Roustabout Theater’s mission is to create a vibrant regional theater and unparalleled actor training program in Sonoma County. Roustabout Theater is the resident theater company of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California and our Apprentice Program is one of the leading theatrical training and performance programs in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Roustabout's professional theater company launched its inaugural season with Harold Pinter's "Betrayal" in October, 2015.
"When the Rain Stops Falling", Time Magazine's Play of the Year, will play June 17 - 25, 2016.
The Apprentice program
Roustabout's student division highlights the talents of the county’s most extraordinary student performers ages 11 - 20 through its professionally produced productions. We also provide unique opportunities for our students through our ongoing series of Master Classes with Tony Award-winners, award-winning Broadway actors and nationally recognized Casting Directors.
In operation since 2006, Roustabout Theater has served thousands of the community’s
families and theater lovers through productions, classes and scholarship programs.
As a federally recognized nonprofit, your support keeps us vibrant and all donations are tax-deductible. Donate HERE.
A lovely early autumn night in Santa Rosa, with the amazingly talented kids from the
Roustabout Theatre Apprentice Program finishing the evening. Any night I get to sing with Amy Ryder is a good night by me. Thanks to Clark Lewis Jr. and Bill Davis and the whole Roustabout family for having us back; it is always a joy to come up north and sing with you all.
Jason Robert Brown, Oct., 2012 link
The material shined ... it really came through .. it came across perfectly, it was really great, and it's a hard thing to do .. your director did a magnificent job.
Mario Cantone (discussing "Assassins", video excerpt) link
To Build a Professional Regional Theater in Sonoma County
To Create a home for the finest actors, singers, designers and directors from around the country
To Train young actors and singers through professional, challenging and supportive attention
To Forge an indelible link between our performing artists and our apprentices
Previous Master Class instructors have included Tony Award winning composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown, Obie winner and Broadway leading man, Martin Moran ("Spamalot","How to Succeed","Wicked", etc), acclaimed singer Wesla Whitfield and Leslie Martinson, nationally recognized casting director and award-winning director, Eugenie Chan, playwright in residence at New Dramatists, and Jerry Dixon, Broadway actor and regional director.