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The cover image for the latest Theatre Arts podcast, The Curious History of Moorpark College, on Spotify. Photo courtesy of the Moorpark College Theatre Arts department.

Theatre Arts podcast “The Curious History of Moorpark College” investigates campus lore

By Sarah Graue May 10, 2024

From the ghost stories of Fountain Hall, to Clarence the tortoise’s mysterious origins and snow skiing courses on campus, Moorpark College's campus has its fair share of oddities. Theatre Arts’...

Anne Stevenson, left, and Elizabeth Melcher perform in “To Who I Loved Before” during the “Student One Acts” on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019. The One Acts were performed in the Black Box Theatre in the Performing Arts Center. Photo credit: Justin Downes

Moorpark College Theatre Arts department presents spring semester ‘Student One Acts’

By Audrey Lang April 26, 2021
On April 30 at 8 p.m., the Moorpark College Theatre Arts program will be premiering their spring semester "Student One Acts." These pre-recorded performances will be broadcasted free to the public via Zoom.
Image courtesy of the “Office Ladies” podcast.

Staff Picks: Podcasts for endless entertainment

By Karla Vazquez December 4, 2020
Podcasts offer a variety of entertainment from conversations with former First Lady Michelle Obama, true crime, or a behind the scenes of your favorite Netflix show.
Moorpark Reporter SportsCast Episode 6

Moorpark Reporter SportsCast Episode 6 – NBA draft, Kim Ng and a weekly NFL roundup

By Danny Stipanovich November 21, 2020
This week's episode of the Moorpark Reporter SportsCast: Mitchell Ross, Kennedy Collier and Danny Stipanovich tease resident Texans fan and newest co-host, Max Clark, go over an exciting Week 10 in the NFL and the sudden NBA offseason and Draft.
Image courtesy of FX

Staff Picks: Crime, culture and poverty in the city

By Aleea Evangelista November 20, 2020
As the founder of the fashion house Versace, Gianni Versace was a fashion icon and built the brand’s empire. Versace's life was tragically ended by Cunanan and the series explores Cunanan's motive, childhood and the month that he spends in hiding from the FBI.
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 go old fashioned and make their Macbeth performance a radio drama, otherwise known today as a podcast.
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