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She Who Was No More 

Thru May 21

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SHE WHO WAS NO MORE
MAY 13-21

Los Angeles Mission College Theatre Arts will present its spring production, She Who Was No More, an on-stage psychological thriller based on the 1954 French novel of the same name.  She Who Was No More will run May 13-21 in the AMP Theater in LA Mission College's Arts, Media & Performance Building. In this tale of suspense, Fernand, a bored traveling salesman and his mistress, Lucienne, conspire to murder Fernand's  wife, Mireille, and collect on her life insurance. They commit what they believe to be the perfect crime, depositing the body in a pool. When the Mireille's corpse vanishes, things spiral out of control and Fernand goes into a psychological whirlpool, losing his grasp on reality, barreling forward to a shocker of an ending. 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 design, and 1950s music into a suspenseful kaleidoscope of guilt and paranoia.

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PARTNERSHIP

APR 11-JUN 6

Latino Theatre Company

Los Angeles Mission College is honored to announce a groundbreaking partnership with the award-winning Latino Theater Company and their Artistic Director and Board President, José Luis Valenzuela.

This new partnership will provide students districtwide with a world-class education in dramatic arts. The Theater 285 – Directed Study course being taught by theatrical legend and UCLA Emeritus Distinguished Professor Valenzuela, allows students at any of the nine LACCD colleges to learn from an iconic director and attend performances at the Los Angeles Theatre Center on Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles.

For more information on this historic partnership, click the button below.

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ENROLLMENT OPEN FOR FALL 2022
ENROLL TODAY!

New Classes

We've soldiered through the return back to in-person classes this year and looking forward to a fall semester that's full of events, shows, and classes. With classes like Introduction to Theatrical Lighting Design and the return of Script Analysis, we're building up momentum.

Click on the link below to see all of the classes that we're offering, and enroll today!

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