We are a Nonprofit 501(c)(3) family friendly theater company offering performance opportunities for all ages, kids and adults. You can choose to do virtual or in person performances. Our company was founded to ensure that there is a space for those who want to perform without judgment or pressure from others. During a time when everything was shut down, we did our best to stay open and create unique opportunities to keep people from losing their motivation. Since we are a nonprofit, anytime you participate in our activities that require a fee, it is considered a donation and it is tax-deductible! If you ever want to be involved in a show, consider auditioning and we welcome all performers no matter what level you are!
Empower. Inspire. Educate
This company is meant to be an alternative to the mainstream theater industry and when people perform with us, they expect a low stress, casual, professional, and educational experience with lots of fun! We focus on the rehearsal process rather than the final product and perfection is never the goal. Therefore, we make sure all staff and volunteer candidates are thoroughly interviewed to make sure their values align with ours. We believe that children are to be protected and provided a safe space to express themselves and be free from stifling treatments. We treat performers with respect and expect the same back. You do not need to be an experienced actor to perform with us. We will teach you stage directions, audition tips, acting advice, music, choreography, and more during rehearsals. Our goal is make sure you enjoy what you do and to bring back that passion into your life. For our patrons, we aim to provide quality performances and enrichment into the community. Our classes and shows are designed to help performers improve their skills so that they become confident singers, actors, and dancers.
Founder/ Artistic Director
Tina is a professional performer and voice instructor based in Southern California. With a BA in English Literature from UC Los Angeles, she also studied at NYU CAP21 Musical Theater Intensive Conservatory in 2011. Her past show credits include Legally Blonde, Annie Get Your Gun, and The Wizard of Oz at the Candlelight Pavilion. Some other show credits include Thoroughly Modern Millie at Performance Riverside, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at 3-D Theatricals, A Chorus Line as Connie Wong at Sierra Repertory Theater, The Who's Tommy at East West Players, and more. She is excited to be Artistic Director at Performance and Fun Community Theater where she can create a place for all types of performers and provide a welcoming and educational environment for those who love the arts.