Each year, Clark Youth Theatre is stages a production of a fully staged musical starring young people with disabilities in ALL roles and their peer mentors! We have expanded our programming, and our volunteer opportunites are now:
1 - Mentor an Artist for the Orbit Initiative! Work with local performers, and a Broadway director to stage a fun Shakespeare production on the downtown PAC stage! Performances are the last weekend in June; rehearsals TBD for the 6 weeks prior.
2 - Mentor an Artist for our first Annual Penguin Camp! Camp will take place July 6-10, 2020 at Clark Youth Theatre. Check our website for forms and information!
3 - Our traditional Penguin Project will take place again next Winter - stay tuned for upcoming announcements regarding Show and dates!
*ASL Students or Interpreters: We are in ongoing need of volunteer interpreters both at Clark Youth Theatre and in especially in rehearsals for our Penguin Project productions. We are in progress of hiring certified supervisors so students can obtain internship credit!!
*High School and College aged young men and women without ASL ability who would be willing to mentor our artists! You will be the one who ends up learning. :-)
*male and females artists with disabilities ages 10-22.
Thank you for considering giving your time to Clark Youth Theatre!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About CLARK YOUTH THEATRE INCORPORATED
4825 S QUAKER AVE, TULSA, OK 74105, US
"Clark Theatre’s mission is to provide Tulsa area youth with a way to express themselves through the arts. Our focus is to build confidence, teach tolerance and emotional maturity, promote teamwork and encourage creativity. Clark Theatre gives kids a safe place to pursue their dreams."
Clark Youth Theatre is a performance based educational center for youth 8-18 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the surrounding communities. In the 2015-2016 season Clark offers Saturday Drama and Improvisation classes, an intensive Shakespeare Conservatory class, Homeschool Drama Classes, 5 two week summer camps and 7 free-to-participate full play or musical productions. We operate with 3 permanent part time employees, 3-4 contract employees per production, and a few contract teachers, depending on the class offerings. These employees are supported by a core volunteer force of approximately 30 parents and grandparents, and one time volunteers numbering from 120-150 depending upon the season.
In the 2015-2016 season, Clark was the first theatre to partner with THe Penguin Project, rehearsing and staging a full Jr. musical for special needs artists and their mentors.
Clark Youth Theatre is a 37 year strong organization designed to grow incredible young people by allowing them to grow in artistic expression in a team environment.