Our Mission

To share in providing the community with a year-round schedule of affordable live theatre produced to serve the cultural, educational, and entertainment needs of the community.

To welcome and provide an avocational opportunity for all volunteers interested in the theatre arts to participate in the many activities of community theatre.

Box Office Information

The box office opens 1 hour prior to show time for ticket purchase and pick-up. The house opens 1/2 hour prior to show time for seating. We feature OPEN SEATING. Please arrive early enough to assure a good seat selection, especially for larger groups.

Tickets may be purchased in advance by calling the box office at (805) 495-3715, or by ordering online — and are also available at the theatre’s box office prior to the show. To guarantee availability, we strongly recommend advance purchase. If you have any questions about your tickets or need to change dates, call (805) 495-3715, or email the box office at tickets@conejoplayers.org. Season ticket information can be found by contacting the box office.

Current group discounts are as follows:
$2 group discount for 10-49 tickets – off REGULAR ticket price (not Senior/Student/Military)
$4 group discount for 50 tickets or more – off REGULAR ticket price (not Senior/Student/Military)


Donations to the Conejo Players (a 501c3 non-profit) are tax deductible.

The Players

The Conejo Players were born in 1958 with a “Let’s start a theatre” attitude, a meager treasury, and a handful of volunteers to build a stage in a barn and put on shows. Within seven years — and a history of some 20-plus productions — that attitude evolved into: “Let’s build a theatre!” With the generosity of the Janss Foundation and a no-interest construction loan, a 126-seat theatre opened at the current S. Moorpark Road location in July 1964. In 1974, on the 10th anniversary of the building (and nearly 50 productions later), the mortgage was paid. And after eight more years (that’s another 40 Mainstage shows and eight Conejo Afternoon Theater [CAT] productions), the urge to grow lead to a new lobby, new restrooms, new theatre seats, and an increased capacity of 185.

Within the next decade (more than 40 more productions and 30 CAT shows later!), the space demanded a workshop and rehearsal/storage areas. In 1989, an 1,800-square-foot expansion was added to the back of the theatre; prop, set storage, and scene shop areas were all greatly enhanced. Ten more years pass — that’s over 60 Mainstage productions, 35 CAT shows, and three Children’s Theatre productions — and the interior of the auditorium began showing its age. The need to refurbish, improve, and remodel with air conditioning, improved access, and new seats became the “Reaching for the Stars” campaign. Due to several generous donations, the Phase One remodel was completed in 2002. And in 2005, the desire to enhance the Conejo Players’ musical theatre capabilities lead to construction of an orchestra pit prior to the opening musical of the ’06 season. In 2015, a Capital Campaign resulted in the purchase of a brand-new heating and air conditioning system, as well as several other needed improvements. Just two years later, further donations resulted in increased technical capabilities by way of a new lightboard; new LED stage lights; and a new soundboard. And in Fall 2018 — due to the incredible generosity of our patrons and members — we unveiled fresh, modern bathroom facilities complete with refurbished plumbing. At CPT, we continue these fundraising efforts with a keen eye toward the future …

We’re celebrating our incredible 60th Anniversary in 2018, and we’re looking forward to the next six decades of providing professional-level live entertainment to the Conejo Valley and beyond … There’s no end to the creativity here at Conejo Players Theatre. Join us!

Conejo Players’ Anti-Discrimination Policy

Conejo Players Theatre is committed to maintaining an environment that nourishes respect for the dignity of each community member and any and all of our participants and patrons. This policy is adopted in furtherance of that tradition, striving to safeguard the health and well-being of all of its members and to create an environment free of discrimination and unlawful harassment.

Specifically, The Conejo Players Anti-Discrimination Policy includes all of the following: race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, public assistance status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, family relationship, socio-economic status, or any other status protected by law.