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Behind the scenes of Limberlost, the Musical 

​​by Helen Slayton-Hughes and Dana Lewis Howel​l

April 22nd 7-8:30 pm A free virtual production

We had to delay our premiere, but we still have lots to show and tell.  Join us on Earth Day, as we explore the creative process behind our upcoming virtual production of Limberlost the Musical.

YouTube Live​

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Radium Girls by D.W. Gregory

April 30th-May 2nd @ 7:00pm A free virtual production

Inspired by a true story, the tale of a 1926 factory worker who goes toe-to-toe with the corporation who put her life in jeopardy, in order to save thousands of people from the horrific effects of radium poisoning.  A wry, unflinching look at the peculiarly American obsessions with health, wealth, and the commercialization of science.

RSVP is required for this event.​

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Limberlost, the Musical 

​​by Helen Slayton-Hughes and Dana Lewis Howel​l

May 21st-23rd 7:00PM A free virtual production


An original musical based on the best-selling 1909 novel, A Girl of the Limberlost, by pioneering naturalist Gene Stratton Porter, about a 15-year-old heroine who finds her calling as the natural world around her is being destroyed. This production will premiere in movie musical fashion. 


El Don Players presents...The Truth About Us and Other Lies

May 28th-May 30th @ 7:00pm A free virtual production

An all student written, directed and performed collaborative work experience, featuring the history of the entire world, or at least some people in it.


All events are free, but donations are appreciated.  See the donation link below. 

Looking to donate to the Theatre Department?

We are thankful to be able to offer our Theatre Arts Department events virtually this semester, free of charge.  However, expenses have still been incurred and we are grateful for any contributions.  Even a small donation of $5 can help to provide a student's needed prop.  If you are able to do so, we would be greatly appreciative.  We thank you for your patronage and support.


Please be sure to select "Friends of the Theater" as the designation to ensure the donation is received and available to the Theatre Department. Thank you so much for your donation. 


The college and the Santa Ana College Foundation are committed to supporting to SAC Fine & Performing Arts students and programs. We invite you to join us in supporting our students during this critical time. To find out how you can help, please call 714-564-6091 or email Executive Director Christina Romero at


SAC's Fine & Performing Arts faculty, staff and students also want to thank performance attendees and the Santa Ana and Orange County arts community for their continuing support. The show, though momentarily delayed, will go on.



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Additional Information:

Parking Permits: All vehicles parked at Santa Ana College must have a parking permit (student, staff or guest) Guest parking permits are available at kiosk for $2.00 a piece.

Late Comer Seating: Please be on time. It is the policy of Santa Ana College Theatre staff to seat latecomers only when there is a convenient break in the performance.

Group Rates: Plan a performance party! Group rates are available for 20 or more. For more information call the Fine & Performing Arts Office (714) 564-5660.

Questions or comments? Contact the Fine & Performing Arts Office (714) 564-5660.