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Members of the Moorpark College dance department perform Float, choreographed by professor Vivian Goldes, during the Motion Flux technical rehearsal on April 17, 2024. Photo credit: Brianna Perez

Student choreographers take center stage in Moorpark College’s “Motion Flux” dance concert

By Brianna Perez May 2, 2024

Last month, the Moorpark College dance department presented the spring production, “Motion Flux,” showcasing the dynamic work of six student choreographers from April 18-20 in the Performing Arts Center. Directed...

WonderCon, the sister convention to the much larger Comic-Con, takes place at Anaheim Convention Center March 29-31. Photo credit: Nancy Powell

Moorpark College students can volunteer three hours and punch their tickets to a day at WonderCon 2024

By Nancy Powell March 27, 2024

WonderCon 2024, the sister convention to the San Diego Comic-Con, opens at the Anaheim Convention Center on March 30. While daily tickets for Friday, Saturday and Sunday continue to be available (costs...

Students of the Moorpark College Music Technology Program perform in the Come Together finale on April 14, 2023. Photo credit: Danielle Vega

Moorpark College students “Come Together” for music technology showcase

By Sarah Graue May 3, 2023
Moorpark College Music Technology Program students returned to the PAC Studio Theatre spotlight earlier this month for the “Come Together” music showcase on April 14 and April 15.
Jam Averill shines as Stephano, the comical butler of Alonso, in The Tempest at the Performing Arts Center on March 14, 2023. Photo credit: Nia Robinson

“The Tempest” takes Moorpark College by storm

By Sarah Graue and Nia Robinson March 27, 2023
The Moorpark College Theater Arts Department debuted their spring production “The Tempest” on March 16 in the Performing Arts Center.
Movie Review: All Quiet On The Western Front

Movie Review: “All Quiet On The Western Front”

By Nicholas Kitay March 11, 2023
"All Quiet on the Western Front," is a fascinating story depicting the struggles of German teens in the German Imperial Army in World War I.
Movie Review: The Pale Blue Eye

Movie Review: “The Pale Blue Eye”

By Nicholas Kitay February 20, 2023
"The Pale Blue Eye," released on Dec. 23, 2022, is a macabre murder mystery that is both grim and satisfyingly intricate.
Saxophonists play in the Performing Arts Center on May 5. 2022 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Claire Boeck

Moorpark College Music celebrates life and legacy of former director Michael Gangemi

By Claire Boeck May 12, 2022
The Moorpark College Music Department celebrated the life of Michael Gangemi with a student-led jazz performance on May 5 in the Performing Arts Center.
Image provided by Netflix

Netflix’s Arcane, a game-changing show

By Christina Mehr and Ali Wire February 8, 2022
Riot Game’s Netflix hit Arcane is based in the world of their most popular free-to-play online games, League of Legends. Part one has been an overwhelming success, and announcements for a second season have already been released on the official Arcane Twitter account.
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Reign of Terror haunted house returned this Halloween season to Thousand Oaks

By Hannah Rios November 11, 2021
The Reign of Terror, Thousand Oaks's premier walk-through haunted house located at the Janss Mall has just closed for the 2022 Halloween season.
Sean McCarthy and Kat Gutierrez perform in Nell Gwynn on Sunday, Oct. 10 in Moorpark, CA. Photo credit: Valeri Roussak

Moorpark Theatre Arts Department presents fall production “Nell Gwynn”

By Kate Hernandez October 22, 2021
Moorpark Theatre Arts Department returned to live on-campus performances featuring the fall production, 'Nell Gwynn.'
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
Music majors continue their education virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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