Saddle River Youth Theatre - at Highlands Regional Playhouse 201-825-8805 srytheatre@aol.com
Click HERE for SUMMER PERFORMANCE CAMP INFORMATION!
 
 
"CLUE" THE MUSICAL -
Presented By The SRYT Teen
Repertory:
Friday, April 27th-Sunday, April 29th
Musical Mystery For Ages 8 and Up Based
On The Parker Bros. Board Game. The
audience plays along with the actors
trying to solve the who, where and how
of Mr. Boddy's demise! 90 Minutes
Tickets: $14 Public, $12 Members
Box Office: 201-825-8805
or srytheatre@aol.com for showtimes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
NEW! SRYT STORE ~ New items!
 
   
 
 
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special offers, important reminders (such as snow
closings) and show and program updates from our Website and Facebook pages,
please use your cell phone or mobile device to text the keyword:
 
 
 
SRYT
 
to Short Code: 96362
 
The company we are working with "Text Mars" will direct you to their website where you can
 "opt in" to receive text alerts, offers, updates and reminders--all from Saddle River Youth Theatre!
                     
SRYT NEW AND NOTEWORTHY FALL 2010:
December 1, 2010 ALERT!
Due to the increasing popularity of our Youth Musical Programs,we are highly recommending scheduling ALL of your auditions for the year when you call to schedule time-slots. Please look over our Youth Musical Progam page to choose Youth Musical Programs that best fit your age range and interests and then make a call or email us today:
201-825-8805
We will be requiring a $50 non-refundable audition deposit for New SRYT Members for each Youth Musical Program you schedule an audition for --
for all 2011 programs. Each audition deposit will be
deducted from your tuition on the day of the audition(s).
 
 
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Our 2012 Teen Showchoir will be
performing a showcase of songs from 80's rock classics on
Wednesday, June 27th, 11:30 am at HersheyParks' Milkmen Stage.
The Talentquest Agent cited our troupe as one of the best of their summer season!"
We look forward to next year's competition
and we invite all of our SRYT families to join us in HersheyPark for this wonderful family event.
 
 
Already have an audition for one of our shows? Click on the YOUTH MUSICAL PROGRAM page. here or in our MENU for more information  
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The Saddle River Youth Theatre is located in Highlands
Regional Playhouse (Archer Hall) on the grounds of
Archer United Methodist Church, 37 East Allendale
Avenue & Franklin Turnpike, Allendale, New Jersey, 07401.
To learn more about Archer Church and their events,
please log on to www.archerchurch.org.
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    The Saddle River Youth Theatre (SRYT) has recently been awarded a 2012 Excellence Award from The Bergen County Department Of Parks, Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.
 
     Saddle River Youth Theatre, founded in 1996, has been an integral part of Youth Theatre education and production in Bergen County, N.J., for 17 years now. Our team of dedicated theater professionals has sought to enrich the cultural and artisitic enjoyment of N.J. theater audiences by bringing the Broadway experience to local communities. With over 140 shows to our credit, in addition to countless specialized workshops such as: Auditioning Techniques, Acting For Film, and Shakespeare For Teens--our talented and nurturing staff of teachers share a common goal. Our shared philosophy is to reinforce self-confidence as well as encourage teamwork among cast members and their peers.
 
       By taking part in theater productions, students (Ages 6-18) have an opportunity to participate in full-scale shows in our recently-renovated, 120-seat, air-conditioned Playhouse. Every child gets a part and no part is too small. A vast majority of our younger students have continued to train with us through their teenage years, utilizing the skills they have learned through our classes, shows and overall SRYT experience.
 
     We have recently developed an MENTORING PROGRAM where students, ages 13-17, learn backstage arts such as lighting & sound design, stage design and stage management, which they implement in our very own productions. (see YOUTH MUSICAL PROGRAMS)
 
     Many of our younger casts members aspire to become part of our Teen Repertory. (The Repertory is a program that grew out of our adult community theatre group, The Park Players---originally created to launch the rebirth of the Historic Paramount Theater in Asbury Park, New Jersey in 2007.) These extremely talented actors have also performed here at our own theatre, the Highlands Regional Playhouse located in Allendale.
 
         We invite you to explore our website and learn more about the SRYT theater experience, whether to take part in a specialized acting workshop, or an upcoming,full-scale musical show.
 
Our theater family has grown by leaps and bounds over the past 17 years and we are excited to invite countless more children to join in the SRYT experience. Visit us and learn why the Bergen County Departmentof Cultural & Historic Affairs has deemed Saddle River Youth Theatre, "an outstanding theater education program".
 
                                     Sincerely,
                                    Christopher J. Barker
                                     Executive Director, SRYT, Inc.
 
A FEW WORDS FROM OUR CAST MEMBERS & FAMILIES ABOUT SRYT...
 
"When you hear the audience clap, laugh or cry because of what you are doing it is the best feeling in the world and I don't know what is better than that!"
 
 
"You make a difference in children's lives everyday. Thank you!"
 
"We think the world of SRYT and can't wait until the next show!"
 
 
"This was the best summer I had in a long time with many thanks to you! As I saw my parents faces at the end of the show and I heard how proud they were of me I can only thank you for making this all happen."
 
 
"We have all enjoyed watching the shows so much and sincerely appreciate all of your efforts!"
 
 
Funding for Saddle River Youth Theatre has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, through grant funds administered by the Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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