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The John Burroughs High School Auditorium is one of the largest theaters for show choir competitions anywhere in the country.

  • Seating capacity of almost 1400
  • Over 1700 sq ft stage
  • 20' x 49' proscenium with full-height counterweight fly system.

Professionally operated lighting and audio equipment for Burroughs Music Showcase include:

  • ten Audio Technica Artist Elite wireless handheld microphones
  • ten Audio-Technica Unipoint condenser microphones
  • a Yamaha M7CL 48 channel mixing console and 14 channel speaker system
  • a Martin M1 lighting console
  • ample conventional and intelligent lighting fixtures

The Burroughs Music Showcase Concert Choir Competition is held in the JBHS Multi-Purpose Room (MPR), utilizing seven 4-step Wenger choral risers and a standard choral shell.

Directly adjacent to both the JBHS Auditorium and MPR is the JBHS Quad, where students and spectators can relax between performances and local vendors serve breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the day.


John Burroughs High School is located at:
   1920 W. Clark St.
   Burbank, CA 91506-1999

Established in 1948 and named for 19th and 20th century essayist and naturalist John Burroughs, the seven-building campus was completely remodeled in 2002. Student enrollment is approximately 2600. Ms. Deborah Madrigal is principal.

Notable alumni include Debbie Reynolds, Ron Howard and Rene Russo.

John Burroughs High School has been the setting for numerous film and television productions including The Wonder Years and Glee.