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Partying is Such Sweet Sorrow

Partying is Such Sweet Sorrow

Sarah Davenport, Staff Writer

April 12, 2016


Filed under Columns, Showcase

It is only appropriate to commemorate the life of an extraordinary man during his month of birth. By possibly the 23rd of April this year, William Shakespeare would have reached his 452nd birthday. "Age, with his stealing steps, hath clawed me in his clutch," he would say. Although so many years have...

Lily Solorio

Lily Solorio

Christina Davenport, Media & arts editor

October 27, 2015


Filed under Feature

Frontline: So why did you choose theater as one of your main electives while attending El Mo? Lily Solorio: Mainly because my mom introduced me to it. I've been doing it since I was little. It is a force of habit...but a fun force of habit for sure. FL: When did you begin performing? What was...

Drama’s Most Accomplished

Drama’s Most Accomplished

Jessica Cedillo, Photographer

September 15, 2015


Filed under Focus

This year El Modena's theater class has made an enormous effort to encourage students to participate in their new activities. For example, they have organized movie nights, poetry slams, and various musicals. Drama has become a place where they are able to step out of their comfort zone in a safe environment...

The Wondrous Production of Peter Pan

The Wondrous Production of Peter Pan

Jordan Cowdell, Staff Writer

January 14, 2015


Filed under Media&Arts

From pixie dust to trust, the ever famous play "Peter Pan", performed by Yorba Linda's Spotlight, had outstanding actors that flew into our hearts and gave the nostalgic feeling of our everlasting childhood. Held at Fullerton College Campus Theater, all seats were filled as the greeters informed us...

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