Children's Theater 2017

We're back and excited to bring you The Boy Who Cried Wolfman this summer!

Directions to Hillside Theater 

Conceived, directed and written by Jamie Angell

Featuring: Savannah Gilmore '15, Dyoni Isom '19, Kai Morfín '22, Sergio Perez '20, Amanda Wagner '16, and Tristan Waldron '12; and stage-managed by Adam Roy '15.

The critically acclaimed Occidental Children's Theater will celebrate 25 years in the Bowl for a seven-week outdoor run in the Remsen Bird Hillside Theater on the Occidental campus. Summer performances run Thursday through Saturday, July 8 through August 21, 2021. In about an hour, ​our fearless cast of six will perform four energetic and funny stories without props, sets or special costumes, relying only on their acting and acrobatic skills. 

“The cast carries it off with the unflagging charm that has made this reliable company one of the Southland's – and the summer's – most entertaining children's theater offerings"

Los Angeles Times


With Covid guidelines changing so quickly, we're still working on how to manage audience size and sales. Tickets will go on sale in June and information will be posted here and in our newsletter.

Click here for maps and directions to the college. Hillside Theater is building #41 on the printable campus map. From Campus Road, enter at the Bird Road entrance or the AG Coons Road entrance. From Bird Road, turn left onto Gilman Road. At the stop sign turn right onto AG Coons Road, Hillside Theater is across from Gilman Road and on the left if you enter at AGC Road. Parking is located in first lot on the right. There is also street parking on AG Coons Road.

Keck Theater is #30 on the map and next to Hillside to the south. Follow the same directions. Parking is available next to the theater and on the street. Handicap parking is on both sides of the building.

2021 OCT Cast





Our 2021 The Boy Who Cried Wolfman cast.
Bottom row: Kai Morfín, Amanda Wagner and Tristan Waldron
Middle row: Sergio Perez and Dyoni Isom
Top: Savannah Gilmore
photo by Adam Roy