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The ARC program has been quiet for most of this past year due to COVID-19 and done for for the remainder of this year. We will reassess in the summer to determine if we’ll continue on for 2021-2022.

In the meantime, John has been working on new projects behind the scenes targeted for Spring 2022. Stay tuned to our social media for updates, casting calls, and applications!

Keep Making

Keep Making

We know isolation is difficult and being locked down can be challenging. We hope you can find ways to escape into a book, movie, video game, or conversation with a friend or loved one. And we hope you get the help and support you need if you are struggling at any time. And if you are doing well, check on those in nearby. Take care during this difficult time. There is blue sky behind those clouds.
ARC Program and Update

ARC Program and Update

The ARC Program is on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.

But we are still in touch and hope to build something the world can see soon.

Follow our Facebook page or follow our instagram for regular updates.

Stay healthy, safe, wash your hands, and keep physical distancing.

New performers can still submit themselves to join the program on our ARC page.

1984 Tickets!

1984 Tickets!


Big Brother is Watching.

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Fresh off the heels of their fall production of Dracula, AOR Presents George Orwell’s 1984.

This stage adaptation of 1984 is true to the novel in which Orwell depicts with great power the horrors of man’s fate in a society where Big Brother is always watching—where everything that is not prohibited is compulsory. In a world where surveillance is mandatory and even your very thoughts may be investigated by the Thought Police. This theatrical event is both powerful and disturbingly provocative.

Comrade Winston Smith (Cameron Johnston) works for the Party in the Ministry of Truth where he edits historical records to match the truth of the day on behalf of the Party.  But he has a feeling…Something isn’t right.  When Comrade O’Brien (Gaby Forsey) a senior member of the Party arrives with Comrade Julia (Ananya Antony), Winston’s world get turns upside down.

The state teaches War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Ignorance is Strength. In a future world where Big Brother is always watching the citizens of Oceania through the Telescreen, how can you be free?

Featuring the many talents of the ARC program: Ananya Antony, Cameron Johnston, Abby Martin, Heather Phillipps, Cole Williams, Katie Russell, Alicia Mason Quinton, Jayla Jacobs, Conor Fagan, Leslie Matsikiti, Mackenzie O’Keefe, Owen Carter, and introducing Gaby Forsey as O’Brien. With choreography by ARC member Samantha Situ Pham and direction by John Rao, this literary classic sheds new light on the dark moments of contemporary society.

Orwell himself once said, “I do not believe that the kind of society I describe necessarily will arrive, but I believe that something resembling it could arrive. The moral to be drawn from the dangerous nightmare situation is a simple one: Don’t let it happen. It depends on you.”

Join us for George Orwell’s 1984 this February 28-29, 2020 at the LSPU Hall.

Funds from this performance will support the James D. Boone Memorial Award and the ARC program.
Produced with permission from the Dramatic Publishing Company.



ARC Program!

ARC Program!

You can now audition to be a part of the ARC program in time for our winter production! Click on the ARC program above!



Thanks to our friends, family, and community for supporting our production of Dracula! Our young performers learned a great deal during this production and were so fortunate to work with the amazing costume designer Tucker Ellis, Fight Choreographer Dylan Brentwood, and actor and our accent coach, Paul Wilson!

Dracula Tickets!

Dracula Tickets!

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Presented by: AOR Presents

Based on the novel by Bram Stoker.

“The dead travel fast.”

Join us October 18-19, 2019 at Holy Heart Theatre for this classic Gothic tale of horror with an exciting twist. Count Dracula (Ananya Antony) is eager to find property in England with the aid of Jonathan Harker (Cameron Johnston). Little does Jonathan know that helping the Count puts his friends and loved ones in harm’s way as Dracula seeks a new source of blood wanting to spread the curse of the undead. A group led by Dr. Van Helsing, fight to end Count Dracula’s sinister plan in a virtuous battle of good versus evil.

With direction by John Rao, this journey into the dark is a faithful retelling of Bram Stoker’s Dracula set in 1897 with an amazing young cast of performers from the ARC program. This classic tale is brought to life with exciting costume design by Tucker Ellis that will transport you into a renewed vision of this time and place.

Just in time for Halloween, join us in the dark of Transylvania for AOR Presents production of Dracula.

This production is in support of the James D. Boone Memorial Award.

Appropriate for ages 12 and up.

School Matinee October 18, 2019 at 9:30

Book your class with the theatre directly at 579-4424 for the school matinee.

(Teachers free to follow NLESD school supervision policy).

Public shows:

October 18-19 at 7:30 pm