Seattle Children's Theatre provides children of all ages access to professional theatre, with a focus on new works, and theatre education.
Bound Children’s Theatre transforms the lives of children ages 5 – 18 through active participation in a dynamic theatre arts program that combines a fun and supportive atmosphere with professional standards.
Stone Soup Theatre is Seattle’s only short play theater with outreach programs in 30 schools, summer camps in three outdoor locations and a youth conservatory program.
Studio East creates opportunities for young people to discover and explore the performing arts through its drama classes, theater summer camps, and Mainstage productions for kids from ages 4 - 19.
Taproot Theatre Company creates theatre experiences to brighten the spirit, engage the mind and deepen the understanding of the world around us while inspiring imagination, conversation and hope.
Theater Works in Bellevue uses the natural curiosity of children to teach all aspects of the theatrical arts taught by a professional teaching staff.
Variety Plus provides young people and adults an opportunity to perform with a diverse, multi-ethnic and multi-generational cast, creating a positive theatrical experience and a confidence-building ensemble based on mutual respect.
Variety Plus Theater presents Original Musical Adaptations of classic children's tales suitable for all ages, featuring Seattle area youth and adults. Summer theater camps are also offered.
Youth Theatre Northwest is a school, theatre, and home for children and families. At Youth Theatre Northwest, children and young adults explore the depths of their creativity and experience the thrill of live performance.
To develop, produce and present live musical theater for the cultural enrichment of the Northwest community, and to preserve, maintain, and operate the historic and irreplaceable 5th Avenue Theatre.
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute celebrates, nurtures, preserves and presents African American and Diaspora performing arts, cultural wealth and iconic legacies.
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We are determined to preserve and advance the performing arts in the lives of the students in our community.
"A nationally renowned incubator of powerhouse productions" -Seattle Magazine
Young Shakespeare Workshop gathers students together to create a new community bound by a love of words. Because we charge no tuition, we are uniquely positioned to draw together students from all walks of life.