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TEMPORARY BOX OFFICE PHONE: (626) 653-6495
TUESDAY - FRIDAY, NOON - 4:00 PM​

The Haugh Performing Arts Center, on the campus of Citrus College, will remain closed until further notice. We are working to reschedule many performances, but have no definite dates at this time.
Please click here​ ​if you have tickets for any of our canceled performances.

For the latest information regarding the Citrus College's response to COVID-19, visit: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates​

HAUGH Virtual Field Trips
Haugh Performing Arts Center

Haugh Performing Arts Center

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HAUGH Virtual Field Trips​

Are you looking for a fun activity for your school or youth group? We are happy to offer these FREE Virtual field trips. We hope you can virtually visit the Haugh and enjoy one of our special holiday performances.


A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (Recommended for Grades 6-12, Approximate running time is 50 minutes)
Available December ​7-11

A faithful, yet fun and fast-paced retelling of the Dickens holiday classic. Join Scrooge, the Ghost of Christmas Past, Present, and Future for Christmas Carol, delivered virtually by the Citrus College Theatre Arts Department. ​Additional educational resources will also be available. 

For information on the live public weekend performance, click here.


Don't Shelve the Elves!: An animated treat from the Citrus Singers (Appropriate for all ages, Approximate running time is 25 minutes)
Available December 14-18

Santa's workshop is abuzz with the realization that Santa and the elves aren't able to visit Citrus College this year to see the children of the world. But who's going to break the news Santa? Ernie and Elsie decide to be the brave elves who take on the task!​​ The Citrus Singers lend their voice talents to a cast of animated characters in this new holiday adventure! Additional activities will also be available. 

For information on the public weekend performance, click here​.


HOW IT WORKS
On Monday the 7th or 14th (depending which show you choose), you will be given a link and a password to the field trip which will be good for that week. ​You can show the performance through your video classroom via this link, or you can send the link and password out to each of your students for them to view independently. The link will expire at 11:59 pm on the 11th or 18th (depending on which show you choose).​ You are welcome to attend both shows, just make sure to register for each show separately.


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR GROUP​




ALSO AVAILABLE FROM OUR FRIENDS ​AT THE DIABLO REGIONAL ARTS ASSOCIATION

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Created by DLUX Puppets, and commissioned by Kaiser Permanente and the Diablo Regional Arts Association, this program was created to help children reflect upon their time in quarantine. The COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine have had a tremendous impact on the mental health and wellness of our youth. The Quarantine Time Machine is a free digital video series accompanied by curriculum, activities, and mental health expert advice to serve this very timely need for children. Join Cory and Tina as they travel with their grandfather back in time in the Quarantine Time Machine!

Materials are free and available to both parents and educators.

Go to www.quarantinetimemachine.com for more information, And www.quarantinetimemachine.com/resour​ces/​ to sign up​.



HAUGH Performing Arts Center
hpac@citruscollege.edu


Temporary Box Office phone line (beginning March 18)
(626) 653-6495
Limited Box Office Hours
Tuesday – Friday 12:00pm – 4:00pm


Box Office: (626) 963-9411     Administration Office: (626) 852-8046    hpac@citruscollege.edu     1000 W Foothill Blvd, Glendora, CA 91741

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