2022-2023 Season

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    Murder Mystery Dinner Fundraising Event

    Oct. 1 @6:30
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    Spring Musical

    March 23, 24, 25 and
    29, 30, 31 
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    Thespian Directed

    One Acts

    May 24,25, 26, 27
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    In The News

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    Children's Play Field Trip

    Monarch Theatre took the play The Wonderful World of Imagination to Sweetwater Springs Community School to entertain the K-3 students.

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    Techfest 2022 

    Grossmont College hosted Techfest for the first time since the pandemic and we finally got to check out their new Performing and Visual Art Center. Students learned about set construction, the fly system, lighting, Qlab, and costuming.

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    Did you know that at Monarch Theatre...
    • You can earn a Varsity Letter in Theatre.

    • We have five class periods of Theatre each day! Periods 2 and 5 are Tech Theatre, periods 4 and 6 are Acting, and 7th period is the Theatre Production Workshop.

    • You can earn Honor cords for graduation for participation in International Thespian Society.

    • That we have the same sound and light boards as professional theatres, so you are career/college ready.

    • We are a San Diego Distinguished Technical Theatre program.

     

    It is the aim of Monarch Theatre to help bring a sense of community and connection for all students at Monte Vista.

     Monarch Theatre believes that theatre is the key to regaining social skills and will be focusing on SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) as well as the life skills that help make one successful such as communication, flexibility, collaboration, and problem-solving.

    Research shows that attending live theatre improves empathy, changes attitudes, and leads to pro-social behavior.