The acting is definitely crucial to making it all succeed. Fortunately for us the entire cast brings the charm, chemistry and talent. All throughout the night the singing is consistent and well done."

—Daniella Litvak


Community theater a golden opportunity for young artists

—Katelin Wright

There’s “Something Eternal” in LNCT’s Production of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town

—Brigitte Rose


“There’s No place Like Home” For a Home Grown Theatre Company – LNCT Clicks its Heels and Shines In The Wizard of Oz!

—Brigitte Rose

The Orange Curtain Review reviews our production of The Wizard of Oz

“I really have to hand it to our leading lady Emilie Manville because her Dorothy is her own person. I love how she does something other than imitate the original film.”

—Alina Mae Wilson, The Orange Curtain Review


Laguna Niguel Community Theatre’s ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

“Opportunities to be a part of a show, there aren’t too many of those,” said Jacob Sloan. For the 2013 Dana Hills High School graduate and a group of like-minded young people, Laguna Niguel Community Theatre – and its inaugural production of “Fiddler on the Roof” this weekend – is quite literally a golden opportunity.

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Laguna Niguel Community Theatre now ready to play

“About 30 people from the Laguna Niguel Theatre Company made an unusual presentation to the Laguna Niguel City Council as they sang and danced a song from the “Fiddler on the Roof” in council chambers June 2. Theater founder Jeremy Golden requested and received the city’s support for the community group to use the Crown Valley Park amphitheater. The group is on a mission to bring more art to the city and will rehearse during the summer for performances of the Fiddler on the Roof on Aug. 22 and 23.”

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