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Malibu High Theatre students tackle dungeons, dragons and "Monsters"

November 19, 2020 by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, The Arts

For a typical production, Malibu High Theatre Department students perform on a single stage.

“She Kills Monsters,” the school’s Dec. 4-5 streaming offering, will slay that way of thinking.

Because the pandemic is limiting on-campus...

Poetry stone set for placement at Legacy Park

October 8, 2020 by Scott Steepleton, Editor Life & Arts, The Arts

A chunk of black Belgian limestone engraved with a poem about a bird is making its way to Malibu's Legacy Park today, where it will stand in honor of a lover of...

Pepperdine hosting three-day Fine Arts Cabaret

by Scott Steepleton, Editor The Arts

Musical theater students from Pepperdine University will present a virtual Fine Arts Cabaret, Nov. 12-14.

Directed by Kelly Todd and billed as a “response to the distanced learning format of the fall 2020 semester,” the event will feature...

Young violinist from Malibu plays his way to award

by Scott Steepleton, Editor The Arts

A young violinist from Malibu recently took second place in his age category in a prestigious statewide competition.

Aidan Fu, 11, a Webster Elementary grad, was among 61 musicians in the American...

Guerin Swing comes full circle

by Scott Steepleton, Editor News, The Arts

For all its heartache, the pandemic has led a lot of people to turn their attention inward, to assess where they are and perhaps chart a new course to where and who they want to be.

Guerin Swing, a well-known name in...