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American Theatre Arts for Youth

American TAFY presents professional, curriculum-related theater in over 250 theaters across the country with shows designed to enrich and educate children of all ages.

Now celebrating 41 years of production continuity, American TAFY successfully performs its original musicals to over 800,000 students annually. Each musical is designed to capture the spirit of timeless classics; to bring literature and history to life; to provide the magic found only in the live theater experience.

AmericanTAFY’s award-winning productions reflect a critically acclaimed commitment to presentations that involve the professional skills, talent and creativity of outstanding directors, designers, performers and technical personnel.

For more information, please visit www.atafy.org.

San Gabriel Valley Music Theatre

The San Gabriel Valley Music Theatre aims to provide quality musical theatre for the San Gabriel Valley Community in an environment reinforcing education, cultural enrichment, and performing opportunities for national, regional and local talent. As well as staging three shows each season at the Playhouse, SGVMT also runs a conservatory for young people aged 7-17 to receive professional training in Musical Theatre. They also offer an Apprenticeship program for adults, college and High School students.

For more information, please visit www.sgvmusictheatre.org.

Theatre Experience of Southern California

Theatre Experience of Southern California is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to building the self-esteem and self–confidence of participants through theatre arts. Producers of musical theatre geared towards children since 1992 they have 4 performance areas, Conejo Valley, Pasadena, Claremont and South Orange County.

No experience is necessary to become a cast member, only the desire to be part of a wonderful life experience, and all are welcome. Participants take part in a 14 week program where they are involved with vocal training, character development and choreography, culminating in performance.

For more information, please visit www.tesocal.org.

TheatreworksUSA

Every year, over four million people, many of whom have no other access to the performing arts, see TheatreworksUSA shows in venues as varied as local elementary school gymnasiums, regional fine arts centers, and major Broadway-sized theaters. Every year, TheatreworksUSA tours approximately 16 shows from an ever-growing repertoire of 117 plays and musicals. In addition, they also have an extensive multi-cultural guest artist roster, including storytellers, puppeteers, poets, and magicians.

For more information, please visit www.theatreworksusa.org.