Young Audience Performances   Summer Rep for General Audiences
•Weekday Performances   •Weekend Performances
   


Young Audience Performances
 
 
California Theatre Center presents 13-15 plays each year for young audiences during its Young Audience Season from October through May, on weekday mornings for school field trips and on weekends for family audiences, in Sunnyvale and other Santa Clara Valley theaters. CTC also tours several of its young audience plays each year for school field trips across California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
Each of the Young Audience performances is about an hour long. Age recommendations are listed with the description of each play. Most of the plays are suggested for preK or K and up; some are suggested for 2nd grade and up. Titles include classic fairy tales, adaptations of beloved children's literature and original productions, both musicals and non-musicals.

 

     
Weekday Young Audience Performances
 
 

Weekday Young Audience performances are presented weekday mornings from October through May, for school field trips and homeschool groups. The performances are held at CTC's home theater in Sunnyvale and also throughout California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington.

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Weekend Young Audience Performances
 
 

Weekend Young Audience performances are presented weekends on Saturday mornings and some afternoons and evenings from October though May. The performances are primarily at CTC's home theater in Sunnyvale, as well as other theaters in the Santa Clara Valley.

Schedule coming soon!
 


     
Summer Rep Performances for General Audiences
 
 

The Summer Rep season consists of 3-4 full-length plays during June and July for general audiences at CTC's home theater in Sunnyvale. This is a true repertory season, with all of the plays being performed in rotation. Performances are Thursday through Friday evenings and some Saturday and Sunday matinees. Plays for Summer Rep include both classic and contemporary titles.

 

 
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