Assuming the authority to be who we want to be.
The Masque of the Red Death, a futuristic adaptation of a classic American horror story by Edgar Allen Poe. The Nordhoff Players take over the airwaves to present to you this creepy tale of a pandemic gone wrong.
Hear the radio adaptation of The Masque of the Red Death anywhere, at any time, until Saturday March 27. Send the link to your friends, family, and theatre fans everywhere. If you were there for the global premier, share your enthusiasm for this student work with everyone you know. Nordhoff Theatre Arts is transforming student performances with this fantastic radio show.
The Nordhoff Theatre Arts Department recreates the terror of that fateful Sunday night in October of 1938, when the realism of the medium of radio combined with the creativity of the performing arts to create a sensational moment in global entertainment history.
Scheduled for a premier global broadcast on Saturday, May 1 ALL DAY/ALL ACCESS/ALL DAY LONG, The War of the Worlds becomes this seasons most ambitious project to produce. As Covid restrictions relax, the opportunity to perform work as an ensemble becomes a possibility. Thank you for your continued support as we get closer to being back together, in person, in the theatre.
Zoom: A Horror Story
Teens in Quarantine: What happens to Ojai teens when released into a state of nature? Who knows what to expect.
The World Famous Nordhoff Theatre Arts performs in the intimate Nordhoff Black Box in Room B-4 on the Nordhoff High School Campus as well staging larger productions in the Nordhoff Cafe Stage and at the Matilija Auditorium at Matilija Junior High School. THIS YEAR OUR PRODUCTION SEASON WILL BE CENTERED ON STUDENT ADAPTATION TO REMOTE AND VIRTUAL THEATRICAL STAGINGS OF CLASSICAL AND ORIGINAL WORK.
Nordhoff Theatre Arts plays full out and is totally committed to supporting and creating opportunities for students to participate in the world of theatre now and in the future. Nordhoff is dedicated to providing training and access to student productions, competitions, adjudications, plays, musicals, and showcases that expose students to a variety of disciplines in the performing arts. Our students have been accepted into the following universities to pursue theatrical training. UCSB, UCLA, UCSD, UC Berkeley, Cal State Long Beach, Cal Arts, Moorpark College, Santa Barbara City College, and Ventura College.
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