Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

The Theatre Arts Building included a new auditorium called the College Studio Theatre. The auditorium had a sound and projection booth, four dressing rooms, and a basement stage with large storage areas for scenery and stage properties. The evening of the Theatre Arts Building dedication, March 3, 1967, drama students presented the first production of a play on the FJC campus—Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Prior to construction of this new Theatre, productions were held at Plummer Auditorium or Fullerton Union High School’s Little Theatre. Dramatic and musical productions that followed included the Madwoman of Chaillot (1968), Antigone (1968), Red Eye of Love (1968), Kismet (1969), Othello (1969), Summer and Smoke (1969), and A Man for All Seasons (1969).
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