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CCA Children’s Theatre


Launched in 2017, Columbia Center for the Arts’ year-round Children’s Theatre Program provides vibrant performing arts for our community with the vision of Acting Artistic Director, Sullivan Mackintosh, and sponsorship by Maureen Higgins and Sakura Ridge.  CCA actively engages youth and families of the Columbia River Gorge in the inspirational world of live Theatre.

CCA began it’s first Teen Apprenticeship Program in 2019. This program aims to provide theatrical training for teens in the Columbia River Gorge. Its purpose is to create a supportive ensemble of skilled, professional teen collaborators who are knowledgeable in a variety of theatrical disciplines and ready to take on leadership roles within CCA Children’s Theatre and other environments.

The year-end marks the completion of an independent theatrical project by each Teen Apprentice. Please join us at CCA on May 18, 2019 at 5pm for Project Presentations and a celebratory reception!

Upcoming Performances:

The 2019 CCA Children’s Theatre Season has concluded and we’re excited to announce the 2020 Season schedule soon! Please check back!

Learn more about CCA Children’s Theatre Program here and more about Sullivan Mackintosh here.

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Check out our CCA Performing Arts 5-Punch Pass!


CCA Children’s Theatre is proudly supported by Bloomfield Foundation, Cyndi & Eric Strid Foundation, Maureen Higgins, Sakura Ridge, Cecelia & Scott Goodnight, Rick & Sydney Blaine, Carrie & Mark Fuentes, Jerry Shapiro, FORD Foundation, Dell Rhodes & Will Bloch, Mike’s Ice Cream, David & Jennifer Harty, David Griffith, Carolann & Peyton Storli Foundation, Kate Mills, Mike & Beverly Persons, Angela & Michael Schock, and Beth Lyons, along with:

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