Mission Statement

Dedicated to providing performance, theatrical experience, and education to local amateur performers of all ages and to nurture a love of theatre and the performing arts within our community.

Our Board

Connie Burlin


Emma Hutchinson


Rick Gold

President Emeritus

Joe Lauderdale

Board Member

Sande St. John

Board Member

Laura Buckle

Vice President

Rob Harryman


Bree Burgess Rosen

Board Member, Artistic Director

Rebecca M. Lyles

Board Member

Ella Wyatt

Youth Theatre Director

No Square Theatre
PO Box 823  Laguna Beach CA  92652-0823

Rehearsal & Performance Space
384 Legion Street  Laguna Beach CA  92651
recorded info 949.715.0333    
A non-profit organization.

In Loving Memory of Lloyd Charton

Black Lives Matter. No Square Theatre stands in solidarity with those around the country seeking justice for George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and the countless other human beings we have lost to the pandemic of police brutality and racist violence. As we grieve these lives horrifically taken from us, we also mourn the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 virus on our communities of color.


Transforming our nation will take more than words. It will take action. And in that regard we have failed. Black lives matter and we will fight to build a just, equitable, and inclusive society. Those of us who call No Square Theatre home are committed to making it an anti-racist institution, and we will continuously review our practices to live up to this commitment. We will participate in righting the wrongs of the past and dismantling the systemic and structural racism that has stripped black lives and all communities of color of their assets, opportunities, agency, rights, and their lives. We will listen more, learn more, serve as allies for change, and hold ourselves accountable to the work we need to do and the work we’ve failed to do within our organization, community, and nation to destroy systemic racism and inequality. We will be proactive in combating hate and discrimination wherever it lives, even in ourselves.


To the Black community: We see you, we hear you, we are listening, we stand with you. Your lives matter.