Reviews

Review: First thing to do this summer? Rescue the Guardians

With spring semester coming to an end, some students will take summer classes. Others will take a break from school to free up time for the things they put off during the semester. No matter how students will spend their summer, the first thing they should do is head to Disney’s California Adventure and ride…

Friday performance filled mediocre melodies

Instead of watching the highly anticipated “Wonder Woman” film on opening night, a slew of family and friends arrived at the Haugh Performing Arts Center for an enjoyable evening as they supported their loved ones. On June 2, the Citrus College Visual and Performing Arts department hosted the 2017 Spring Music Concert. Five groups shared…

The full company gets in For-motion!

A night filled with a variety of music from Kendrick Lamar to music from the motion picture “La La Land,” Motion! had the audience cheering for more. The Citrus College Dance Department presented Motion! 2017, a dance concert students and faculty choreographed and designed. The Full Company, also known as student dancers, kicked off the…

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Review: The “magic” of Hollywood fills the Haugh

Opening day proved to be magical for the Citrus Singers’ show-stopping Cinemagic, The Music of the Movies. Songs of old and new were well balanced throughout the show, entertaining all ages. Act one started off with a medley of songs from classic movies, like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “The Wizard of Oz.” My favorite…

Review: Cowboys Round Up Classics and Comedy

Riders in the Sky brought the heart and soul of the old Wild West on May 7 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The performance at the Haugh was their 7,102 appearance in their 40-year career as they proved with their impressive performing skills that this was not their first rodeo. Each band member performed…

Review: Aerials at the Haugh

The word Quixotic means incredibly idealistic. Like its name, Quixotic: Gravity of Center showcased a romantic sensation of acrobatics, ballet and aerial performance on April 1 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Every acrobat, dancer, balancer and contortionist gave an emotional and tension-filled production fusing light and technology into a dazzling vision. A violin’s passionate…

Review: Crowd gets up-close look at Fortune Boy

Citrus College student Shane Malins’ band Fortune Boy performed on April 1 at American Legion in Pomona. The venue was small and the acoustics were not as good as it could have been, though it was as expected for an upcoming band. Fortune Boy did not perform on a stage, giving the crowd an up-close…