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Boys and Girls ages 9 - 17. Please refer to our audition page.
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Thrilled to be cast in a current production of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Mustardseed buckles down to read the play and memorize her lines—all four of them! But she couldn't prepare for the backstage comedy that unfolds with the other three teenage girls cast as fairies, who spend their time offstage gossiping and quarrelling.
We see four young women who are playing the fairies in a community theatre production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We see them onstage and backstage, always in costume and always referring to each other by their fairy names.
Fun and hilarious. A comedic take on back stage antics and social drama.
THESE TWO ONE-ACTS will be presented at the Peninsula Productions Studio Theatre
14600 North Bluff Road in White Rock.
Appropriate for ages 10 and up.
TICKETS are $ 10.00 each, with group discount for Seniors and Students.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve as there is limited seating.
World premiere of Rat-Catcher, this play was written by a new playwright in Maine.
Four students have to rehearse the big fight scene from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet for their English class. They interpret and discuss the motivation of Tybalt, Romeo, and Mercutio. Each student has their own input and thoughts; but soon what starts as a simple reading turns into a real and serious issue for them. .
Tickets: $8.00 general
$5.00 ages 5 and under
Add A Very Special "Treats with Tigger" Party after the Saturday matinee for a total of $ 14.00 and $ 11.00. Meet the cast and enjoy some nibbles!
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developing actors who communicate honest and compelling stories by
pursuing and celebrating the multiplicity of voices and walking in the shoes of others
WE have returned to live theatre !
Our earlier statement during the COVID closures:
The Virtue in Going Virtual: We are engaged in a new creation of art. Theatre educators and the professional world think some version of this new virtual theatre reality will stick around. Artists are exploring to see what we can build together.
"Despite the significant challenges and losses, a powerful movement of creativity, innovation, reflection, and change is emerging from TYA artists and organizations, guided by an unwavering commitment to serving young people."
Theatre for Young Audiences
In crisis comes opportunity
SYTCO does not run as a business; our vision respects quality over profit.
We pride ourselves on the growth of the young actor; to guide the young actor to meaningful interpretation and delivery of character.