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See a show!

We produce 4-5 shows a year at local theaters like the Granville Arts Center in Garland and The Water Tower theatre in Addison. Click the ticket symbol to go to our ticket page.


Does your child want to give acting a go? That's great! We cast all of our shows through a low-pressure, fun audition process. Click the smiley face to go to our audition page.

Become a Partner!

Do you want to support the arts in our community? We have partnership options for almost any budget level. Click the symbol above to be redirected to our Partnership page.

Accolade Insiders

Want to find out when our next audition is? Updates on our upcoming season? Just fill out this form and we'll add you to our Accolade Insider's email list so you will always be in the know. You can opt out at any time.


Why Theatre?

We believe that theatre can have a profound impact on the lives of kids, and we’re dedicated to providing high-quality theatrical experiences that are both fun and enriching. Here are just a few of the benefits of theatre programs for kids:

Self Confidence

Theatre is a great way for kids to build confidence and self-esteem. By performing in front of others, kids learn to overcome stage fright and develop a sense of pride in their abilities. Even behind the scenes, working on costumes or sets can help kids build a sense of accomplishment and take pride in their work

Communication Skills

Theatre is all about communication, and participating in theatre programs can help kids develop strong communication skills. Through memorizing lines, improvisation, and working with other performers, kids learn to express themselves more clearly and effectively, both on stage and off.


Theatre is a creative art form that encourages imagination and originality. Kids who participate in theatre programs have the opportunity to explore their creative side, whether it's through writing scripts, designing costumes, or inventing characters. This can help them develop a lifelong love of the arts and a passion for creative expression.

Social Skills

Theatre programs provide an opportunity for kids to work together towards a common goal, fostering teamwork and collaboration. Whether they're rehearsing a scene or building a set, kids learn to communicate and work together effectively, developing important social skills that will serve them well throughout their lives.

Developing Empathy

Theatre is all about putting oneself in someone else's shoes, and participating in theatre programs can help kids develop empathy and understanding for others. By exploring different characters and perspectives, kids learn to see the world through someone else's eyes and develop a greater sense of compassion and understanding.