Destiny: Review

By Russell Lewis

September 18, 2014

Filed under Arts

Next to the iPhone 6 launch, Activision and Bungie’s “Destiny” was the most anticipated release of 2014. Announced back in 2012, Bungie’s dream and promise for “Destiny” was to create an... Read more »

On the Scene

By Nadia Basich

September 18, 2014

Filed under Arts

Broadway auditionsVoice audition sign-ups are located in the Fine Arts Division office no later than Sept. 24 at 4:30 p.m. The master class will be only heard for Broadway selections. Auditions start Sept.... Read more »

Story teller tells her story

By Angela Yim

September 18, 2014

Filed under Arts, Top Stories

As the theater lights flicker indicating the audience to take their seats, the curtain is prepped, the actors say their final prayers, and the director anxiously waits – waits to see their imagination come to life. ... Read more »

Four visions from self-producing artists

By Juan Lorenzo Gutierrez

September 14, 2014

Filed under Arts

Action, drama, and feelings are demonstrated in the Four Visions Photo Gallery, designed and paid for by four talented EC students. “The goal (and) the purpose is to showcase the work of emerging... Read more »

The Revolution’s Chaos Review

By Thomas Schmit

September 14, 2014

Filed under Arts

It’s not often that a stage production incorporates Christian values, graphic scenes of sexual degradation, slapstick comedy and philosophical debates on racial prejudice into a single night of performance. However, “Chaos”,... Read more »

ECC music faculty featuring the Crenshaw Chamber Orchestra debut at the campus theater

By Wendy Lopez

September 14, 2014

Filed under Arts

Music appreciation students and community members will perform as the Crenshaw Chamber Orchestra for their first time as a collaborative group on Sept. 28 in the Campus Theatre. The EC music department... Read more »

Student one-acts: the callback and the difficulty of casting your colleagues

By Russell Lewis

September 6, 2014

Filed under Arts

He looks closely at his next line, he squints his eyes and begins to read, "I, I see red paint spilled on the card," Robert Hart says as he acts out a scene from Flowers for Algernon as Charlie Gordon.Students act and... Read more »

“America’s Got Talent” Winner Performing at El Camino College

By Russell Lewis

September 3, 2014

Filed under Arts, Featured Multimedia, Multimedia, Online

El Camino College and Marsee Auditorium receive many acts and performances throughout the year, but this might be the most anticipated yet. Japanese-American Kenichi Ebina won season 8 of "America's Got Talent" (2013 season)... Read more »