LOS ANGELES MISSION COLLEGE THEATRE ARTS
Bringing professional theatre training and productions to Los Angeles's Northeast Valley since 2015
LA Mission College's Theatre Arts program is location in the Arts, Media & Performance (AMP) Building on the main campus. All shows are performed in the AMP Theater.
13356 Eldridge Avenue
Sylmar, CA 91342
ADVANCE TICKET SALES
Tickets to events can be purchased by clicking on the "BUY TICKETS" box at the top of this page. Although we don't have a formal box office, tickets can also be purchased in advance by visiting Robert Cucuzza's office in the lobby of the AMP Building. Hours are generally 9:00-10:30 am, Monday through Thursday.
The AMP Theater box office opens one hour before show time.
Plan on arriving at least fifteen minutes before show times. If you have never been to the campus before, please leave extra time to find your way.
Parking is free on the second and third floors of the parking structure about halfway down the block on Eldridge Avenue. The Arts, Media & Performance Building is right next to the parking structure.
Our theatre is outfitted with two separate wheelchair spaces in the orchestra which can be reserved through the ticketing site at the link above.
ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES
If you would like an assisted listening device, please email a request via the contact below.
CELL PHONES, PICTURES, AND VIDEOS
Cell phone usage of any kind is absolutely prohibited during our shows. The light from screens is distracting not only for your neighbors, but especially for the actors. Photographs or video recordings of the show are also prohibited. It's best to turn digital devices off during theatre.
TODDLERS AND BABIES
Although we love toddlers, their unpredictable behavior can disrupt the audience and performers alike. Even though it may seem like a live performance will keep them riveted, still, and quiet, that is rarely the case. Babes in arms are strictly prohibited.
BE A PART OF THE SHOW
Being a part of the LA Mission College productions, both on stage and behind the scenes, is easier than it may seem. At the beginning of each semester, we hold auditions and interviews for the upcoming show. Auditions are for interested actors; interviews are for all other interested people—designers, stage managers, technicians, assistants, etc... If we accept you into the company, we add you to the course called Rehearsals and Performances. You don't need to be a full time student. In fact, you can even just enroll in that one course. We frequently work with people who've never done theatre before, but have an interest in it.