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The Penguin Project at Clark Youth Theatre

Our Penguins may not be able to fly, but that does not prevent their spirits from soaring!” 

 

Clark Youth Theatre’s 7th Annual

Penguin Project Production

Every year in February, joy comes alive onstage as our Clark Youth Theatre Penguins soar in their annual Penguin Project Production!

This year, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr will be performed for our annual production.

Dates and location for our Tulsa performance are pending and will be announced soon!

Clark Youth Theatre is thrilled to announce that we will be partnering with the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center to bring The Penguin Project to Broken Arrow Public Schools!

Our BA performance will be Seussical Kids, and will take place at the BAPAC January 14-16th, 2022!

Broken Arrow Mentor Training for BA students is September 30th from 4-6pm and October 2nd from 10am-12pm at the BAPAC.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is there a fee to participate in the Penguin Project?

Who is eligible to be an Artist?

Who is eligible to be a Mentor?

When do rehearsals start?

Mentor trainings, informational meetings and rehearsal dates will be announced soon!

For more information about The Penguin Project at Clark Youth Theatre, download the information flyer.

 

About the Penguin Project® Foundation

The Penguin Project provides an opportunity for children with disabilities to develop creative skills related to the theatre arts.

Clark Youth Theatre is proud to be the first theatre in Oklahoma to produce The Penguin Project, conceived by Dr. Andrew Morgan, Professor Emeritus of Clinical Pediatrics at the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. Since 2004, The Penguin Project has produced one musical theatre production each year at Eastlight Theatre in East Peoria, IL.

Goals of The Penguin Project:

You can find more information about The Penguin Project® Foundation here.