Through 24 years and 8 plays, Amy Freed and SCR’s relationship is going strong.
To commemorate SCR's 35th anniversary season, the theatre commissioned renowned caricaturist Al Hirschfeld to create a portrait of founders David Emmes and Martin Benson. Find out more about it.
Actor Ella Sadana North has been in a handful of productions at SCR. Among her favorites is Ella Enchanted. Find out why she chose this important moment from the play.
Finish this spooky story by adding your four words!
Our brand of learning in the Theatre Conservatory is informative and fun! In a safe and welcoming environment, students learn about the craft of acting and develop important life skills. Read more about our stellar faculty.
We mourn the passing of legendary scenic designer Ming Cho Lee whose work was featured in more than 300 productions around the world including two shows at SCR.
Each design team member has what is called a "tech table" set in the auditorium. The tables have computers, lights and headsets for swift work. Find out more.
SCR's Theatre Conservatory offers acting classes for adults taught by professional teaching artists who are experts in their craft and in the business of professional theatre. Meet the faculty.
Fifty years ago this week, SCR’s run of The Boys in the Band was coming to a close.
Preston Butler III was among the actors who brought Gem of the Ocean to life. He tells us why the photo he selected is an important moment from the play.
These thousand tricky tongue twisters trip thrillingly off the tongue!
For SCR's world-premiere of Qui Nguyen’s Poor Yella Rednecks (2019), costume designer Valérie Thérèse Bart, tapped into her own immigrant experience to design the 1970s Arkansas costumes.
South Coast Repertory joins Berkeley Rep and theatres across to the nation to participate in a free nationwide radio play adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ It Can’t Happen Here starring Oscar nominee David Strathairn. Listen on YouTube Oct. 13-Nov. 8. Learn More.
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