By Fiona Burrows, Staff Writer // Group ticket discounts, upcoming auditions, and cabaret performances are just some of the things that you can find at one of Acalanes’ new clubs. Theatre Club, affectionately […]
By Lisi Burciaga, Staff Writer // The sci-fi and thriller genre was greeted with a game changer this past summer when the release of a new hit TV show Stranger Things swept the globe. […]
By Karl-Erik Mills, Staff Writer and Videographer //There’s a general feeling in the film community nowadays that remakes are some kind of plague and the source of all bad movies when, really, […]
In its first installment ever, Jonli Keshavarez, Karl-Erik Mills, and host, Zachary Varela, discuss the death of beloved actor, Gene Wilder, and assess the summer’s top box office hits.
By Sierra Fang-Horvath // The melodic sounds of woodwind, stringed, brass and percussion instruments poured out of the Acalanes Performing Arts Center on the evening of Thursday, October 22 at 7 p.m. […]
By Lia White, Arts Editor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lmqk3saVARc Acalanes Performing Arts presents Pippin, based on the book by Roger O. Hirson with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The musical, which premiered on Broadway […]
By Reilly Webster, Online Graphics Manager A video compilation of student-submitted GoPro footage.
By Lucy Fellner, Online Content Editor The Acalanes Choir showcased their talent on January 27 in preparation for the upcoming Spring and Pops Concert. Different groups performed a medley of songs like […]
By Iris Wang, Staff Writer Cartoon by Alex Shimotake, Cartoonist In Mockingjay: Part 1, the dystopian nation of Panem is thrown into chaos after the destruction of the Hunger Games. The Districts […]
By Lia White, Arts Editor Winter is upon us, and with it comes the much anticipated two week break where teachers and students alike are able to spend some quality time unwinding from an […]