REACH FOR THE STARS- Capital Campaign

Young Actors Theatre is thrilled to be celebrating its 41st year during the 2016-2017 season.  There are many ways for you to play your part and get involved during this exciting year!  Click on each heading below for further information.

“REACH FOR THE STARS” CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, we are embarking on a Capital Campaign to assist with repairs and upgrades associated with the theatre.  The theatre was built in 1986 and has only had general upkeep and minor upgrades during the thirty year period.  The educational facility that was upgraded in 1995 is in need of improvements as well.

Click here to watch video from YAT alumnus, Emily Fletcher!

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Click here for letter from Executive Director, Tina Williams
Click here for a list of Capital Campaign projects!
Click here for information on making a three year commitment to YAT!
Click here to donate to the campaign and play your part!

 

CLASSES —  YAT offers classes to students preK – 12th grade.  Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for kids!

FILM and TV DIVISION — YAT is pleased to have many alumni who are working in the Film and Television Industry.  Combining YAT teaching faculty with alumni resources, we have created this Division of the school.

MAINSTAGE SEASON —  YAT produces a professional- quality season of shows for multi-generational audiences.  Don’t miss out on Tallahassee’s hottest ticket for quality family entertainment.

COMMUNITY EVENTS—  YAT is very involved in our local community.  The best way to stay up to date on our community appearances and performances is to follow our social media accounts.
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CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP — Support Tallahassee’s First, Largest and Best Youth Theatre and School for the Performing Arts through Corporate Sponsorship.  YAT is a 501c3 organization and many sponsorship opportunities are available.  YAT sponsorship is a great way to support the arts, children, youth and families in the community.

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