ACT Performance Internship
This is a performance internship for youth up to 22 years of age. Performance interns will work under the direction of Kristina Sutherland, ACT's Director of Education, and alongside other artists in the Ramayana Youth Ensemble to create a one-act that weaves together live music, puppetry, and dance. Apply through June 27.
Gay/Straight Alliance Youth Chorus
Diverse Harmony is a musically creative social connection in the greater Seattle area designed to nurture friendships, promote
musical abilities and provide a safe place where youth are accepted for who they are.
The Intiman focuses on dramatic international literature and theatre, offers student matinees for many of its plays, and after school
special productions for local youth.
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center
The center is closed for building renovations and should open up again in 2011.
Northwest Film Forum for Teens
Filmmaking classes and summer camps are offered for teens.
Phffft! Dance Theater Company
The Phffft Dance Theatre Company aims to bring arts to underserved children and youth.
Queer Teen Ensemble Theatre
Express yourself, be fabulous, make friends, try something new, and celebrate Pride! Queer Teen Ensemble Theatre (QTET) is a unique program giving voice and artistry to LGBTQ youth in the Seattle community.
Reel Grrls is an after-school media & technology training program that empowers girls to critique media images
and to gain media technology skills in a safe, open environment, mentored by a network of multi-cultural women media professionals.
Seattle Children's Theatre
Acting training and other exciting areas of theatre arts are offered in workshops.
Seattle International Film Festival
SIFF's mission is to create experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world,
and to foster a community that is more informed, aware, and alive.
Seattle Public Theater
Seattle Public Theater at the Bathhouse is committed to creating community through the performing arts, responsible
stewardship of the historic Bathhouse, professional theater of the highest quality, production of dynamic shows
with great texts, and providing a safe, exciting and unique space for youth to express themselves.
Seattle Repertory Theatre
With an emphasis on plays of true dramatic and literary worth, Seattle Rep produces a season of plays on two stages along
with educational programs for youth and new play workshops.
Seattle Scenic Studios
In the Technical Internship program, theater artists will lead a nine-week session offering youth scenic and prop
design instruction and mentoring using state-of-the-art tools and showcasing sets at local theater productions.
Seattle Theatre Group
Seattle Theatre Group (STG) is a non-profit performing arts organization dedicated to operating Seattle's historic
Paramount & Moore Theatres, presenting diverse programming and maintaining extensive Education & Community Programs.
Southeast Effective Development Arts
SEEDArts believes in the power of art in community building. We offer visual, performing and public art programs that inspire
and connect residents in Southeast Seattle.
Umoja Fest Peace Center's Hip-Hop Communiversity
Features recording and video production studios and free classes in the Music Business, Business & Entrepreneurship, Music Production, Debate, Politics & Civics, Video Production, Theatre/Drama, Fashion Design & Merchandising, Science of Flow/Art of Emceeing, DJing 101, Event Planning & Promotions
The Vera Project
The Vera Project (Vera) is what every teenager wants, a music-arts center run by and for youth.
The Young Shakespeare Workshop
The Young Shakespeare Workshop, a non-profit organization, provides a tuition-free summer program for young people. Work on sonnets, speeches,
scenes and plays by Shakespeare
Youth Theater Northwest
Youth Theatre Northwest nurtures the intellectual, artistic and personal development of children and youth through
drama education, performing opportunities and live theatre experiences.