Theatre

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Constructing Christmas: “Christmas Is…” all year long

‘Tis the season for the Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department’s annual holiday spectacle “Christmas Is….” Every year, the production is re-imagined with a new script written by Citrus consulting writer John Carroll. Director Doug Austin, who has been in charge of the production since 1989, called “Christmas Is…” a year-round process. Austin, along with…

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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…

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Review: Strong Citrus voices deliver Broadway classics

The Citrus Singers perform a “Top of the Charts” medley in the first act of the show. The second act featured songs from classic plays like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Wicked.” (Photo courtesy of: Gene Berrera The Visual and Performing Arts Department delivered a performance that both young and old would appreciate. With musical…

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REVIEW: Liang discovers the world within

There is the old saying that home is where the heart is, but when your heart belongs to the pyramids in Egypt, the lush rain forests of Central America, and the cold winters of New England, it becomes difficult to decide which one is really home. Elizabeth Liang’s monologue, “Alien Citizen: An Earth Odyssey,” follows…

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The ‘Farce’ awakens

Two years ago in a community college somewhere far, far away, Craig Tyrl decided on his own mash-up rendition of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night in the style of Star Wars. Twelfth Night: A Galactic Farce production is the first of its kind. “I had thought about it two years ago and worked on the full adaptation…