CdS Sunrise

Fakespeare to show

Written by Nathan Samuels

November 18, 2010

On Friday Nov. 19 and Saturday Nov. 20 at 7 p.m., the third-hour Advanced Acting and Directing class is putting on a play in the auditorium for $5. The play is titled “Fakespeare,” and it includes parodies of actual Shakespeare plays. It contains a collection of plays from the Shakespeare festival...

The Nest puts on killer display

The Nest puts on killer display

Written by Bree Purdy

October 19, 2010

What do you fear most? Is it small enclosed spaces, the dark, blood or that chilling sensation of being followed? Maybe it’s fear itself that terrorizes you. Whatever it may be that keeps you awake at night, the award-winning Nest haunted house embraces that fear with a new location at Rawhide for...

It’s Kind of a Funny Story

Written by Jacob Cordas

October 18, 2010

When a movie opens up with it’s protagonist about to kill himself only to be interrupted by his family in a very humorous manner just like this one did, you would expect a film riddled with dark humor and a non-traditional story. Sadly this was not that. It did anything but that and I was disappointed. It’s Kin...

Bring Zach Galifianakis to Corona

Bring Zach Galifianakis to Corona

October 1, 2010

Ned Vizzini, the author of the book It's Kind of a Funny Story,  which inspired the movie of the same name, will be visiting a select high school with an actor from the cast of the film. Students will be able to “demand” the author and an actor, who is to be determined, to their school. The top ...

Hard Rock dance revived

Hard Rock dance revived

Written by Chanel Alvis

September 30, 2010

After a five-year break the Hard Rock dance is coming back to Corona. The dance is Friday, Oct. 1, after the football game. It will be two- to three- hours long and it’s casual dress. Varsity football players and anyone wearing a Hard Rock Corona shirt will get in for free. Otherwise it costs ten dollars...

Choir produces expectations for future concerts

Written by Jacob Cordas

September 28, 2010

I’ve never been to a Corona choir concert and I hate Taylor Swift. I’ll be honest. Her music reminds me of all the reasons why I support the Dark Side in all those Star Wars films, so I wasn’t exactly thrilled when I saw her song, Today Was A Fairytale, on the song list. Even with this abomina...

The Royal Family exceeds expectations

The Royal Family exceeds expectations

Written by Jacob Cordas

September 13, 2010

This weekend the school put on The Royal Family, a traditional American comedy. However, in its presentation and style, it is far from traditional. Story-wise it centered around Julia (senior Reese Galek) who is attempting to hold her family together, while her daughter (senior Cecilia Iole) is consider...

Cast hopeful for great performance

Written by Jacob Cordas

September 9, 2010

Drama teacher Nick Taylor and multiple Theatre Works members are putting on The Royal Family through September 10-11. The show will have a cast of 17, far larger than a many past Corona plays. According to Taylor the students are doing really well together. “They are jelling,” Taylor said. ...

Freshman dance lends a helping hand

Freshman dance lends a helping hand

Written by Sarah Dinell

August 16, 2010

The excitement was high before the freshman dance as anxious freshmen waited impatiently for the gym doors to open. “It’ll be fun and exciting, and I can’t wait to meet new people,” freshman Grace Ashu said before the start of the dance. The Freshman Dance is traditionally one of the most...

CdS Sunrise hosts rap contest

Written by Tyler Harris

May 21, 2010

The Sunrise held its first rap contest ever.  The rules were 1) Keep it clean (no bad words.) 2)It must be about/have something to do with Corona. 3) Be creative! After reviewing the entrees, the winner is senior Tyler Harris. His rap is below. Started off as a freshman now it’s almost graduat...

Percussion approaches last concert

Written by Ahmed Soussi

May 18, 2010

The final percussion concert of the year will be held tonight at 7 in the James C. Love Auditorium. All percussion classes will be participating in the concert. This includes steel band and concert band.  Tonight is the only night they will be performing. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in the...

Pops concert preview

Pops concert preview

Written by Mary Kate Eckles

May 13, 2010

For the past 16 years, every year, the auditorium fills up to the brim in May for the biggest choir concert of the school year. The annual Pops concert is popular and unique because it only features modern music. “It’s a lot more fun for the kids, and more entertaining for the audience,” said...

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