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David IversMeet Artistic Director David Ivers

David Ivers is an acclaimed director, educator and actor who became South Coast Repertory’s artistic director in 2018.

Pie and MashSweeney Todd and the Tradition of Pie and Mash

A London food tradition, “pie and mash” figures prominently in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. It's fitting that a pre-show meal consisting of pie and mash would become a theatre-going tradition.

South Coast Repertory building in 1978Marking a Milestone: The Segerstrom Stage at 40

This season, South Coast Repertory not only celebrates 55 years of theatre, but also marks the 40th anniversary of the opening of the Segerstrom Stage. Read on to learn more about the storied history of this stage.

Hal Ladon Jr. and Presley Coogan in A Christmas CarolFamily Affair: A Grandfather and Granddaughter Share the Stage

A grandfather and granddaughter are thrilled to share the stage in this year’s production of A Christmas Carol. ​Learn more about veteran actor Hal Landon, Jr. and his granddaughter, Presley Coogan.

Sweeney Todd LogoThe Worldwide Phenomenon of Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd, the award-winning Stephen Sondheim musical about a depraved barber, features razor-sharp wit and extraordinary songs. Learn more about how this theatrical masterpiece became a global sensation.

VIDEO: John GloreSCR Staff Pick: Culture Clash (Still) in America

SCR's ​Associate Artistic Director John Glore tells us why he loves Culture Clash (Still) in America.

Christine and Rachel StosselFrom Audience Member to Acting Student

A first-time experience at A Christmas Carol inspires a girl to take acting classes at SCR. Meet Rachel Stossel and her mom.

Culture Clash in 2008True Stories. Real People.

Irreverent, thought-provoking social satire—that’s Culture Clash in a nutshell. Read more about the 3-man group.

VIDEO: The Kids in A Christmas CarolMeet the 2018 Young Actors in A Christmas Carol

More than 60 students from our Theatre Conservatory went through a rigorous audition process before 16 of them were selected to be in the show. Meet them in this video.

Hal Landon Jr. in 1980From Humbug to Hope: Anybody Can Change
Hal Landon Jr. has spent nearly 40 years portraying Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, and he’s logged more than a thousand performances in this holiday classic. ​Learn more about his thoughts regarding this iconic role.