Cornwall Youth Theatre Company
Breaking with tradition since 1984
CYTC was established in 1984, and is widely regarded as one of the premier youth performance groups in the U.K. Since our beginning, we have worked with over 4,000 young people on over 85 touring productions resulting in over 500 performances.
CYTC offers young people from 12-22 the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of theatre-based activities under the guidance of highly qualified professional practitioners. We aim to give young people the inspiration to test their own skills and gain practical experience of performing and producing touring theatre in a professional environment. We aim to encourage tolerance as well as talent and concern for the company.
CYTC specialises in touring productions to a wide range of venues across Cornwall, these include established theatre venues, schools, colleges, village halls and open-air spaces.
How do I get involved?
If you’re interested in the theatre arts and can offer 110% commitment, we’re interested in what you can offer the company. If you have enthusiasm and drive it doesn’t matter if you heading for drama school or university or simply want to have a great time working with people who think like you because the experience will guarantee you’ll make friends for life.
Just fill in the contact form and we’ll be in touch about current membership and production opportunities.
CYTC begins each season in September with a wide range of theatre arts workshops: voice, physical theatre, stage combat, song and devising!
Sundays (10.00am – 2.00pm)
Carrick Sport and Recreation Centre,
(aka: HENDRA HALL)
Carew Road, Truro
Further details/travel directions:
Rehearsal schedules are available on our members only closed Facebook page. Please ask us for further details.
The Caucasian Chalk Circle
The Caucasian Chalk Circle is a masterpiece of 20th century drama, powerfully demonstrating Bertolt Brecht’s pioneering theatrical techniques. A servant girl sacrifices everything to protect a baby abandoned in the heat of war. Order restored, she is made to confront the boy’s mother in a legal contest over who deserves to keep him. The comical judge calls on an ancient tradition ‘the chalk circle’ to resolve the dispute. Who wins?
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