San Francisco Youth Theatre
GRADES 6-12

 

SFYT Middle and High School students embark on training of the body, mind and voice, along with audition skills and scene work. 

Skill building is followed by full-scale productions. SFYT's 415 Teen Ensemble builds a strong sense of community with productions that focus on social justice issues. 

Sliding Scale tuition ALWAYS available. No student is turned away for lack of funds.

Select 'Financial Aid Deposit' at check out.

WINTER/SPRING 2019
GRADES 6-11
415 Teen Ensemble 

AL CAPONE DOES MY SHIRTS 
ADAPTED FROM THE BOOK BY GENNIFER CHOLDENKO

Script by David Bareford
directed by Lauren Unbekant and Emmett Van Slyke  
 INTERSECTION FOR THE ARTS, SFYT'S NEW SPACE!

A full-scale multimedia production about the families who worked and lived on Alcatraz during the 1930s. But the unusual living conditions don't mean that kids get to escape the struggles of growing up. Moose’s sister has autism, and no school will accept her as a student. When Moose seeks out the help of a notorious criminal inside the prison, he learns about the meaning of family love and true friends.

Based on the Newbery Honor Book and New York Times Bestseller, Al Capone Does My Shirts is historical fiction with a hint of mystery. Al Capone Does My Shirts has become an instant classic for kids, and SFYT is delighted to bring it to life!

INFORMATION MEETING WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 4:30pm
Rehearsals January 23–April 27
MONDAY/WEDNESDAYS 4:15–6:30pm
Saturdays added as called beginning March 2nd, 10am-12:30 pm  

$695/ full session
Sliding scale tuition available; please choose the "Financial Aid" deposit when registering.
No student turned away for lack of funds! 

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GRADES 10–College (9th graders with permission)
HOMEGROWN STUDENT ONE ACT FESTIVAL PART II
With Nicole Jost & Bianca Catalan 
RED POPPY ART HOUSE

Do you have a story to tell? A stage fantasy you want to explore? A message for your community? This class will instruct you in the step-by-step process of imagining, writing, producing and performing your own work, from idea to performance. We will produce plays that were written by students in the fall semester and new ones written in the beginning of winter semester, then YOU will produce, direct, cast and perform the plays for the community. 


TUESDAYS January 22 – May 14
5:30-7:30 pm; Saturdays as needed 10-12:30 beginning in March 

$375 twelve/week first sememster session. Sliding Scale Tuition Available
No fee for students over 18. Please choose the over 18 option when you register.

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