Theater Arts Department succeeds in “Spoon River Anthology” play

November 20, 2020

While nothing compares to seeing a play live, the East Los Angeles College Theater Arts Department did not fail in delivering a powerful and relevant adaptation of “Spoon River Anthology.”
Director David Laird Scott said there were no in-person rehearsals for this production. Instead, all the performers recorded their scenes individually.


‘Unpregnant’ places focus on abortion struggles

September 27, 2020

HBO Max’s original film “Unpregnant” is a boisterous teen film that sends an important message that is relevant in current times.
The film follows two teenage girls, Veronica Clarke and Bailey Butler. The girls were at one time best friends but grew apart during their teen years.


‘Evangeline’ sheds light on ’68 anti-war movement

  By Edward Hernandez All the seats were filled at the Bootleg Theater for Saturday’s opening night of ‘Evangeline, the Queen of Make-Believe.’ The room was quickly filled with excitement and curiosity all around. Set in East L.A., during the early days of 1968, the story revolves around the family difficulties during the draft, as well as the school walkouts and the start of a new anti-war movement. ‘Evangeline, the…

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