We believe that the performing arts have a valuable place in our community, and that through participation in the arts, children will develop and build their self-confidence and self-expression. We also believe that the teamwork, discipline and dedication required by the craft of theater teaches life skills that positively influence the lives of children. We further endeavor to participate cooperatively with the larger community of arts groups wherever possible.
The Diary of Anne Frank:
NOW ENROLLING CLICK HERE
WIND IN THE WILLOWS IS CURRENTLY FULL!
If you enroll, you will be added to wait list.
What a splash we made at the Fair!
Thank you so much to all that made our Dunk Tank at the Island Area Fair a resounding success! We partnered with our friends at Ryan’s House to have a great time all four days!
Both organizations spread awareness of our programs, and raised important funds, so thank you to everyone that came threw a ball or volunteered to get dunked! We’ll be there again next year :-)
THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS!
Now is the time to sign up for an exciting array of classes at Whidbey Children’s Theater this Summer!
There are art classes, acting, theater, puppetry, film camp, and much more! Click HERE to find out more!
Call WCT’s Main Office (221-8707) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions or to inquire about volunteering.
CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE OR SIGN UP!
Last Year’s “Season of Happily Ever After”
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
(Middle & High School, 6th-12th Grade) Directed by Michael Morgen
Played November 8 through November 17
Disney’s 101 Dalmations
(Elementary School, 2nd-5th Grade)
Directed by Lisa Nakama
Played January 24 through February 2
David & Lisa
(High School age, 9-12th grade)
Directed by Rose Woods
Played March 21 through March 30
Disney’s Little Mermaid
Directed by Elizabeth Herbert
Played April 18 through April 27
Puss in Boots
(Multi-age, 2nd-12th Grade)
Directed by Michael Morgen
Played June 28 through July 13