Aragon High School is an American public high school in San Mateo, California. It is part of the San Mateo Union High School District. It is located in San Mateo County, a large suburb just outside San Francisco.
This historic venue, originally known as the Fox Theatre, was designed in 1927 by architects Weeks and Day and once said to be “the finest theater in California.”
Seating for 516 people. State-of-the-art sound and lighting.
Home of the San Francisco Symphony and host of the Bay Area Youth Orchestra Festival.
The 384-seat state-of-the-art theater features lighting, stage, backstage, A/V equipment, and audience seating. This is an excellent space for performances and rehearsals, as well as corporate events and seminars.
Built in 1938 and fully restored in February 2004, the Heritage Theatre boasts state-of-the-art sound and lighting and can accommodate many different events.
This spacious performance facility works well for productions and events with large audiences. Named after the founder of Metro Goldwyn Mayer film company, Mayer Theatre was dedicated by actress Helen Hayes in 1975 and is continually maintained and updated as a state-of-the-art performance space.
In 2009, the City constructed the Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center (M-A PAC) in conjunction with Menlo-Atherton High School. This facility is available to the City of Menlo Park 55 days out of the year including six weeks during the summer.
The Smithwick Theatre is available for rental Wednesday through Friday evenings and weekends. The 941-seat theatre includes a stage, two large wing rooms (which can be converted to quick-change booths), two downstairs dressing rooms, and a box office as part of the hourly hall rental.
Gunn High School is an American public high school in Palo Alto, California. It is part of the Palo Alto Unified School District. It is located in Santa Clara County, a large suburb just outside San Francisco.
The regular rehearsal location for GSYO ensembles, the Sanctuary at Union Presbyterian Church of Los Altos provides an inviting space for small performances, including chamber music and solo repertoire.
De Anza’s 400-seat performance and lecture hall in the Visual & Performing Arts Center (VPAC) is available for rental to both De Anza College organizations and outside community groups. The 40-feet wide by 35-feet deep auditorium stage is configurable for a variety of events.