NTPA Blog2019-05-23T12:55:27-05:00

Jessie Booth – Newest NTPA Resident Director

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Welcome to NTPA’s newest Resident Director, Jessie Booth! Jessie holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts as well as a minor in NonProfit Management from the University of Central Florida. She has worked as a professional Director, Stage Manager, Company Manager, and has worked directly with Broadway Producers. She is [...]

NTPA Academy Head of School Featured at International Conference Mike Mazur to Speak at Birthplace of Theatre — Athens, Greece

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North Texas Performing Arts Academy Head of School Mike Mazur has been selected as a featured speaker at the 9th Annual International Conference on Humanities & Arts in a Global World in Athens, Greece. Mazur currently serves as both the Managing Director of NTPA’s Plano youth theatre troupe and Head [...]

NTPA Safety Protocol Update – August

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NTPA Safety Protocol Update The North Texas Performing Arts Covid-19 Task Force of 30 medical doctors, legal counsel, board members and others meets weekly to update our safety protocols so that we can provide the safest possible environment for our students and patrons. Those protocols have allowed us to [...]

North Texas Performing Arts Announces Fifth Location NTPA Offers Educational Programming in Southlake/Grapevine

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North Texas Performing Arts, the largest non-profit youth theatre in the country announces the opening of its services in the Southlake/Grapevine area. Headquartered in Plano, TX, and celebrating it’s 30-year Anniversary, this new opening joins youth theatre locations in Plano, Fairview, Frisco and Dallas in offering performing arts productions [...]