Auditions are held in the beginning of January for the spring performance and the beginning of September for the fall performance. The spring performance features middle and high school actors. The fall performance features elementary and middle school actors while providing high school students the opportunity to help direct, learn technical production details, etc.
Audition information will be posted on this website, on our Facebook page and generally advertised through local schools, etc.
Volunteers are the back bone of this organization. By giving your time, you not only receive the pleasure of helping young people grow and develop, you share your skills with others and learn new skills. Most jobs need no experience and you work with a variety of other community minded people.
There are many areas in the organization where volunteers are utilized:
Set Construction and Painting, Costume Design and Construction, Public Relations, Choreography, Props, Lighting Design, Sound, Backstage Technical Work,
Program Development, Community Outreach Development, House Manager and Ticket Sales, Program Ushers, Makeup
Donations are a central source of income for the theatre. Your gift allows YTNBC to increase community outreach to the less fortunate, provide quality theatre arts experiences to our children youth and community and provide affordable access to the performing arts. Many employers provide matching funds to non-profit through their employee giving program.
There are many ways you can support YTNBC including cash donations, employer matching contributions, attending performances and supporting our fundraising events.