Advance tickets purchased online are discounted 20% - Online sales end 2 hours prior to performance start time.
Please note that parking permits are required to park on campus all day Monday through Thursday and on Fridays until 5pm.
ORIGINAL STUDENT ONE ACTS • theatre
November 20, 21, 22, 23 @ 7:30pm (PA, Studio Theater)
If you’re wondering where the next generation of playwrights and screenwriters are coming from; then look no further. This production of original one act plays written, produced and directed by Moorpark College students offers something for everyone. The styles run from comedy to tragedy and there is never a dull moment as our students celebrate their generation, their culture and the trials and tribulations of going to college in this day and age. While the content can be for mature audiences, each play will force the audience to think about the most pressing issues confronting our students today. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to delve into the hearts and minds of our students as we laugh and learn about the theatrical art form.
THE HOPE OF LOVING • orchestra & choir concert
November 22 @ 7:30pm (Performing Arts Building, Main Stage)
The Moorpark College Symphony Orchestra and Choral & Vocal Program kick off the year with an inspiring and ambitious program exploring themes of love, loss, and hope. The program opens with the sobering and melancholic Schicksalslied (“Song of Destiny”), Op. 54 by Johannes Brahms for full orchestra and chorus, then shifts to an inspiring new work by living composer Jake Runestad called “The Hope of Loving” for string quartet and chamber chorus. The program concludes with the rousing and uplifting Symphony No. 9 by Ludwig van Beethoven for orchestra and symphonic chorus, to include the rhapsodic “Ode to Joy” fourth movement. This is a captivating program that you won’t want to miss!
MUSIC FOR A SUNDAY AFTERNOON • Jazz & Wind Ensembles
November 24 @ 2:00pm
Join us as the Moorpark College Jazz and Wind Ensembles fill the night with great jazz repertoire, classics, modern masterpieces, and even popular pieces from Broadway and film showcasing our very talented student musicians. Brendan McMullin, Director
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& SAVE THE DATE FOR THESE FALL 2019 SEASON PERFORMANCES
CLUB M IMPROV• film television & media arts
November 26 @ 7:30pm (Communications Building, TV Studio)
FALL FORENSICS SHOWCASE • forensics (PA, Main Stage)
December 9 @ 1:30pm & 7:30pm
December 10 @ 7:30pm
HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR • PAC holiday show (PA, Main Stage)
December 6, 7 @ 8:00PM
December 8 @ 2:00pm
ELF • youth musical theatre (Applied Arts Building, Forum)
December 4, 6, 7, 8 @ 7:30pm
December 7 & 8 @ 2:00pm
INFORMAL EVENING OF DANCE I • dance
December 16 @ 7:00pm (PA, Main Stage)
INFORMAL EVENING OF DANCE II • dance
December 17 @ 7:00pm (PA, Main Stage)
Performances at our college may contain explicit content including: strong language, mature themes, violent and/or sexual subject matter. If you should have any questions or concerns about the appropriateness of the content in any given performance, please call the Box Office prior to purchasing tickets
Campus Parking Information
Guests to our campus may park at no charge on the weekends beginning Friday at 6pm through Sunday evening. Parking lots M and PA are the closest locations to the Performing Arts Building
**At all other times visitors must purchase a Parking Pass for $2.00 per vehicle/per day from any of the yellow parking machines located in each of our lots around campus. The pass is valid the entire day of purchase. Parking rules are enforced by Ventura County Community College Police Department. (805) 378-1455.