We will be holding our annual fundraiser on Zoom this year! It will be on Sunday, January 17 at 4:00 pm PT. Attendees will watch Frozen KIDS cast members perform the Love is an Open Door dance as a preview to February's show, play Bingo, and support our incredible community. You can now purchase admission tickets and raffle tickets or learn more on our Fundraisers page. 

Save the dates! The Frozen KIDS performances will take place on Friday, February 26 at 5:00 pm PT (Ice Cast); Saturday, February February 27 at 12:00 pm PT (Ice Cast); Saturday, February 27 at 5:00 pm PT (Snow Cast); and Sunday, February 28 at 12:00 pm PT (Snow Cast).

This year's spring show will be Matilda the Musical JR. We ask that all middle schoolers and high schoolers interested in volunteering complete this interest form.

We offer drama classes via Zoom, which take place on Saturdays from 4:00-5:00. Learn more and get involved.

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.

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


     Jessica played Simba in the The Lion King KIDS and Matilda in Willy Wonka KIDS. She's looking forward to starring in Frozen KIDS next month as Olaf. Anchorless is like a family for Jessica, supporting her through thick and thin. She enjoys each part of the production process, from memorizing her lines to getting onstage to do her scenes. She also likes helping her fellow cast mates in studying their lines and practicing the dances.


     Outside of Anchorless, Jessica participates in programs at The Friendship Foundation and Social Vocational Services. She also likes to play video games and color in her spare time. Around friends, she's always kind and engaged.

Volunteer of the Month

William Kiely

     William is a current freshman at Mira Costa High School, where he's a part of the Model United Nations, Mock Trial, and Moot Court programs. In his free time, he likes to read, play board games, and golf.


     William's first show with Anchorless is Frozen KIDS. Through his participation with Anchorless, he has made new friends and has gotten to know many of his peers. He enjoys learning new dances and playing theatre games alongside the students.

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