We have recently started the production process for Frozen KIDS, our fall 2020 musical, which we are performing with The Friendship Foundation. 

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

We had a successful Drama Class Showcase in late July. If you missed the livestream, you can watch a recording of it.

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


          Siena is one of our newest Friendship Foundation students. Last fall, she starred in Willy Wonka as both the Candy Man and Wonka. She has demonstrated her commitment in many ways: she has asked relevant questions about stage direction during rehearsal, she answers questions given to the class and is always engaged, and she's always eager to kick off every rehearsal.

          In her free time, Siena can be found watching movies, spending time with friends, or doing puzzles. She participates in other extracurricular classes outside Anchorless including horseback riding, swim, and dance. She attends Redondo Union High School.

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Volunteer of the Month


          Elizabeth attends Mira Costa High School and plays for the school's lacrosse team. Outside of school, she is usually a part of 1-2 musical productions. She loves going to the beach, training and playing with her dogs, and reading.

          Elizabeth has been involved with two of Anchorless' musicals, both of which were at Mychal's Learning Place. In Jungle Book, she was in the main dance numbers, and she helped behind the scenes with sound and set changes. In High School Musical, she played a cheerleader and a teacher.

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