Happy Holidays from The NTPA Staff, Artists, and Board of Directors

This joyous holiday season allows us to look back on 2022 with our thanks for your gifts of support, talent, time and treasure to have made it all possible. It also enables us to look to the year ahead as we plan for another impactful and rewarding year of developing the character of youth through performing arts education and delivering high-quality family entertainment.

In 2022, we welcomed a full return to “normalcy” in our theatres after two challenging years and went on to achieve exciting milestones in our offerings:

  • Launch of NTPA Studios, a new film production program for grades 5-12 including educational and experiential opportunities both in front of and behind the camera
  • Launch of NTPA Deaf Theatre with theatre camps designed for and taught by actors who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
  • First full year of programming for NTPA – Southlake, the newest addition to our youth theatre family.
  • Addition of Collegiate Pursuits College Prep workshops, lessons and classes.
  • Almost 150 productions and over 1,000 performances on our stages!
  • Over 10,000 enrollments in classes, camps and productions.
  • Over $60,000 of donated tickets to veterans, and underprivileged individuals
  • Over $30,000 raised in our Inaugural Stardust Awards Gala at the historic Southfork Ranch, recognizing performing arts professionals and NTPA volunteers.
We look forward to providing even more opportunities for our youth to take the stage and have their voices heard, continued expansion of our performing arts training offerings, and producing exciting new titles never before performed on NTPA stages in 2023.
Thank you for your continued support for our efforts. We are also happy to make available our Director Giving Program to enable our patrons to recognize our gifted directors.

Our best wishes for a happy and safe holiday season to you and your loved ones.

The NTPA Staff, Artists, and Board of Directors