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Rating: TEEN (T) 13+
Change is in the air as Violet prepares to bring twin boys into the world. Inside her womb, her unborn sons contemplate their future, while the world around her is in transformation: her husband is secretly planning to leave her, her father is slipping into senility and her daughter has taken a vow of silence. Haunting and slyly funny, Noah Haidle’s Smokefall explores the lives of this family in a lyrical treatise on the fragility of life and the power of love.
Performances: September 9-11, 16-18
When They Go Low
When social media goes into a frenzy over pictures of a girl at a party, Louise’s teacher lectures all the schoolgirls on taking more responsibility for their actions. Enraged that it’s them getting reprimanded – and not the boys who took the pictures – Louise wages war on the school’s systemic misogyny. But when she threatens popular boy Scott, risking his claim to the School Captain title, things escalate horribly. Natalie Mitchell’s When They Go Low explores everyday feminism, consent and the changing face of teenage sexuality in an online world. Is it always true that ‘when they go low’, we should go high? Rating: TEEN (T) 13+
Performances: September 23-25, 30-Oct 2
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The irresistible family musical about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel’s favorite son. Told entirely through song with the help of a main character Narrator, the musical follows preferred son Joseph. After being sold into slavery by his brothers, he ingratiates himself with Egyptian noble Potiphar, but ends up in jail after refusing the amorous advances of Potiphar’s wife. While imprisoned, Joseph discovers his ability to interpret dreams, and he soon finds himself in front of the mighty but troubled, Elvis-inspired, Pharaoh. Joseph’s solution to Egypt’s famine elevates him to Pharaoh’s right-hand man and reunites him with his family.
Performances: November 3-6, 10-13
Auditions: Saturday, July 30 at 3pm
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
The Herdmans never go to church. So how did they end up with the lead roles in the Christmas play? Chance, intimidation, and maybe a little Christmas magic help bring the Herdmans, as well as the rest of the town, to a new understanding of the holiday season. Don’t miss this Clark Youth Theatre tradition, 42 years strong!
Performances: December 1-4, 8-11
Auditions: Saturday, September 10 at 3pm
Jack and the Beanstalk
Written by former Broken Arrow teacher and artist Martha Barrett, this musical adaptation of the classic fairy tale delivers laughs and adventure. A delightful mix of adventure and whimsy, the show is perfect for children of all ages.
Performances: March 3-5, 10-12
Auditions: December 17, 2020 at 3pm
The Emergence Project is a student written, directed and performed event designed to give student’s full production experience. Local teens active in the Clark Conservatory submit short plays for performance. Writing submissions and submissions to direct and audition to join the acting pool available on the Clark site HERE. Rehearsals begin in January.
Performances: February 2-5, 2023
The Secret Garden
Based on the 1911 novel of the same name by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden follows Mary as she survives a deadly plague in India that kills her parents and forces her to live with her grief stricken Uncle Archibald in England. With a sweeping score and a thrilling book that delves into the emotional psyche of many layered and tortured characters, THE SECRET GARDEN is a masterpiece that families and musical lovers will be able to cherish long after they leave the theater.
Performances: April 20-23, April 27-30, 2023
Auditions: Saturday, January 14 at 3pm
The Penguin Project at Clark Youth Theatre presents….Disney’s Newsies Jr!
Clark Youth Theatre is excited to present the 8th year of The Penguin Project in Tulsa! The Penguin Project is an organization that produces musicals with children with developmental disabilities. They are joined on stage by “peer mentors,” a group of children without disabilities, who work with them side-by-side to guide them in rehearsals and performances.
Informational Meeting begin in November for our Spring 2023 Production! More information HERE.
Clark Youth Theatre Improv
TEEN SHOWS: October 15, December 17, March 25, May 6
PRETEEN SHOWS: December 14 and May 4
All Shows at 7:30pm
Clark Youth Theatre continues it’s laugh-out-loud, comedy adventure with Laughing Matter Improv. Join us for evenings full of laughter featuring our Pre-teen and Teen troupes as they present high energy, hilarious unscripted theatre. Fun for the whole family! Tickets available HERE
Friday Night Live!
December 16, 2022 & May 12, 2023 at 7:30
Clark Youth Theatre’s improvisation expansion has resulted in our newest hit, Friday Night Live! Think Saturday Night Live at Clark! Evenings will include sketch comedy, stand-up routines, musical guests and lots of laughter. Tickets available HERE
The Storybook Series
October 15, December 17, March 11, May 6
All Shows at 2:00pm
Clark Youth Theatre is excited to bring back The Storybook Series to young audiences again this season. Introduce your child to live performance as they watch their favorite books come to life on our stage! Perfect for ages 4-8. Tickets available HERE
Clark Youth Theatre serves students ages 3-18. The 2019-20 season will have expanded programming to suit the varying needs of our students as they age through our program. We have created the CYT Rating System in order to provide our parents, guardians and patrons with as much information as possible about the content of plays. Ultimately, opinions about the appropriateness of content is subjective and is likely to vary from person to person.
The rating system is structured in two tiers: age ratings (A, T, OT) and content indicators (language, violence and themes). Age ratings indicate a maturity threshold below which some parents or guardians may find the content unsuitable.
Content indicators provide insight as to the material within the play that prompted a particular age rating. If the play contains language (L), violence (V), or themes (S) that a parent may deem unsuitable, the rating notes for each production will provide details.
ALL AGES (A) = material has been deemed unlikely to be found inappropriate by any particular age group.
TEEN (T) = content within play may be considered inappropriate by some parents or guardians for children under the age of 13.
OLDER TEEN (OT) = contains material some parents or guardians may consider inappropriate for children under the age of 16.
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