We’re excited to announce our 2021 Spring/Summer season!
Artistic Director David Ivers fills you in on our new season.
Oh talked about his favorite places to write, the moment he knew he wanted to be a playwright, his grandmother and more.
Jenna Cola selected this photo as a funny and poignant moment from the show.
John Glore, SCR's associate artistic director and dramaturg for the staged reading of Covenant, chats with playwright York Walker. Be aware that they’ll be talking about the play and there may be some spoilers!
Walker talked about his favorite places to write, the moment he knew he wanted to be a playwright, his best find at Ikea and more.
Allison Gregory chats with Associate Artistic Director and Production Dramaturg John Glore about inspiration and her writing process.
In this show-and-tell, Jen Stringfellow, South Coast Repertory's scenic charge artist, shares how her team created the realistic textures of tree bark found on the set of Red Riding Hood.
Best-selling novelist Elizabeth George wanted to do something to help writers at the start of their careers—so she created the Elizabeth George Foundation. Read about the recipients of the commissions for 2020 and 2021.
SCR has returned to producing theatre—creating and filming the Theatre for Young Audiences Family show, Red Riding Hood. Learn how SCR safely created the environment for the play.
Raymond Lee appeared in Vietgone by Qui Nguyen and in this Q&A, he talks about why he picked this photo as the point of no return for audiences.
Director Shannon Flynn loves working on stories geared for young audiences. She's even an Emmy winner for “Sesame Street. " But you may not know that she has roots at SCR...in the admin office.
Andy Knight, co-director of the Pacific Playwrights Festival, talks about how PPF comes together and what to look for.