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 2020
GRADES 7-11 (6th grade with permission) 
415 Teen Ensemble

SHE KILLS DRAGONS by Qui Nguyen
directed by Leslie Price, fight choreography with Joshua Waterstone and other artists 

STAGEWERX THEATER

We still have a couple spaces in the program for girls. Sorry, we are filled for boys! 

A blend of fantasy, drama, comedy, and plenty of stage combat! 

She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she deals with the death of her younger sister, Tilly. When Agnes discovers Tilly's "Dungeons and Dragons" notebook, she finds herself on a journey of discovery and adventure. Join us for this extragavant production which will feature an exploration of D & D. 

We'll perform and a beautiful and professional venue, Potrero Stage. 

JANUARY 11-APRIL 19
January 11 10am-12 is a free fight choreography workshop to introduce the show!
AT RED POPPY ART HOUSE

MONDAYS 4:15-6:30: INTERSECTION FOR THE ARTS 
WEDNESDAYS 4-5:45: STAGEWERX THEATER 
SATURDAYS AS CALLED from February 1: INTERSECTION FOR THE ARTS 

Tech and Performances: April 13-19. Exact times TBA
POTRERO STAGE

$725/entire workshop
Sliding scale tuition available; please choose the "Financial Aid" deposit when registering.
No student turned away for lack of funds! 

Register Online 

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Still in Session...
GRADES 8-12
YOUR BEST AUDITION
With Joshua Waterstone
RED POPPY ART HOUSE


Looking your best at an audition is essential to achieving your goals in landing that lead role or getting into a performing arts school. This class covers the essential aspects of a strong audition, and is especially geared towards students interested in going to Ruth Asawa School of the Arts (SOTA), preparing for a high school play audition or even a BFA College program.  

Choosing and Preparing Audition Materials: students will learn how to choose appropriate material with which to audition and prepare one or two monologues in different styles.  

Improvisation and Interviewing: students will learn to work collaboratively in a group audition, as well as gain interview skills to present with poise and confidence.

The Audition Process: students will hone their audition materials and be given opportunities to perform in front of others. 

Students will perform in our Winter Showcase: Thursday, December SATURDAYS every two weeks: October 5–January 4, 2020
10 AM-12:30 PM (every two weeks)
$375/session. 
Sliding scale tuition available; please choose the "Financial Aid" deposit when registering.
No student turned away for lack of funds! 

Register Online