2016-2017 PRODUCTIONS

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LITTLE STARS: E-I-E-I Oops!

Farm

Little Stars – “E-I E-I– Oops!” Let’s take a trip to see Old MacDonald and all of his animals. The whole barnyard is singin’…the rooster’s singin’ tenor, the mule chimes in on bass, the chicks are pretty good altos, and the sheep are all over the place! But wait! Something’s wrong with Madame Cow… she just can’t moo! Join the fun as the animals all do their part to save the day! This play is just right for students in 1st through 3rd grade. Costumes, speaking lines for every participant and funny songs make this trip to the farm memorable for everyone! Don’t miss out!

This exciting production is for kids in grades K-4th. No experience necessary.

Tuition Information


Tuition for Little Stars is $135.00, payable in three (3) installments of $45. Register and pay in full by March 21st, 2017 to receive $20.00 off ($115.00). Pay in full between March 22nd - April 4th, 2017 to receive $15.00 off ($120.00). During the payment process you can choose to pay your deposit only, first tuition installment, or the full tuition with discount. Receive $15.00 off when registering two or more siblings.

Discounts cannot be combined. We will apply which ever discount is the greatest for your family.

To secure enrollment in any class or camp, please send non-refundable $20 deposit for each class. The remaining balance for the first installment will be due the first day of class. On the following page you will also have the option to pay in full to receive a discount.

REFUND POLICY: Full refund if class is cancelled by NYT. Tuition, less deposit, will be refunded up to second class session.

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BIG STARS: How to Eat Like a Child

How to Eat

Based on a successful television show that starred Dick Van Dyke, this musical romp through the joys and sorrows of being a child is hilarious. The show also enjoyed an off-Broadway run in New York. The cast members give 23 "lessons" to the audience in such subjects as "How to Beg for a Dog," "How to Torture Your Sister" (with a jelly donut!), "How to Act After Being Sent to Your Room," "How to Watch More Television," and "How to Laugh Hysterically". Comedic acting education, lots of singing and dancing as well as prop and set-making opportunities combine to make a rip-roaring good time for all participants.

This exciting production is for kids in grades 5th and up. No experience necessary.

Tuition Information


Tuition for Big Stars is $165.00, payable in three (3) installments of $55. Register and pay in full by March 21st, 2017 to receive $25.00 off ($140.00). Pay in full between March 22nd - April 4th, 2017 to receive $20.00 off ($145.00). During the payment process you can choose to pay your deposit only, first tuition installment, or the full tuition with discount. Receive $20.00 off when registering two or more siblings.

Discounts cannot be combined. We will apply which ever discount is the greatest for your family.

To secure enrollment in any class or camp, please send non-refundable $20 deposit for each class. The remaining balance for the first installment will be due the first day of class. On the following page you will also have the option to pay in full to receive a discount.

REFUND POLICY: Full refund if class is cancelled by NYT. Tuition, less deposit, will be refunded up to second class session.

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Northwest Youth Theatre is an Oregon Not-for-Profit 501(c)3 Corporation. Its purpose is to provide education and experience in the performing arts to children regardless of their past experience or training. It was founded by Lois Lents in Portland, OR in 1995, and offers youth a variety of performing opportunities, through after school and summer day camp programs for children from preschool through high school. NYT classes are filled without requiring students to audition — we believe that by working on performance skills and team-building activities in the rehearsal process, every group of young people can produce an excellent program. In addition, NYT policy is that no child will be denied access to our programs because of inability to pay. Contact us for information on tuition assistance.

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