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North Texas Performing Arts (NTPA) is a 501(c)3 not-for profit corporation dedicated to developing the character of youth through quality performing arts education and family entertainment.
We have classes, auditions, camps and productions in Dallas, Fairview, Frisco and Plano.
New to theatre?
If you are thinking about signing up your first audition but aren’t sure what to expect, you might consider attending a FREE UpSTARt Workshop which is a fast-paced, high-energy, and fun-filled two-hour workshop designed to our future actors the confidence and training to “take the stage” in their first audition. These workshops are available in our Plano, Fairview and Frisco locations.
Dallas Summer 2-Week Productions
Our 2-Week Productions cram all the fun of a major production into two crazy weeks! All students who sign up will be cast. Auditions for casting take place on the first day of rehearsal (for our half day camps, the first day will be a full day!).
Students will put on a full length production at the end of two weeks with multiple performances over the final weekend. Just like our major productions, all students and their families will work together to put on the show. Families will be responsible for providing their own costumes and selling tickets to the show, as well as helping with set build, lights and sound, concessions, tickets and more!
It’s fun for the whole family! Join us this summer for one of these crazy adventures!
Dallas Upcoming Auditions
Our Major Productions offer students a chance to act in a full-length play or musical. Auditions take place before rehearsals and students will be cast based on their audition. Students will typically rehearse one night per week for 10 weeks leading up to the show, with rehearsals every night during the last week (tech week).
Students will have multiple performances over the final weekend. All students and their families will work together to put on the show. Families will be responsible for providing their own costumes and selling tickets to the show, as well as helping with set build, lights and sound, concessions, tickets and more!
Scholarships and scholarship volunteer roles are available for each production.