Theater Arts

Classes, camps and performing groups. Also see: Calendar, Dance and Music for related activities. For additional resources, see our current issue.

Acting Out

Save your drama for Acting Out! Their camps and classes (ages 7-13) celebrate creativity through drama skills workshops, ensemble building and a whole lot of fun.

CrystalVoice Studio Voice Lessons

Crystal has over 25 years of experience as a voice instructor working with ages 8-80. She specializes in MDH Breathing Coordination, a functional vocal technique that applies to all styles, bridging the gap between art and science to help students achieve real, measurable results in their singing.

Idyllwild Arts Academy & Summer Program

In the theatre department at Idyllwild Arts day and boarding school, students will master advanced techniques while they work side-by-side with gifted professional actors, dancers, singers, designers, and technicians in contemporary and classic dramas, comedies, and musicals.

Joshua LeBar Studios

Joshua LeBar Studios is professional acting program that accepts youth actors from ages 8-18. The studio focuses on film and television acting techniques, and all classes are taught by successful working actors.

Lakewood Recreation and Community Services

Musical Theatre Class (5-13), Broadway Pops (7-11), three to five week sessions.

Long Beach Parks Recreation and Marine

 Musical Minis Theater Class for ages 2-1/2 to 5. 

South Coast Repertory – Summer Theater Production Programs for Youth and Teens

In South Coast Repertory’s Summer Acting Workshop, a fun-filled theatre camp for kids and teens (grades 3-12), youth build confidence and self-esteem. The two-week camp is designed for students new to SCR, where enthusiastic and experienced professional artists help students explore and deepen their understanding of acting.

Youth Theater Production Programs

A list of 18 children’s theater companies that offer youth productions. Many offer set design as well as open auditions.

Youth Theatre Casting Call

Buena Park Youth Theatre provides fourth through 12th grade students the opportunity to participate in performing in two major stage musicals each year.