Sacramento Children’s Theater
Sacramento Children’s Theater is the longest-running community theater program in our region, spanning more than 70 years. The program has entertained and taught countless children with lively and educational musical theatre productions. For many children, this is the first and sometimes only live theatre that they will experience.
Since the 1940s, the Junior League of Sacramento has been dedicated to providing this free program to over 18,000 local elementary school children, a tradition that Fairytale Town is happy to continue and make possible for the community. Fairytale Town works with community members who serve as playwrights, actors, back stage helpers, costume sewers, prop/scenery painters, and logistics coordinators in the quest to produce a quality production.
In 2014 Sacramento Children’s Theater will be presenting Rocket the Runaway Engine. Performances will be offered Tuesday – Friday beginning February 4 through March 7, with a special preview performance on Monday, February 3 (performance venue is TBA).
To make a reservation, or for more information about Sacramento Children’s Theater, please contact:
Fairytale Town Troupers
The Fairytale Town Troupers is a Theatre Arts program that teaches the essentials of live stage production in a practical rehearsal and performance format. The Troupers program is open to young actors aged 5 to 18, as well as Interns and adult volunteers aged 18 to 21. In this unique program, novices work side-by-side with seasoned veterans to gain invaluable hands-on experience in the art of producing live theatre.
Original productions for the Fairytale Town Troupers are written and directed by Fairytale Town’s Education & Theatre Arts Specialist John Lee, an award-winning local playwright, director and actor.
Fairytale Town Troupers 2014 Season
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All titles and show dates for the season are subject to change.
For More Information About the Fairytale Town Troupers, Please Contact: