Send encouraging “Break a Leg!” wishes backstage to your favorite cast and crew members during the run of the show!Read more
Spotlight’s multiple performance troupes include all skill levels and ages, from 5 to 19, showcased in various concerts throughout the year.Read more
Coming Up: Fall 2021 Performance Troupes: Auditions for the new advanced teen performance troupe Evolution are Aug. 9. See detailsRead more
(Update 6/14/2021) All Summer Theatre Camps in June-July 2021 at Spotlight Youth Theatre have sold out.Read more
So you’re going to watch a Spotlight show online? That’s fantastic! Nothing replaces the excitement and connection of a performanceRead more
Spotlight Youth Theatre’s 2020-2021 season is a diverse mix of classic and new material to showcase our performers’ acting skills. Read about the six shows to expect through January!
SYT is trying new formats to keep performers and patrons safe. Artistic Director Kenny Grossman set up the first half of the season first, in order to learn the best approaches to take for the spring schedule.Read more
SYT artists won 31 National Youth Arts Awards from among 59 nominations for the 2019-2020 season.Read more
Oct. 30—Nov. 1: Creature or Creator: which one is the Monster? A new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Written by Bobby Sample. Directed by Kenny Grossman and Bobby Sample.Read more
Spotlight’s annual celebration where we honor actors who helped make the 2019-2020 season memorable!Read more
Nov. 20–22: Kids confront racism in this world-premiere drama for teens and adults. Written by Brianna Fallon and Abbey Yee.
Directed by Brianna Fallon.
Dec. 20–22: Santa has been framed, and it’s up to his Elves and an angel to help save the true meaning of the holidays. Written by L. Henry Dowell. Directed by Jack Taylor.Read more
Kenny Grossman’s rock & roll version of “Cinderella” in a musical theatre camp!
Directed by Heather Walker.Read more
Feb. 5–7: This wacky satire about a theatre defending transgender rights redefines “potty humor”! Written and directed by Kenny Grossman.Read more
Apr. 9-11: Shakespeare has been found murdered, and most of his female lead characters have a motive! Written by Jim and Jane Jefferies. Directed by Brenda Goodenberger.Read more
Apr. 23-25: One show premiering three winning one-act plays by Rebecca Bain, Emily Benoit, and Katie Kloberdanz. Directed by Christian Bader, Charlie Rabago, and Callista Walker.Read more