San Francisco Youth Theatre
2020 Summer Programs

SUMMER 2020
Grades 2-12
Internships Available

**COVID-19 UPDATE!
SFYT is accepting registrations for its currently scheduled summer programs. However, dates may have to be changed, or programs cancelled as shelter-in-place protocols change. 

If you register for a summer program, be assured that you will receive a refund if the program cancels or you cannot make a rescheduled date. 

SFYT continues to plan for summer programming, knowing youth will be eager for in-person fun when the 'coast is clear.'

REGISTER so we can be ready!

 

ENTERING GRADES 9-12
SFYT's first...
24-HOUR PLAY FESTIVAL
Friday, June 5 (5-8pm) – Saturday, June 6 (10am-9pm)**
Dates for 24-Hour Play Festival will be adjusted as needed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

INTERSECTION FOR THE ARTS

How much can you do in a day? Tell a story? Explore a stage fantasy? Change the world?
SFYT emerging writers, actors and directors will come together in a 24-hour marathon to write, cast, direct and perform plays for the community. 


Fee: $225 
Sliding scale tuition according to income. No one turned away for lack of funds. 

Rising 8th graders can participate with permission
Questions? info@sfyouththeatre.org 

Register Online  

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ENTERING GRADES 2-5

POPPY PLAYHOUSE!
Two one-week sessions: JUNE 15-19 • JUNE 22-26**
Dates for Poppy Playhouse will be adjusted as needed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
 


 

SFYT's creative and fun teachers, Leslie Price and Dyana Diaz, will lead two one-week theatre intensives for students in grades 2-5. Through improvisation, theatre games and a simple script, students will create a play to perform for friends and family on the final day of the program. Special guests will join us for art and music classes.

RED POPPY ART HOUSE
June 15-19 • June 22-26**
Monday - Friday  9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Aftercare available until 5 pm 
 

Week One: Pedrito and the Magic Bread (Pedrito y los panecillos mágicos)
Pedro and Lito are travelling bakers who get up early to prepare bread and delightful baked goods. When they arrive in a small town with the hope of setting up a new bakery, they find it a sad and gloomy place. Then Lito accidentally spills sugar on the flour, causing an unexpected event...the creation of pan dulce" bringing magic and joy to the entire town. A story about how love and food can bring us together.

Week Two: Last Stop on Market Street
Matt de la Peña's Newbery Award-winning story of a young boy and his grandmother traveling down SF's Market Street showcases the beauty in everyday life in our city and neighborhood. Students will enjoy activities inspired by our Mission District neighborhood and murals, celebrating our community through storytelling and performance.


Sliding scale tuition according to income from $75-$375/wk.
Sign up for both weeks and save $50! 
No one turned away for lack of funds. 

Questions? info@sfyouththeatre.org
Register Online

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SUMMER INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE!

If you are in High School (11th grade+) or College, and want to have experience working with a great mentor teacher, come intern with us this summer. Fill out the application and tell us a bit about yourself!