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The Triton’s Favorite Pieces of Arts and Culture in 2019

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Whether you are putting off your studying for finals or looking ahead for entertainment to help pass the time during winter break, The Triton has you …

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Muir Musical’s "Songs for a New World" Shines

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The Ché Café hosted an intimate performance of Songs for a New World on November 24. The show was produced by Muir Musical and co-directed/choreographed by …

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Club Culture: Kaibigang Pilipin@

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Editor’s Note: Article Author Danielle Hernandez is a scriptwriter for Pilipin@ Cultural Celebration. On a campus that spans 1,976 acres and claims 30,285 students, Filipinx faces …

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Back the Night Seeks to Address Rape Culture Through Performance and Art

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An upcoming event at UC San Diego, Back the Night, continues the ongoing discussion of sexual assault and attempts to address the roots of rape culture. …

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Muir Musical Presents: Hairspray, a First-Rate Production

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Muir Musical is an entirely student-run organization, formed to fill a perceived lack of musical theatre opportunities on campus. It is composed mostly of non-theatre majors. …

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Muir Musical 2019: From Script to Show

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Be prepared to say goodbye to Jesus Christ Superstar and “Good Morning Baltimore” in about a month. Yes, Muir Musical will be presenting the beloved show …

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“TheirStories” Aims to Transform The Vagina Monologues "From the Inside Out"

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Editor’s Note: On March 8, 2019, The Triton published ‘TheirStories Aims to Transform The Vagina Monologues ‘From the Inside Out.’ Since we published the piece, individuals from the trans community …

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Out of the Shadows: A Look into Manual Cinema’s Puppets, Poetry, and Performance

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Chicago-based performance group Manuel Cinema shared their latest work, No Blue Memories: The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks, in Mandeville Auditorium last Friday, February 22. The show, …

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Fair Play Creates Unexpected Theatre with “Miscast: A Gender-Bent Cabaret”

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While most students were likely cramming on Sunday night before the start of finals week, an eclectic mix of students from student organization Fair Play were …

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The Show Must Go On: Student-Run Production of Tartuffe Triumphs Over Hurdles

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A Theatre and Dance Department-sponsored student production of Tartuffe concluded its run at the Arthur Wagner Theater in Galbraith Hall on November 17. Directed by UC …