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CCA Children’s Theatre Season


The Columbia Arts Center is proud to announce a year-round Children’s Theatre program launched back in September 2017, with the vision of our Acting Artistic Director, Sullivan Mackintosh, sponsored by Maureen Higgins & Sakura Ridge. In our second season, we will produce three, unique children’s plays. Our hope is to actively engage youth and families of the Gorge in the vibrant, inspirational world of live Theatre.

2018-19 Theatre Season

  • September 2018: Go, Dog, Go directed by Sullivan Mackintosh, written by  P. D. Eastman
  • December 2018: Charlie Brown Christmas directed by Sullivan Mackintosh, by Charles M. Schulz, based on the TV special by Bill Melendez and Lee Mendelson, Stage Adaptation by Eric Schaeffer
  • March 2019: Big Smoke directed by Sullivan Mackintosh, by Finegan Kruckemeyer

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

CLICK HERE FOR VOLUNTEER INFO


See all of our Children’s Theatre plays with a CCA Performing Arts 5-Punch Pass


Please note that, due to the intimate nature of the CCA Theatre, we typically do not offer late seating. Any modifications to late seating or age restrictions on specific performances are at the discretion of the play director, and will be communicated on the website and by CCA volunteers at the event. Thank you for your understanding.


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, Cast of The Little Prince, 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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