Alchemy Theatre Company
Alchemy Theatre Company is devoted to advancing the art and experience of theatre in our own community through integrity, quality, and creativity. We create opportunities to work with leading artists in an environment that is not only respectful, committed, and welcoming, but also pushes the envelope of what can be imagined.
American Coast Theater Company
American Coast Theater Company is committed to producing professional theatre with artistic excellence and high production value. They are committed to producing works that may inspire hope or self-reflection through the eyes of the characters that struggle with their own humanity. Their goal is to produce works from the American and international dramatic canon.
The Cabrillo Playhouse was chartered as a non-profit corporation on March 6th 1953, and has been bringing comedies, drama and musicals to San Clemente and neighbors ever since! The Playhouse represents the nostalgic past of our great city. Built in 1928, the troupe moved into the converted historic Ole Hanson-style home and turned it into our beloved, “intimate” 66-seat theatre by the sea.
Chance Theater is dedicated to the creation of exciting theatrical experiences, taking artistic risks, and collaborating with gifted artists on passionate and provocative plays and musicals. Their mission is to contribute to a more connected, compassionate, and creative community.
Costa Mesa Playhouse
The Playhouse is dedicated to presenting affordable, quality, live theater in a comfortable and intimate setting, and to offering the talented actors, singers, dancers and stage craftspeople of Orange County a welcoming environment in which to practice their craft.
Founded in 1920, Laguna Playhouse is one of the oldest continuously-operating not-for-profit theatres on the West Coast and is noted for its wide-ranging theatrical programming, award-winning youth education offerings and community partnerships. The Laguna Playhouse is a valued part of the Laguna Beach arts community that serves all of Southern California with year-round, professional, high-quality productions in theatre, music and dance.
Newport Theatre Arts Center
Newport Theatre Arts Center has been producing the best community theater in southern Orange County since 1979. We are located on Cliff Drive and overlook Pacific Coast Highway and the spectacular Pacific Ocean. Our 90-seat venue offers comfortable, upholstered seating, affordable pricing, free parking and convenient access to the finest dining Newport Beach offers.
Ophelia's Jump Productions
Ophelia's Jump is nonprofit intimate theatre company producing in Upland and Claremont focused on shifting the status quo to provide meaningful opportunities for intersectional representation of underrepresented artists while telling compelling, thought-provoking stories.
Orange County Playwrights Alliance
Committed to free expression and risk-taking, the Orange County Playwrights Alliance (OCPA) celebrates, promotes and supports the diversity of playwrights with Orange County in common and provides innovative and educative theatrical experiences for the community at large.
Project La Femme
Project La Femme is a performance/art collective that seeks to create and investigate images and defnitions of women through diversity, inclusiveness and honesty. Their goal is to challenge and expand the concept of feminine, to use art as activism, to provide value and support to our community and to hold ourselves accountable in amplifying voices potentially deemed "other".
STAGEStheatre is consistently evolving to provide artists with a creative environment that offers an eclectic and challenging variety of theatrical opportunities at all "stages" of the process. STAGEStheatre presents every form of theatrical literature, from the classics to world premieres. STAGEStheatre endeavors to merge each literary work with the highest production values and the most passionate performances possible.
South Coast Repertory Theatre
Tony Award-winning South Coast Repertory, founded in 1964 and located in Costa Mesa, is led by Artistic Director David Ivers and Managing Director Paula Tomei. SCR is widely recognized as one of the leading professional theatres in the United States. While its productions represent a balance of classic and modern plays and musicals, SCR is renowned for its extensive new-play development program—The Lab@SCR—which includes one of the nation’s largest commissioning programs. Of SCR’s 534 productions, one-quarter have been world premieres. SCR-developed works have garnered two Pulitzer Prizes and eight Pulitzer nominations, several Obie Awards and scores of major new-play awards.
The Electric Company Theatre
The Electric Company Theatre is a 501(c)3 non-profit theatre in residence at the historic Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton. We produce electrifying stories, electrifyingly told. Our work ranges from Shakespeare and musicals to original plays and site sympathetic experiences.
The Larking House
The Larking House is a grassroots theatre company dedicated to providing a home for emerging artists.
We aim to offer our artists and our audiences a truly rich & creative experience with every project we choose to take by fostering unique & unsung ideas, championing bold new works & building a diverse collective of fresh artistic minds.
The Wayward Artist
The Wayward Artist aims to create an artistic home for the wayward artist- the lost, the naked, the vulnerable. They aim to produce wayward theatre of the highest quality- works forgotten, works re-invented, works unknown. They attempt to transform a wayward world- its arrogance, its ignorance, its complacency.
Unnamed Theatre Company
Unnamed Theatre Company is "smart, scrappy and sprightly theatre creators who affirm that art should honor the humanity of all peoples. We seek to uplift and empower the voices of the unheard, the unattended to and the undesired, so that we may create theatre experiences that touch the souls of our community and push the boundaries of creativity."
Westminster Community Playhouse
The Westminster Community Playhouse (WCP) is a non-profit community theatre that engages with the community through artistic, educational and cultural experiences that enrich lives and promote lifelong learning in and through the performing arts. WCP values it’s patrons and volunteers, and strongly believes in: Education, Camaraderie, Diversity, Integrity, Respect, Accountability and Teamwork.