Tacoma Youth Theatre
Affordable Summer Programs & Pay-What-You-Can Productions
For young actors, ages 5 - 18
Tacoma Youth theatre is full of affordable and pay-what-you-can opportunities for young actors,ages 5 - 18. Summer programs include multiple one-week, half-day camps and two full pay-what-you-can productions: The Wizard of Oz and Robin Hood. Tacoma Youth Theatre provides professional expectations, resources, and mentors in a nurturing environment by emphasizing core values of self-esteem, empathy, responsibility, collaboration, creativity, and adaptability.
Theatre Fun Series
Cost: $125.00 per classOPEN ENROLLMENT - Suggested ages: 5 – 10
Three One-Week Camps - 10:00 am - 1:00 pmDiscover the joy of theatre! Young actors will love this opportunity to explore the fundamentals of acting through fun games and exercises. Each one...
Join us in supporting Tacoma Youth Theatre's talented and dedicated young actors, as they proudly present our original adaptation of Mark Twain's classic - TOM SAWYER!
Under 60 minutes in length, this creative re-telling of Twain's classic tale is perfect for all audiences. Support this young cast, comprised of young actors, ages 7 - 13, and bring the whole family - ALL TICKETS ARE PAY WHAT YOU CAN! :)
Performances are open to the public and will be held in Tacoma Youth Theatre's current space at 206 North J Street, The Center For Spiritual Living. Tacoma Youth Theatre is an educational theatre company, with no religious affiliation.
Tickets are by donation - PAY WHAT YOU CAN -- as part of an on-going fundraiser in support of Tacoma Youth Theatre's mission. Tickets are available, through cast members, at the door, or by calling Tacoma...
The Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Science Dome is revolutionizing science and astronomy education on the campus while also providing a learning opportunity for the community with science films offered for $6 for adults and $3 tickets for children ages three to 18-years-old.
The Science Dome is a 55-seat visualization theatre with a 38 foot dome-shaped screen. It provides an immersive and interactive experience to users as a planetarium for showing science films. Since January, approximately 250 Pierce College students have used the Science Dome during class – some more than once. Beyond the college students, 600 preschool to grade 12 students have utilized the dome along with 1,300 visitors from the public.
“Pierce College welcomes visitors to the Science Dome shows. Next year we will expand the opportunity for K-12 learning...
An endangered clouded leopard
cub will make his public debut at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium Saturday
The now 4-pound cub weighed
just about half a pound when he was born May 1. He’s been getting round-the-clock care and feedings since his birth to mother Chai Li (pronounced
Chai-lye) and her mate Nah Fun (pronounced Nah-foon).
The cub, whom zookeepers named Tien (pronounced TEA-N), will be on exhibit for
feedings at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. daily in the zoo’s Cub Den.
His name was inspired by the
sound of a Thai word for strong, stable and steady, zookeepers said. It is not
a direct translation.
When his feeding and play period is over, Sumatran tiger cub Kali will get her
time in the Cub Den. Feedings and keeper interaction with her are at 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m. daily.
Kali, born April 17 to mother Jaya and father Malosi...
The Simplified Summer Food Program for children, sponsored by Metro Parks Tacoma in partnership with the USDA, will serve meals at no charge to attending children 18 years of age and younger. All meals are available without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
A free Subway lunch will be distributed to children Monday-Friday at designated sites listed here. Metro Parks will not serve meals on July 4 in observence of Independence Day.