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Capital Stage was founded as the Delta King Theatre in 1999. At that time, the company was a division of the Riverboat Delta King, performing in the riverboat's intimate, 115-seat theatre.
The City offers several Recreation programs, classes, and services for residents of Sacramento. Programs support grade school children to active older adults.
Most parents can spot a little acting in their teens; after all, teens can be extremely dramatic during adolescence. But really, is your teen a creative performer with an imagination that runs toward becoming a professional actor?
ArtBeast classes emphasize exploration over specialization. Classes include dance, yoga, storytelling, singing, drumming, Spanish, visual arts, music, movement, and dramatic arts.
Ray Tatar has been with the California Arts Council for 21 years, He is the Manager of the Organizational Grants Program and has special expertise in theater. He is the founding Director of the Los Angeles Theater Alliance,
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) is an after-school theater arts training program for students ages 4 - 18. Since its founding in 1981 in San Diego California, CYT has grown to be the largest youth theater in the nation.
The Davis Art Center is a gathering place for dynamic engagement with the arts. Through multidisciplinary classes and programs for the regional community, the Art Center inspires creative expression in people of all ages
Drama Kids is the fastest growing afterschool drama program in the USA. A wide variety of fun drama activities that develops public speaking skills, acting skills, and confidence make this a must do activity for ALL!
Currently Encore! is home to 700+ students who study music, drama and dance in over 72 different classes offered weekly. With a staff of caring individuals, classes are taught with an organized curricula and syllabus, in an educational
The Hawkins School opened its doors in January of 1987 as the “Deirdre Hawkins School of Dance” in a small historic house formerly known as “Emma’s Place.” Ten years later, it expanded its class offerings with acting.
Mosaic Acting Academy is run by Charlie Holliday. This academy offers camera and theatre workshops as well as improv classes to students high school age and above.
Since opening our doors in July of 2008, Studio 24 has become the "go to place" for aspiring and professional actors in Northern CA.
Sutter Street Theatre and The Theatre Production & Technical Academy is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit located on Sutter Street – the heart of Folsom’s Historic District.
Young Actors Stage is a children's theater company dedicated to bringing a love and appreciation of the performing arts to our students while instilling a confidence in them that will last a lifetime.