“Pose” and “Ramy” among some hidden gem shows that aren’t hyped up enough.
Fullerton College Theatre Arts Department takes an old folklore story and gives it a modern, psychological twist.
“La Llorona: An American Story” is a virtual experimental theater piece created to deconstruct the aspects of motherhood.
Actors brought “The Amazing Spiderman” comic to life with animated performances for the theater’s indoor reopening.
The Muck “Shades of Us” exhibit by portrait artist Eloy Torrez captures the diverse culture and personality that make “us” who we are.
The show comes to an end after its short six-episode run but leaves the door open for new stories to be explored.
In the wake of COVID-19 shutdowns and discussions around transgender rights, some feel like the show is just doing more of the same.
Who will win the biggest award in motion picture entertainment?
Muck Annual Jazz Festival: Spring 2021 expects to wow crowds with its new and sophisticated charms.
The contest is open to current or former students of Fullerton College, Cypress College and NOCE.
Jouvon Michael Kingsby discussed his inspirations and gave advice to the artists going through tough times.
Opera student Antonio Serrano shares his experience as a musical student having to perform and learn through Zoom.
Saturday’s faculty-led workshops consisted of many virtual workshops and culminated with awards and student recognitions.
Three instructors within the Fullerton College Theatre Arts Department speak on the trials and tribulations of being a woman within the world of theatre.
A profile on multimedia artist Michelle Sider surrounding her style, methods and Women’s History Month.
Professors from the music department opened up on what it means to be a woman in music and expanded on how they’ve used their experiences to shape teaching in the classroom while supporting other women.