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May 5, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
The news hasn't been good for the feature film "Newsies," a musical that survived in the theaters seemingly about as long as the early 20th-Century newsboys' strike on which the movie is based. But a Brea youth who appeared in the movie hasn't let the bad news get him down. "I really liked it and I don't know why it didn't last," said Joseph Creagh, 17, a junior at Brea-Olinda High School who appeared as Jake, one of the vast cast of newsboys in the film.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
The news hasn't been good for the feature film "Newsies," a musical that survived in the theaters seemingly about as long as the early 20th-Century newsboys' strike on which the movie is based. But a Brea youth who appeared in the movie hasn't let the bad news get him down. "I really liked it and I don't know why it didn't last," said Joseph Creagh, 17, a junior at Brea-Olinda High School who appeared as Jake, one of the vast cast of newsboys in the film.
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September 17, 1992 | Responses gathered by Trisha Ginsburg
The high school years are fraught with wishes: wishes to fit in, wishes for a date with that special someone or wishes for scholarships to top universities. However, when some students were polled at a summer leadership conference at UC Santa Barbara, their wishes ranged from global concerns to esoteric ones. Hot Topics asks, "If you could have one wish for the upcoming school year that was guaranteed to come true, what would it be?" * "End racism."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 15, 1987 | MARK CHALON SMITH
Considering Cathy Rigby's experience as a gymnast--she was the first American woman to win a medal in that event in world competition--the irrepressible athleticism she brings to the title role in Regional Repertory Theatre's "Peter Pan" shouldn't be surprising. But what may not be expected is how well she fleshes out the part with polished singing and some charming, accomplished acting. Rigby has played the J.M.
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August 9, 1997 | DARYL H. MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Guys and Dolls" may be set in a seemingly far-removed world of hotshot gamblers and their Broadway babies, but beneath those trappings, it's really just a chronicle of the clinches and the clashes involved when two people fall in love. And therein lies its enduring appeal. The beloved musical remains as joyous as ever in an outdoor presentation by Buena Park Civic Theatre.
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