Reviews

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…

Review: Big band jazz duel slams center stage

The duel between Azusa Pacific University and Citrus College wasn’t for musical supremacy, rather, the night was a showcase of the talented student jazz musicians this community has to offer. The 13th rendition of the Battle of The Big Bands between the APU Jazz Ensemble and Citrus’ Blue Note Orchestra took place on March 17…

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Take a ride down the Gold Line: Irwindale

Since the completion of the new Metro Gold Line in February, students have had access to eight new stops along the way to Los Angeles. The Irwindale stop takes around 5 minutes to get to starting at the Azusa Pacific University and Citrus College stop. Unfortunately, even though access to Irwindale is a lot easier,…

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Review: Strong performance from strong voices

The Citrus Theatre Arts Department’s annual showcase delivered two hours of entertaining original works from students on the opening night of Emerging American Voices Oct. 15 inside the Little Theatre. This year’s showcase was special, with all three original plays written by female screenwriters with three female directors and three female main characters. Each play…