A CYT exclusive interview with the star of Broadway’s Aladdin!

Get ready because this is the probably the coolest thing you’ve ever seen. CYT NYC recently interviewed Adam Jacobs who plays Aladdin on Broadway (yes, actual Broadway). They originally filmed the interview to show to CYT students in New York who were doing an Aladdin Workshop as their Fall class. But it was just too Continue Reading

We’re taking “Awkwardly Closer Than Family” to an entirely new level

It’s November! The time of year for yummy seasonal drinks at Starbucks, layering up in warm clothes, and starting your Christmas shopping. And we’re about to help you with two of those three (sorry, Starbucks). We proudly introduce to you: The CYT Store. Before you dive in to all that it offers, we have some important things Continue Reading

Two performances of CYT NYC’s Seussical Jr sponsored by local non-profit

The students in CYT NYC‘s production of Seussical Jr! got to take part in a very special day thanks to St. Francis Food Pantries and Shelters. The local non-profit food pantry and shelter in NYC sponsored two performances of the CYT production and sent two children’s groups, Figure Skating in Harlem and Dream Charter School, to attend the Dr. Seuss-themed Continue Reading

CYT San Diego celebrates at the Director’s Choice Awards

It may just be me, but I think a love of theater directly results in a love of awards shows. I know at least CYT San Diego agrees because they have the Director’s Choice Awards – CYT’s version of Hollywood’s Academy Awards! Each year CYT nominates the best of the best in each category from the Fall, Winter, Continue Reading

CYT alumni wins full-ride scholarship to Berklee School of Music

CYT San Diego alumni Jackie Foster’s life just changed. She is this year’s only winner of a 4-year, $150K scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston. Below is the full article from the San Diego Union Tribune that reinforces what a stellar performer she is and how much she deserves this amazing opportunity. Way to Continue Reading