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BE A PART OF OUR SPRING SHOW!

She Who Was No More

Fernand is a traveling salesman who is bored with his wife, so he and his ice cold mistress, Lucienne, conspire to murder her and collect on her life insurance. They drown her in a bathtub, making the death look accidental. When her body vanishes, things spiral out of control and Fernand goes into a psychological freefall. Using the classic French suspense novel of the same name as a script, this multimedia production—filled with a chorus of menacing “Demons” who play many roles—fuses the novel, video, and 1950s music into a psychological kaleidoscope of paranoia and guilt.

 

We are seeking actors and production crew to bring this mysterious theatrical world to vivid life. Auditions for actors and interviews for all technical and design positions will be held the second week of the Spring 2022 semester.

If you are interested in auditioning for this show, fill out this form.

If you are interested in working in production or design on this show, click here.

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ONE WEEKEND!

November 18-20

El Carne King of Vallarta

Los Angeles Mission College Theatre Arts opens its 2021-2022 season on November 18 with the original comedy, El Carne King of Vallarta. The production celebrates the return to live performances for LA Mission College. El Carne King of Vallarta will run November 18-20 in the AMP Theater in LA Mission College's Arts, Media & Performance Building.

Using Pedro Calderón de la Barca's classic Spanish play Life is a Dream and Dallas-based playwright Annie R. Such's modern adaptation as launching points, LA Mission College Theatre has created its own comedic take on this epic tale. By setting it in the storeroom of a Vallarta Supermarket and infusing it with the culture, language, people, and music of the Northeast San Fernando Valley, LA Mission Theatre Arts returns to live production with an energetic spectacle that speaks to our community.

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NOVEMBER 1, 2021

Enrollment opens for Spring 2022 classes

Our path back to normal was laid in the fall with in-person classes and a new show. Now we're getting ready to move forward with even more activity in the spring. With new classes like Costume Design and the return of Intermediate Acting, we're looking to keep up the momentum and propel our students into the future.

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