Award-winning theater located in the heart of Sierra Madre
ABOUT SIERRA MADRE PLAYHOUSE:
With deep artistic roots in the San Gabriel Valley, our mission is to connect people in our diverse communities to one another through bold, resonant live theater in an intimate setting that inspires, entertains, and celebrates our shared humanity.
Our vision for the Sierra Madre Playhouse is to become the region's premier intimate performing arts destination through sustained artistic excellence, expansive educational and cultural offerings, and inclusive outreach.
The Sierra Madre Playhouse is a non-profit public benefit organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, contributions to which may be tax-deductible.
Infectious Disease/COVID-19 Safety Protocols for SMP-produced Indoor Events
To keep our staff and all of our guests safe as possible and to help prevent the spread of infectious disease/COVID-19, in adherence to current CDC recommendations and LA County mandates, we have updated the following policies in place for all of our upcoming indoor events for our patrons:
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations are no longer required to be presented by guests at the door before entering. All of our staff are vaccinated against COVID-19 and we have a COVID Mitigation Team of certified COVID Compliance Officers.
- All SMP performers and production team/staff members are no longer tested within 72 hours before each event unless experiencing symptoms of infectious disease. Patrons are not required to show proof of testing prior to attending our events.
- The proper wearing of face masks highly recommended for all individuals for all other indoor events at SMP.
- Please do not enter if you answer 'yes' to any of the COVID-19 health and safety questions recommended by the CDC.
SMP certified COVID Compliance Officers: Jeanne Marie Valleroy, Berrie Tsang, Todd McCraw, Pamela Winters
See here for SMP's current Policy for Infectious Disease Control.
CEO: David Gordon
Associate Company Manager: Berrie Tsang
Interim Artistic Director: Gary Lamb
Technical Director: Todd McCraw
Production Manager: Jeanne Marie Valleroy
HR Manager and Volunteer Coordinator: Pamela Winters
Patron Services/Box Office Manager: Mary Baville
Special Projects/Operations/Box Office Manager: Ward Calaway
Bookkeeper/Accountant: Amelia Rose-Worfolk Lytton
Publicist: Philip Sokoloff
Grant Writer: Kristin Runnels
Development Associate: Deena Harros
Board of Directors
David Gordon, President
Eileen Walker, Treasurer
Frank Costello, Secretary
Max Factor III
Council of Advisors
Alison Eliel Kalmus
Rich Procter, Off the Screen Film Series Curator
Asian American Cultural Alliance (AACA) Committee
Tim Dang, Co-chair
Ken Fong, Co-chair
John Gong, Co-chair
Berrie Tsang, Secretary
Lydia Chen Shah
Jeanne Marie Valleroy
YouTube: Sierra Madre Playhouse
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Click here for our statement on why what we do now matters.
Click here for our statement on anti-Asian violence.
The Sierra Madre Playhouse has evolved from a theatrical heritage that stretches back to the days when the Sierra Madre was just a tiny village. Residents presented dramas and musicals as early as the 1880s in their homes, in the Town Hall, and in the Woman's Club.