Santa Ana College
Theatre Arts Department
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1530 West 17th Street
Santa Ana,CA 92706
?The Santa Ana College Theatre Arts Department is committed to the focused and disciplined education of students who are interested in acting careers or technical production careers in the entertainment industry. Our mission is to inspire a passion, love, and appreciation for the art of theatre; to assist students in developing a realistic plan for beginning a career in the entertainment industry; to provide students with fundamental theoretical knowledge and the core practical skills as used in the theatre industry today; and to prepare students for transfer to undergraduate collegiate programs.
Notable Alumni Include:
Faculty Info: Amberly Chamberlain, Sean Small.
Allen And Gray's NEW VOICES Concert Series Will Feature Ryan M. Luevano
September 28, 2020
Allen and Gray's digital New Voices Concert series comes back to their Facebook page tonight Monday (September 28th) and will feature Ryan M. Luévano, writer of the new musical 57 Bus.
Cast Announced For New York Developmental Reading Of 57 BUS
February 16, 2020
Updated Schedule Announced For Heartbeat Of Mexico Festival At Musco Center
May 15, 2019
From the brightest minds in the field of Mexican cultural studies to the brightest stars in the world of Latin entertainment, the Musco Center for the Art's Fourth Annual Heartbeat of Mexico Festival will offer a greatly expanded cast and calendar on the Chapman University campus in Orange over Memorial Weekend, May 23-26, 2019. In association with Chapman University's Latinx Staff & Faculty Forum, Heartbeat of Mexico will include an afternoon of free Ballet Folklorico inside historic Memorial Hall, a free day-long family-friendly outdoor celebration with music, dance, crafts for kids and food, and two nights of music headliners: superstar duo Jesse & Joy on Thursday, May 23 and Lupillo Rivera performing with Mariachi on Sunday, May 26.