Arts Education Productions

Upcoming Projects and Events

Frozen Jr.

Join us for our spring arts education production of Frozen Jr.!

Performances: March 22nd-24th

Performing at Scripps Ranch High School, 10410 Falcon Way, San Diego, CA 92131

I Love You Because

Based on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a small but mighty cast of six take the stage to show the different ways love can present itself when you least expect it.

Music by Joshua Salzman Book and Lyrics by Ryan Cunningham 
Directed by Bobby Imperato

Performances: March 29-April 21, 2024 at Trinity Theatre, 1640 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 129, San Diego, CA 92108

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"It’s unbelievable, but true! Philip was offered the role of Dickon Sowerby in The Secret Garden. He let out a scream of joy when he found out about it and he has been excited and in a happy mood ever since. What a great new reality. I still cannot quite believe it. It’s clear that without your excellent guidance it would have not happened. His monologue and his confidence about acting had improved substantially after you taught him. I am therefore immensely grateful to you for having helped Philip gain access to a new world in which he will surely make new and wonderful experiences. He will always remember and be grateful to his very first theater teacher for the rest of his life."


5 Stars. I loved it!
Took our 12 year old daughter, who is really into Shakespeare right now, to see it and she laughed the whole way through.
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged
Judging by his most recent production of the very quirky, oddball 1999 dysfunctional-family comedy, “Fuddy Meers,” by David Lindsay-Abaire, he and his company are definitely worth a look-see. 
Under Boyd’s direction, the cast of “Fuddy Meers” (a stroke victim’s mangling of ‘funhouse mirrors’), centered by the ebullient performance of Kandace Crystal as the amnesiac Claire, captured the wacky, off-the-wall sensibility of this play about family and memory — and violence (excellent fight choreography by Kellen Gold). A few lengthy blackouts, but a very committed ensemble who deftly mined the humor and the play’s dark absurdity.
Pat Launer