South Coast Repertory: MyStage for Teens

South Coast Repertory (SCR), Orange County’s Tony-Award winning theatre company, is inviting students to attend our productions and attending exclusive events by becoming a member of MyStage.

The MyStage program is specially designed for 15-to 25-year-olds. Members get a special discount, $10 tickets for shows at South Coast Repertory.  There is no catch; there are no membership fees; SCR just wants young audiences to be able to experience professional theatre at a reasonable cost! It’s like student rush, but you can get great seats by purchasing tickets up to a month in advance! Members also get access to exclusive 

social events and behind-the-scenes updates.

Our next MyStage Event will be Teen Night on Thursday, April 4, 2019
6:15 – 7:15 PM Pre-show party
7:30 PM  Poor Yella Rednecks
This event is exclusive for 15-17yrs MyStage Members. Valid ID is required to attend MyStage Night events.

To learn more and RSVP please click on the link, MyStage Teen Night

Poor Yella Rednecks

In the award-winning Vietgone, Qui Nguyen recounted his parents’ hot and hilarious courtship in a Vietnamese refugee camp in 1975. Now, six years later, Tong and Quang are building new lives in a foreign land called Arkansas. But marriage is hard – especially when she’s having doubts and his first one isn’t over yet. One family’s history makes for a raucously funny, deeply moving take on the immigrant story, told with hip-hop style.

Recommendation: High school and above.

Contains adult language​, smoking and a recap of Vietgone.
To learn more, please click on the link MyStage
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We look forward to seeing your students at the Theatre!

SJHHS Choir to Receive Community Grant

San Juan Hills High School choir director, Michael Ushino, is elated this week, as he has become the recipient of a $5,000 grant from the Orange County Community Foundation for the SJHHS choir program. As he has continued to grow the choral music program in the past couple of years, Ushino realized a greater need for training to enhance the musical learning of his students. Private voice lessons are expensive, so he came up with the idea of helping students by hiring vocal coaches and subsidizing the cost for the choral students. Last year, Ushino started a Vocal Music Scholarship in the program in order to help his students with financial need get voice lessons that they can afford. However, funds were limited, so he began writing grant requests to local organizations to try to find additional funding.

Last week, Ushino was contacted by the Orange County Community Foundation and was told that the choir was given a $5,000 grant funded by the Robert and Doreen Marshall Fund for Dramatic Arts and Classical Music. This particular fund supports opera, choral, and symphonic performances, dramatic arts performance groups, and arts education. The choir will be able to use the grant to help cover the cost of voice lessons for students who wish to extend their learning and work on perfecting their craft outside the classroom. Ushino is really excited for the opportunity to help his students learn and grow while making great music!

Welcome!!

Unknown-2WELCOME to the new online home of the Visual and Performing Arts Department of the Capistrano Unified School District!! Ultimately, this will be your “One Stop Shop” for all things Visual and Performing Arts related!! Take a peek around and see the amazing things we have going on in the District!!