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November 16, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Set construction, dance rehearsal, costume changes, makeup checks and vocal exercises are all part of the curriculum for students at the new South Orange County School of the Arts, which is staging its first theater production this weekend. The academy, which opened this fall at Dana Hills High School, is designed to give high school students an opportunity to study performing and visual arts in depth.
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November 16, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Set construction, dance rehearsal, costume changes, makeup checks and vocal exercises are all part of the curriculum for students at the new South Orange County School of the Arts, which is staging its first theater production this weekend. The academy, which opened this fall at Dana Hills High School, is designed to give high school students an opportunity to study performing and visual arts in depth.
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October 23, 2000 | Sharon Nagy, (714) 966-5832
Reservations are being taken for the South Orange County School of the Arts' production of "Caucasian Chalk Circle," a play about war, love, mystery and deception. The play, which features students David Fuhrman, Dan Rubiano, Tanya Schwied, Matt Swan and Heddy Tolly, is directed my Robb Rigg. The production will be at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday at the Porthole Theatre, Dana Hills High School, 33333 Golden Lantern. Information: (949) 240-1994.
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July 29, 1998 | LINN GROVES and MIMI KO CRUZ
A summer production of the musical "Gypsy" continues this week, presented by the South Orange County School of the Arts at Dana Hills High School. Directed by Robb Rigg, the musical tells the story of a woman who is determined to see her two daughters succeed in show business. It is set in the 1920s as vaudeville fades and burlesque gains popularity. The production features musical direction by E.J.
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July 1, 1996
Artistically inclined junior high and high school students will get a chance to participate this fall in a new visual and performing-arts programs at Dana Hills High School. During the just-concluded school year, Dana Hills launched its South Orange County School of the Arts pilot program, a "school within a school" that provided conservatory-style arts programs.
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June 7, 2000
33333 Street of the Golden Lantern Dana Point 92629-1899 (949) 496-6666 * Enrollment: 2,813 * Established: 1973 * Team name: Dolphins * Principals: James T. Walshe * Student president: Marisa Garcia * Valedictorians: Students with a 4.
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May 10, 2007 | Dana Parsons
There's no way Suzanne Tyler could have foreseen 14 years ago that any story of hers would end in a classy concert hall, but this one does. Back then, she was the single parent of an infant and a 4-year-old son and coming out of an unhappy marriage. Life was tough, including a short stint on welfare. She eventually got a part-time job handling the books at the Boys & Girls Club in San Juan Capistrano before landing a full-time spot at a private company.
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March 19, 1998 | CORINNE FLOCKEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens may have chased away the blues in "The Sound of Music," but students in Fullerton's Academy of the Arts need sturdier stuff to face real-life challenges. Stuff, says program director Scott Hedgecock, like commitment, hard work and a willingness to give up some short-term fun for the sake of long-term goals. "The arts experience gives you so much," he said. "Confidence, self-discipline, the ability to work in a group. . . .
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April 20, 1997 | EMILY OTANI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Assistance League of Capistrano Valley has clothed needy Dana Point children for two decades. This year, they're looking for ways to cut corners. "We will no longer supply the shoes, or [we will] cut back on the number of children we see," league fund-raiser Betty Lou Lovejoy said of the difficult choice that may lie ahead. "So far, we have not had to do that, but we may have to."
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February 13, 1997 | CORINNE FLOCKEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
During Dana Point's annual Festival of Whales, thousands brave wet tennies and churning stomachs for the thrill of seeing mighty California gray whales glide by on their annual Alaska-to-Mexico migration. But this year a four-legged animal may steal the show.
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