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Broadway Theatre Arts Academy – San Diego Youth Theatre

Broadway Theatre Arts Academy (BTAA)

Website: http://www.btaakids.org/
Location: Escondido, CA 92033
Multiple Casts: Yes
Parent Volunteering: TBD

Founded in 2002, Broadway Theatre Arts Academy has been striving to provide theatrical opportunities to kids age 4-19 years old. Our programs provide children and teens a safe place to grow and explore their creativity, instill confidence and build self-esteem through the magic of performing arts. BTAA offers all of this to children regardless of gender, religion, ethnic background, sexual orientation and economic status. In fact, we offer opportunities to low income and at risk youth through scholarship and outreach programs that would not normally be able to afford this type of program.

Actors Conservatory Theatre – San Diego Youth Theatre

Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT)

Website: http://actsandiego.com/
Location: San Diego
Multiple Casts: TBD
Parent Volunteering: TBD

ACT – San Diego is a nonprofit youth theatre company in San Diego whose mission is to provide educational and artistic opportunities for young artists to perform, act, and learn the art of stagecraft in a highly professional environment. ACT – San Diego produces youth theatre productions of the highest quality to be found in San Diego.

14 Ways Being A Drama Kid Can Help You As An Adult


Don’t let anyone tell you it’s not worth doing!

  1. It improves your public speaking skills.
    Forcing yourself to speak in front of people will help you get better at it! Volume, enunciation, pitch, inflection – they come in handy in a professional setting. And it can teach you how to recover when you’ve screwed up.
  2. You learn the value of teamwork.
    In school they try to teach this skill with group projects, but it isn’t nearly as effective. In theater, you learn to compromise and collaborate with many different kinds of people, or there’s no show. Theater people know — every individual is valuable, not just the stars.


Center Stage Productions – San Diego Youth Theatre

Center Stage Productions

Center Stage Productions

Website: http://www.centerstagesd.com/
Location: 335 E Pennsylvania Ave, Escondido, CA 92025
Single/Multiple Casts: Multiple
Parent Volunteering: Optional (volunteer or pay a little more to opt out)
Tuition: Yes
Ages: Generally 7-18
Established: 2004
Non-Profit: Yes

Center Stage Productions (CSP) is a non-profit youth theater company providing a wide range of classes and production opportunities for kids to express themselves creatively in a fun and professional stage environment. Our growing dance program encompasses classes for kids two through adult including: ballet, tap, hip hop and musical theater dance.