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Campus briefs: bathrooms, bazaar and a fundraiser

October 25, 2011

Plumbing problems GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- Plumbing problems have forced the temporary closure of the restrooms in Building 34, college officials reported Tuesday. Until further notice, people should use the restrooms in Buildings 30 or 36 as alternatives. * Campus yard sale GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- Parking Lot 7 will be turned i...

‘Aesop’s Fables’ to be presented Oct. 21-22

October 17, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release)--What’s so bad about counting your chickens before they are hatched? And, what is a wolf in our sheep’s clothing anyway? Theatre goers will discover life lessons about our foibles, common sense and humanity at the Grossmont College Theatre Arts Department produ...

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ is a bell ringer

David Hurst

October 8, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE -- Dead Man’s Cell Phone opened to a capacity crowd on Thursday, Oct. 6.  The comedy written by Sarah Ruhl tells of Gordon (Aaron Duggan) who dies while eating at a café. The ringing of his cell phone bothers fellow patron Jean (Layla Stuckey) so much that she approaches the ma...

Nothing like death to teach about life

Jessyka Holguin

October 2, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE--Three students in the cast of a play about a dead man say in the process of rehearsing, they've learned about life.  Audiences will see what they mean beginning Oct. 6 when Dead Man's Cell Phone, Grossmont's  first play of the Fall Semester, opens at the Stagehouse Theatre. ...

`Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ will ring in October

September 29, 2011

  GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release)--The Theatre  Arts Department will present Dead Man’s Cell Phone, a mystery and romantic comedy, at 7:30 p.m. on October 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15, and at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8 and 15, at the Stagehouse Theatre. Featuring Grossmont College drama st...

Henry Jordan’s spirited farewell to Grossmont

Corey Streeper

May 14, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE- The end is near, the end of the semester that is. With finals looming over and a lot of students trying to decide what they will do when it is all over the campus is in a frenzy of indecision. One thing is for sure though: this is the last chance in the spring semester to catch a Gr...

A busy month of May for the arts at Grossmont

William Dudley

April 28, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE-- Jazz by the bay and spirits at the Stagehouse highlight the offerings for Grossmont College arts lovers this month. All that Jazz The third annual Jazz All Stars concert will take place at Humphreys by the Bay on May 2. There will actually be two concerts. The first, from 7 p.m. ...

GC Stagehouse runs new Hamlet interpretation

Corey Streeper

March 11, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE – It’s opening night and standing just outside the door to the Grossmont Stagehouse Theatre is a large group of patrons patiently awaiting the opening of Hamlet. This Shakespearian classic is definitely a favorite of this crowd. Many of the theatregoers were talking about the las...

Theatre cast shines with first play in Spring

Corey Streeper

March 7, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE-Drama students presented vivid examples of the craft of acting in “Inside the Actors’ Process: Improvisation,” directed by Grossmont theater professor Jerry Hager. The production played both at Grossmont College (on Feb. 4 and 5) and at various high schools. Many in the audien...

‘Hamlet’ comes to the Stagehouse Theatre

February 24, 2011

GROSSMONT COLLEGE (Press Release)--The  theatre arts department will present William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Jeannette Thomas, at the Stagehouse theatre on campus March 10-19.  Tickets at the box office  cost $10 for students, $11 for staff, seniors and military, and general admission...

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