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The Foothill Script

Foothill College's Student News Publication

The Foothill Script

Foothill College's Student News Publication

The Foothill Script

Cast members of Infinite Black Suitcase rehearse a scene during dress rehearsals / Photo from Foothill Theatre Arts Productions

The Things We Don’t Talk About: The “Infinite Black Suitcase” Play Review

Play director, Sinjin Jones, confronts the audience with this heart shattering play that addresses the grief people experience before and after a loved one passes away.
Into The Woods brought to Foothill Campus

“Into The Woods” brought to Foothill Campus

Michael Love, CJ Toledo, and Griffin O'Shea
March 9, 2023
Into the Woods is the newest production coming out of Foothills Theatre Arts Department - one that Stephen Sondheim would be proud of.
Beauty in the Ordinary: Bill Owen’s Work and Legacy Explained

Beauty in the Ordinary: Bill Owen’s Work and Legacy Explained

Brystol Beatley, Staff Writer
February 23, 2023

The 70s have never felt closer on Foothill campus than in 2023. On January 19th, fans and students gathered at the Krause Center for Innovation for a special photography exhibit, featuring highlights from...

Tilly, played by Fatima Mejia, attacks a monster onstage.

“She Kills Monsters” opens at Lohman Theater

Nikoo Parsizadeh and Script Staff, Staff Writer
November 10, 2018

Amidst the portrayals of imaginary monsters, heroes, and magical worlds, the love between two women and the bond between two siblings stole the spotlight of “She Kills Monsters,” a production put on...

Maria (center – Jillian Bader) and the von Trapp children (clockwise from left: Billy Hutton, Madison Colgate, Jake Miller, Anna Savage, Jane Quiazon, Mary Hutton) all sing together to forget their fear of the thunder.

Review: “Sound of Music” the Musical

Kathy Honcharuk and Devaki Dikshit
July 25, 2018

What unites the theater? Maybe the lights that dance on actors' faces? Maybe the magic that  flows out the orchestra pit? Or maybe the atmosphere itself created specifically for the audience? Nearly every...

Recipes: Eat Well and Save the Planet for Under $7

Recipes: Eat Well and Save the Planet for Under $7

Shirley Kwok, Contributor
March 17, 2018

Do YOU care about YOUR planet? Do YOU care about CLIMATE CHANGE? Do YOU want to make a DIFFERENCE? If you answered YES, this article is for you. Climate change and global warming is on the rise. The...

(L to R): Doralee (Allie Townsend), Violet (Glenna Murillo), and Judy (Rachelle Abbey) share fantasies of getting even with their chauvinistic boss in Foothill Music Theatres 9 to 5 The Musical, performing March 1-18.

Review: “9 to 5 The Musical”

Clayton Nagle, Staff Writer
March 5, 2018

The multi-award winning Foothill Music Theatre brought another stellar production to life last week when it lifted the curtain on 9 to 5: The Musical. An adaptation of the film from 1980, 9 to 5 follows...

Atul Gawande

“Being Mortal” Review: A Critical, Existential, and Thought-Provoking Read

Aditi Pandey, Staff Writer
February 25, 2018

Current coverage of healthcare focuses on insurance and longevity, while ignoring what may affect the patient the most most: mental health. “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End,” a book...

Review: Migoss Sophomore Album Culture II

Review: Migos’s Sophomore Album “Culture II”

Reed Showecker, Staff Writer
February 24, 2018

The name “Migos” didn’t mean much until Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff -- the trio of rappers that make up the group -- had their first No. 1 hit on Billboard’s top 100 with Lil Uzi Vert. As the group...

The Santaland Diaries Review: A Bittersweet Symphony of Holiday Cheer and Sarcastic Wit

The Santaland Diaries Review: A “Bittersweet Symphony” of Holiday Cheer and Sarcastic Wit

Ryan Sherod, Staff Writer
December 20, 2017

Each year as December rolls around, it feels increasingly difficult to juggle responsibilities while still getting into the holiday spirit before it all subsides. But even in the thick of deadlines, it...

Review: Thor: Ragnarok

Review: Thor: Ragnarok

Brett Jennings, Contributor
December 12, 2017

The third Thor movie, “Thor: Ragnarok” tells the tale of an imprisoned Thor (Chris Hemsworth) on a gladiatorial planet and the gang of heroes he meets along the way who help him defeat the Goddess...

People crowd the mall in attempts to get the most out of Black Friday Sales. Photo by Flikr Creative Commons

Black Friday Guide 2017

Veronica Miller, Staff Writer
November 23, 2017
The most important thing to begin preparing directly after your delicious Thanksgiving meal— your Black Friday survival bag. There’s no better way to get the most out of all the Black Friday savings than to come fully prepared. Luckily for you, by the end of this guide you will be prepared for the most productive day of shopping of your whole life.  
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