B Street Theatre at the Yuba Theatre and Loyalton Elementary School April 23, 2012

"B Street Theatre"

The Sierra County Arts Council is pleased to present to Downieville School and Loyalton Elementary School:
Yuba Theatre, 9:45 AM,  Monday, April 23rd and to
Loyalton Elementary School, 2:00 PM, April 23rd.
Fantasy Festival XXVI : the winning plays of B Street Theatre’s annual playwriting contest for kids will be performed.
Admission is free and the public is invited.
Founded in 1986, B Street Theatre School Tour performs 12 times per week, 38 weeks per year in schools, hospitals and public places reaching approximately 200,000 children annually. Since its inception, the School Tour has played for over three million children in Northern California. The performances are a great way to introduce children to live theatre by expressing the art of telling stories on stage.

Watch a video clip of a past production, It’s All Greek to Me

In addition to producing professional touring productions, B Street Theatre holds an annual playwriting festival and contest for students. The festival was created to provide a forum for the dramatic voice of youth and to assist children in developing literary skills, problem solving techniques, and a mode of artistic expression. This process stimulates the intellect and enhances self-esteem by providing validation of creative ideas and work efforts. Selected plays are performed during the Spring School Tour, and a special show-case performance is held at B Street Theatre in Sacramento.

If you would like more information about the B Street Theatre School Tour and Playwriting Festival, please call us at (916) 442-5635.

Posted In Categories: 2012, Arts in the Schools, Past Events, Sierra Valley, Yuba Theatre

This event is produced by the Sierra County Arts Council, State-Local Partner of the California Arts Council.

  • Support creativity in California's classrooms by donating to the Keep Arts in School's Fund on your state tax return.
  • National Recitation Contest