A not-for-profit project by the SPAA (Sierra Performing Arts Association)

A not-for-profit project by the SPAA (Sierra Performing Arts Association)

3470 Swetzer Road, Suite B
Loomis, CA 95650
(916) 652-6377

3470 Swetzer Road, Suite B
Loomis, CA 95650
(916) 652-6377

McLaughlin Theatre Company was established 10 years ago. Since 2009, the company has put on more than 50 shows, ranging from mini musicals to main stage productions. MTC offers theatrical workshops for all ages and skill levels, as well as audition-only musical stage productions for those looking for even more of a challenge. Our directors and choreographers promote an encouraging and exciting learning environment that is designed to push aspiring actors, singers, and dancers to strive for their full potential, so that they will be better prepared for entry into the real world industry.

Sierra Performing Arts Association, a not-for-profit 501-C3 corporation, sees MTC as a way to enhance appreciation of music and related arts by providing workshops, performances and festivals for all ages.

Since Sierra Performing Arts Association's inception in 2000 the organization has worked with local schools and community businesses to teach the importance of music participation and appreciation. Our newest project, the McLaughlin Theatre Company is another opportunity to reach members of our community by focusing on the rewarding and educational benefits of music and theatre.

Mainstage

  • Once On This Island, Summer 2009
  • Grease, Fall 2009
  • FAME: The Musical, Spring 2010
  • Thoroughly Modern Millie, Summer 2010
  • The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Spring 2011
  • Final Jam: The Musical, Summer 2011

Junior Series

  • Happy Valley High, Fall 2009
  • The Jungle Book Kids, Spring 2010
  • Bugsy Malone Jr., Fall 2010
  • Disney's Mulan Jr., Spring 2011

Caberet

  • Through The Decades, Winter 2010
  • 2011 Holiday Cabaret, Winter 2011
  • Showtunes & More, Spring 2011

McLaughlin Studios and McLaughlin Theatre Company announce the reopening of all services with the following precautions. 

  • Starting Tuesday June 15th.  fully vaccinated clients entering the lobby at McLaughlin Studios will no longer be required to wear face coverings indoors.
  • McLaughlin studios clients will not be required to show proof of vaccination. Instead, clients will self-attest that they comply prior to entering the studio.
  • Clients ages three and up who are not fully vaccinated will be required to continue wearing face coverings indoors, except when performing.
  • All employees are still required to always wear masks at least until CalOsha revisits the mask requirements for workers at the end of June.
  • In all classrooms, dance rooms, theatre spaces and music rooms masks are required for everyone, at all times, until further notice.
  • MTC theatre productions still require masks for all audience members until further notice.

We thank you for your cooperation as we navigate this new set of rules and regulations and will keep updating this state mandated policy as needed.

McLaughlin Studios & McLaughlin Theatre Company Management