I will be spending this summer working at Kingsmen Shakespeare Company acting in Taming of the Shrew as a servant and in the dance Ensemble, and Jessica in Merchant of Venice. I will also be teaching classes for ages 8-16 for the Kingsmen Shakespeare Summer Camp.

Taming of the Shrew: Directed by Jan PowellPerforms on the following dates:July 1,2,3 July 8,9,10 July 15,16,17

Merchant of Venice: Directed by Michael ArndtPerforms on the following dates:July 22, 23, 24 July 29,30,31 August 5, 6, 7.The show performs at Kingsmen Park California Lutheran University.Individual tickets are $15 and are only available at the door. Youth and children under 18 are free. For online lawn box reservations click on the image of the show you desire. To order by phone, please call (805) 493-3014. Only lawn box reservations are available ahead of time

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  • Peter & the Starcatcher

    "Lopez is winsome and strong as the precocious Molly. Clearly embodying the girl power that drives the show, she is firmly in control, and in a show driven by whimsy, never looks silly, even when speaking in with her father in a silly dodo language. "
    -Len Fonte  

  • The Thanksgiving Play

    "Miss Lopez plays Alicia as a free-spirited, into herself LA actress, with little depth but with a lovable heart. She adds some spice to the play."

    -Carolan Trbovich

  • In the Time of the Butterflies

    "American writer with Dominican roots (played with an even hand by Clare Lopez). "
    -Andrew Meacham

  • Windfall

    "Clare has been such a joy to work with. The chemistry she and

    Mallory showed together in their scenes together was palpable. The two knew and loved their characters enough that they were able to easily point out a weakness in the script that prompted Christie to write what is now one of my favorite scenes of the entire season... She's a god damn professional and we're so lucky to have her aboard."

    Bob Raymonda: Creator/ Director