One of the oldest independent youth theatre programs in the country, celebrating it’s 46th consecutive year of training and production.
Combines the three elements (music, drama, dance) of performing arts as part of every student’s curriculum with over 400 currently enrolled.
One of the few of youth theaters nationally to have its own proscenium theatre facility on site.
One of the few youth theatre programs in Florida, not affiliated with a parent or community theatre company, with its own $250,000 educational facility including classrooms, rehearsal space, dressing rooms, and a costume closet accommodating a 2,000 piece collection.
The largest community theatre in Tallahassee, Florida with an operating budget of over $750,000 and the only theatre to be classified as a “Cultural Institution” by the Cultural Resource Commission.
One of the largest theatre organizations known in the nation offering theatre for family audiences that is not associated with a parent or community theatre company.
Only theatre program in Tallahassee, Florida to have received official state funding for over 35 consecutive years.
Only theatre program in Tallahassee, Florida offering scholarships to underprivileged area youth.
Only one of a few youth theatre programs offering troupe opportunities for its students. The troupes have performed at nationally acclaimed locations- on the steps of our Nation’s Capital, at Disney World in Orlando, Florida and at the Atlantis Resort in Nassau, Bahamas.
Has the largest professionally staffed program in the southeast.
Service Oriented Annual Tour of All Leon County Parks & Recreation Facilities to Expose Children to Live Musical Theatre. Offer School Matinees on a per Show Reduced Rate Basis to Expose Students in Leon County and the Surrounding Areas to Live Theatre Productions.
Season of Shows Over 10,000 Attend Annually Feature Non-Traditional Casting Gender Balanced
Board of Directors Representative of the Community it Serves Gender Equal
Association of Children’s Theatre Board Corps of Parent/Community Volunteers that Help Coordinate Over 300 Young Actors Theatre Volunteers Coordination and Cooperation Florida State University School of Theatre and School of Film Leon County Schools Area Private Schools City of Tallahassee – Parks and Recreation “Career Days” With Area Schools Cultural Resources Commission Florida Public Service Commission