Clark Youth Theatre recently performed at the very first YouthFest during the AACT National Festival 2017 in Rochester, Minnesota. As one of only 3 youth companies from across the country invited to participate, Clark Youth Theatre is very proud to have been distinguished with this honor.
During the AACT National Festival, Clark Youth Theatre was awarded National Recognition for Theatre Excellence. Clark Youth Theatre now ranks among the finest youth theatre programs in the country, despite operating at a fraction of their competitors’ annual budgets. Two student actresses, Sophie Kimery and Lenora Martin, were individually recognized with Outstanding Achievement in Acting awards. Many of Clark Youth Theatre’s students also competed in the 1st Annual National Monologue Competition, and 4 of the 9 finalists were Clark Youth Theatre participants.
The 21 Clark Conservatory students who attended the festival were given the responsibility of raising the necessary travel funds; they willingly met the challenge, raising in excess of $21,000 in a 4-month span through letter-writing campaigns, raffles, special events and local performances. Clark Youth Theatre continues its commitment to creating future leaders through theatre.
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The Emergence Project has announced dates for submissions of scripts and applications for directors.
The Emergence Project is designed to develop the theatre skills of Tulsa area youth. Currently needed are writers and directors between the ages of 12 and 18 for our summer 2018 production.
Writers may submit scripts for email@example.com
Join us on March 17th at 7:30 p.m. for an evening full of laughter featuring our teen improv troupe as they present high energy, hilarious unscripted theatre. Fun for the whole family! Tickets are $8.
Clark Youth Theatre is now accepting enrollments for Spring Break Theatre Camp, March 19-23 for ages 8-14. Cost is $130, which includes Before/After Care and a DVD of the camp performance. This is a great opportunity for youth interested in theatre involvement. The camp includes classes on acting, dancing, singing, and other performance skills. Children will need to bring a sack lunch each day. There will be one performance for family and friends on March 23; from 5:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.