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Our annual fundraiser will take place on Sunday, January 9, 2022. Save the date!


The Anchorless Drama Class Program held a virtual Summer Showcase on August 29th! The students had a blast creating and performing, monologues, scenes, and dances!

Anchorless Productions is partnering with the Friendship Foundation to produce Seussical. The performances will be on Saturday, January 22 and Sunday, January 23 in 2022. 

We offer drama classes in Valley Park, which take place on Saturdays from 4:00 to 5:00.



We are a theatre company that was created to show young adults and children with developmental disabilities that they will never be held down. They are ANCHORLESS.


Our goal is to provide an opportunity to young adults with developmental disabilities to express themselves and grow through theatre. The foundation of our company stems deeper than just a production; we strive to develop self-confidence, expression, and essential life skills, such as public speaking, in each of our students. We care about our students and unite them with typically developing peers to create a safe learning environment. Our focus is on progress, growth, and creating friendships.

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Click below to receive our monthly newsletter for updates on our organization, upcoming shows, and events happening in the community! We also feature one student and one volunteer who have gone above and beyond.

Student of the Month


Kalea is a student with Redondo’s Adult Transition Program. She frequently visits Disneyland, where she enjoys meeting Judy Hopps in Disney California Adventure. Kalea also enjoys watching The Masked Singer, building Legos, and writing in her journal. Outside of school, she loves to play soccer and participate in Friendship Foundation programs. 


Kalea is a long time performer with Anchorless. She has been in the cast of our fall musicals, and she participated in High School Musical 2 last summer. Though she has enjoyed all of her roles, Kalea’s favorites have been Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka and Elsa in Frozen. Her favorite part of performing is entertaining her friends, family, and other audience members. Anchorless has helped Kalea gain the confidence she needs to do that.

Volunteer of the Month


Jaxon is a freshman at Mira Costa High School. He is a very active student, participating in multiple school activities and clubs including Comedy Sportz, choir, Drama Club, Improv Club, and beach volleyball. Outside of school, Jaxon spends his time by hanging out at the beach with his friends, singing, acting, and taking dance classes.

Jaxon’s first production with Anchorless is this year’s fall show, Seussical, and he will play Cat 1. He enjoys learning dances and meeting new friends in rehearsal.  He always lights up the space with his bright and energetic personality, which helps him teach the students to the best of his ability.