Welcome to the Yorba Linda Spotlight Theater Company! We are a non profit company with a mission to inspire the young aspiring artists of Orange County with creativity, friendship, and a passion for performing. We offer a wide range of private lessons, group classes, musical theater workshops and large-scale productions. We hope you’ll join us!
SPRING 2020 – Matilda the Musical Audition Date: February 8, 2020 from 9am-12pm Ages: 8-18 years old ***Audition appointments will be available in January. Please check back.*** Please prepare a 32-bar or one minute song in the style of your choice. An accompanist will be provided or a piano/karaoke track is also acceptable. Callbacks will… Continue reading Auditions
Important Information: Our Winter Session is now open for enrollment. This session runs the week of January 13th thru the week of March 30th. Our classes are billed in 12-week sessions. By signing up for a class session you are committing to the full 12 weeks of that session. A MODERN DAY MUSICAL (Annie Pfost) Utilizing… Continue reading Classes
Thank you for making us a Most-Loved Business on Hulafrog! We love being a part of your lives and providing performing arts education and opportunities here in Orange County. To learn more about our group programs, please visit our pages for Classes and Auditions. If you are interested in private instruction, click on our Lessons… Continue reading Most Loved Acting Studio
“Spotlight has helped me grow as a performer exponentially. When I was younger, watching the older kids at every rehearsal was like a masterclass. Since then, I’ve learned to always be open to new ideas and never stop growing. Spotlight also taught me how to conduct myself in a professional manner in any situation.”
“Spotlight has helped me grow as a performer in so many ways. I’ve been challenged with a lot of roles that have pushed me vocally to work on expanding my range, both higher and lower. I also started off in musical theatre with two left feet, and I have Spotlight to thank for helping me become a better dancer.”