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Private Coaching for Acting and Voice

Creative Kids Youth Theater Project is proud to announce that we now offer Private Coaching for acting and voice.  YTP director Cheryl Beck (who has been teaching musical theater, acting and voice  for 30 years), is now working with students individually.  This is in addition to the musical theater program that has gained a stellar reputation in the Los Angeles community, and given hundreds of children their first introduction, and a first class education in the world of musical theater. Private coaching helps students to build confidence as well as voice, acting and...
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Spring Season 2017 at the Youth Theater ...

We are so excited to announce our Spring Season Productions: Annie and West Side Story! The Monday and Tuesday classes will be a Beginner/Intermediate combination class of Annie, and the Wednesday class will be an Intermediate only class of Annie. The Thursday class will be an Advanced Intermediate class doing West Side Story. The middle school/high school sr. class is currently in session, doing Avenue Q, which will perform in early May-   We can’t wait to see you all next session- early registration has started. Use the code earlyregsp17 for a discount if you...
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Our new online registration system is he...

We are so excited to introduce our new online registration.  This new system will allow you to keep track of the classes in which your child is enrolled, make payments, print receipts for all your payments, and take care of all your Youth Theater Project business. To access our new registration system, CLICK HERE
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Raising kids up…

This blog was written by my good friend Anne Josephson, who owns JAG Gymnastics in Culver City. For a direct Link to her blog, please click HERE. Anne Josephson – Raising All Kids Up Posted on March 22, 2011 by JAG We all want our children to succeed. But what happens when a parent feels that there isn’t enough achievement to go around for everyone? What happens when parents become convinced that their child’s success is threatened when another child succeeds? There is a well-known African proverb: “It takes a village to raise a child,” yet I am growing...
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Why Preschool shouldn’t be like sc...

Here’s a great article forwarded to me by Betsy Brown Braun.
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When I was seventeen…

It really was a good year.  I turned seventeen in the fall of my senior year.  It was to be the year that I grew up in so many ways. All these memories came flooding back to me, as I helped my daughter celebrate her seventeenth birthday this month.  It doesn’t seem possible.  On one hand, I cannot imagine the life I had before she was born.  On the other hand, it seems so easy to find myself back into the head of my seventeen year old self, negotiating relationships, romance, and leaving home. As my daughter and I wade through the issues of her seventeenth year, ...