On behalf of the entire San Diego Junior Theatre family, our hearts are with all of those whose health has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we wish everyone health and safety during this challenging time. We look forward to re-opening and re-engaging our students and audiences in person, just as soon as health and public officials indicate it is safe to do so.
We invite your family to stay connected to our community as we create new and innovative opportunities for young people to explore and grow in a digital media setting. Virtual summer camps are currently enrolling. Register & learn more here.
We have canceled scheduled performances, through September 1, 2020, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Wake Up Brother Bear
Spring Break Camps
West Side Story
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As a non-profit organization, San Diego Junior Theatre relies on both ticket sales and contributed revenue. The cancelation of performances and classes has been necessary for the health of our students, families and staff, and will have a significant financial effect on our organization.
Please consider donating the cost of your tickets back to Junior Theatre for a tax deduction. It will help to sustain our work during this challenging time—and help us prepare for when our doors re-open to our community.
Spend this summer learning to act, sing, and dance at the nation’s oldest youth theatre program! San Diego Junior Theatre’s Virtual Summer Camps run from June 15 through August 28, 2020.
Online Enrollment for Virtual Summer Camps Begins May 1, 2020.
San Diego Junior Theatre’s Spring 2020 Classes & Camps are now online for enrollment. Register today!
2020 SPRING CLASSES & CAMPS
We’re so proud of our resilient School of Rock cast and crew for pushing through opening weekend despite an overnight break-in at the Casa del Prado Theatre on Friday, which resulted in four stolen guitars.
“I’m proud of the cast for bouncing back and putting on a great show. I spoke with my mom and she helped me put things in perspective. We prayed that the stolen instruments get used for a good cause. I recognize that we maybe have more than others and I hope that whoever has them is able to do some good,” said Pita Birkbeck (age 15), one directly affected student.
Oliver Davis (age 12), another student who was impacted by the theft, said “Props to everyone for sticking with this. My teacher said that the show must go on; sometimes you have to be prepared for the worst. And worse things could have happened. No one got hurt. A guitar is a guitar. That can be replaced. You can’t replace a person, or their health if they get hurt. We’re okay,”
The cast and crew are in good spirits and look forward to a successful closing weekend of shows Nov 1-3.
Registration is open for Winter classes & camps! We have a new Toddler & Me Imagination Theatre class, plus Set Design camp, Songs of Lin Manuel Miranda, and more.
San Diego Junior Theatre is proud to announce its 72nd Season of Shows, “Dance to Your Own Beat!”
SCHOOL OF ROCK
OCT 25 – NOV 3, 2019
WAKE UP, BROTHER BEAR!
NOV 16-17, 2019
JAN 10-19, 2020
NAKED MOLE RAT GETS DRESSED: THE ROCK EXPERIENCE
FEB 28 – MAR 8, 2020
ROALD DAHL’S MATILDA, THE MUSICAL
APR 24 – MAY 10, 2020
THE JUNGLE BOOK
JUN 26 – JUL 12, 2020
WEST SIDE STORY
JUL 24 – AUG 2, 2020
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