Two free Theatre for Young Audiences performances during Vintage Days

Theatre for Young Audiences presents "Wondrous Tales of Old Japan"

~ Reprinted from Campus News Fresno State’s Theatre for Young Audiences touring company of student actors has been a tradition at Fresno State for more than 50 years, and has toured more than 40 schools and over 16,000 children in a single season. During Vintage Days, there will be two free public performances, at 11 […]

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Theatre for Young Audiences tour makes a stop for Valley Children’s patients

Theatre For Young Audiences performed at Valley Children's Hospital.

On Thursday, March 15, Theatre for Young Audiences visited Valley Children’s Hospital for a special performance. Theatre for Young Audiences company members turned the Guild Hall into a performance space in a matter of 30 minutes and performed for a crowd of about 15 patients, with their parents and caretakers at their side.

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Inspire a child — adopt a school

Promo image for Theatre for Young Audiences - shows poster for this year's play with image in the background of a previous production

Fresno State’s Theatre for Young Audiences has provided quality theatre productions for children throughout the Valley since 1928, while giving college students vital performance and touring experience.

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Audition for Theatre for Young Audiences

Auditions for this year’s Theatre for Young Audiences are from 3-5 p.m. today and tomorrow, Oct. 25 and 26, in the John Wright Theatre. Auditions open to everyone. Theatre for Young Audiences has been a tradition at Fresno State for more than 50 years. Each spring, Fresno State students enroll in a course to bring children’s theatre […]

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Inspire a Child – Adopt a School

For more than 50 years, Fresno State’s Theatre for Young Audiences has provided college students with performance and touring experience, while providing quality theatre productions for children throughout theValley. Arts education programs have shown to improve the developmental growth of school-aged children, while lowering delinquency and truancy rates in at-risk youth. Unfortunately, due to the restriction of school budgets, arts programs […]

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