have no choice but to adapt to social distancing due to COVID-19. Although it looks different this year, there are still ways to have fun...

Cars are parked in front of the big screen to watch 'The Addams Family' at Rancho Santa Susana Community Park on Thursday, Oct. 29. Photo credit: Caitlin McHale

Halloweekend in Simi Valley kicks off with drive-in screening of The Addams Family

By Caitlin McHale November 2, 2020

Although Coronavirus precautions are still in place, the Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a Halloween weekend extravaganza. Consisting of spooky drive-in movies, as well as a trick or treat drive-thru...

Maya Forster; sophomore theatre arts major, Peyton Pugh; senior theatre arts major, and Navya Hari; sophomore undeclared major, pose as their characters before filming the Macbeth trailer on Friday, Oct. 16 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Audrey Lang

Moorpark College’s Theatre Arts program converts Macbeth performance into a podcast

By Audrey Lang October 29, 2020

The Theatre Arts department’s Macbeth performance will now be a podcast. After being denied access to film on campus due to COVID-19 regulations, Moorpark College's Theatre Arts program has decided to...

The entrance to one of the event's locations, the Thousand Oaks Police department, in Thousand Oaks, CA. which will host the drive-thru trick or treating event on Oct. 31. Photo credit: Audrey Lang

Drive-Thru Trick or Treating to be hosted by Ventura County Sheriffs Department

By Audrey Lang October 28, 2020

The Ventura County Sheriff's department plans to host the first ever drive-thru trick or treating event. Due to the Public Health recommendation, there will be no door to door trick or treating in Ventura...

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Moorpark College’s Theatre Arts program to livestream online performance of Macbeth

By Audrey Lang October 19, 2020

For the first time, Moorpark College's Theatre Arts program will not be holding a live performance for their upcoming production of Macbeth. Due to COVID-19 and mandatory distance learning, the production...

Pam De Almeida waits for the conductor to walk on the stage to start the Hope of Loving concert on Nov. 22, 2019 at Moorpark College. The concert features a mixture of the Symphony Orchestra, Concert Choir and Vocal Ensemble programs. Photo credit: Ryan Bough

Moorpark College Music Applied courses turns to virtual learning as a result of COVID-19

By Alissa Schoepflin, Staff Writer September 21, 2020

Beginning Fall 2020, every school district and college in Ventura Country, including Moorpark College, has had to transition to virtual learning due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Back in March,...

Moorpark College Career Technical Education classes have to adapt with the pandemic as classes go online. Moorpark Reporter file photo by Martin Bilbao

Moorpark College Career Technical Education classes are adapting to virtual classes due to COVID-19

By Caitlin McHale, Arts & Entertainment Desk Editor September 14, 2020

While many classes are faced with the challenge of being hybrid or completely online due to COVID-19, there are certain departments that have had to become especially creative when teaching under these...

The Moorpark College performing arts center remains closed after the order for all classes transition to online, on Tuesday, March, 17. Photo credit: Evan Reinhardt

‘Student One Acts’ goes virtual despite limitations caused by COVID-19

By Caitlin McHale May 20, 2020

Moorpark College students involved in the "Student One Acts" were shocked and overwhelmed when the news of campus closure released in March, realizing that the plays that many had worked on all semester...

Andy Soto, also known as Dreamix, manipulates the mixing equipment during his set of the previous Student DJ Showcase, held in the Black Box Theater on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020. Performers used a mixture of school and personal equipment during the show. Photo credit: Evan Reinhardt

The Moorpark College Music Technology Program rallies to host its first online concert

By David Chavez May 7, 2020

On April 30, the Moorpark College Music Technology Program returned, hosting its first online concert titled "Stream Jam." The live stream showed off what students had been working on by using the streaming...

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Entertainment industry transforms to accommodate social distancing amongst fans

By Arianna Delgado April 17, 2020

The changes in normalcy due to the COVID-19 pandemic have affected everyone in various ways. As the world practices social distancing, many forms of entertainment are out of the question, with the closure...

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