Acting Workshops

Programs

About Programs and Workshops

Cazateatro’s educational programming includes year-round bilingual acting workshops for both adults and teens, led by our Educational Director Larry Villanueva. These programs include two or three full productions each year as well, incorporating teen and adult students. Programming for youth has also included a Fair for young people, presentations at local libraries and more.

Do you want to be part of Cazateatro’s Acting Workshops?

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Community Workshops

Cazateatro brings fun and interactive community workshops for all ages throughout the year!
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On the Road

Our On the Road Program brings fun and interactive programs for ages three to high school in area schools, public libraries, hospitals, and festivals throughout the school year!
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Teacher Workshops

Cazateatro brings fun and interactive community workshops for all ages throughout the year!
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Bilingual Theatre Workshops

Cazateatro brings fun and interactive community workshops for all ages throughout the year!
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Virtual Programming

Cazateatro produces a suite of programs distributed online through social media platforms.
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Bilingual Theatre Workshops

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On the Road

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Virtual Programming

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Teacher's Workshops

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Community Workshops

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