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Use your outside voice … inside. Explore your love of music as you follow a path to mastery in Voice in a program designed especially for developing young voices. Through Broadway and Disney vocal selections, you'll be introduced to vocal technique, music theory and solfeggio in a warm, nurturing environment that emphasizes the fun and joy of learning. As you prepare for our spring Vocal concert, you'll gain the confidence and self-awareness to let your own beautiful Voice ring out. Voice (New Students, Ages 7 through High School) Class placement

CTA is awarded PA Theater Guide Best of 2015 Reader’s Choice Award, Best Theater Education Program for Young Artists! Best Theatre Education Program for Young Artists: Center for Theater Arts CTA, with a faculty that proudly has over 26 University trained arts educators and artists, has been proudly changing lives through arts education for over 35 years, including those with special needs. CTA offers a fun, creative, challenging and exciting curriculum that explores expectation, investment, personal accountability and process. The winner of the PA Theater Guide’s Best of 2015 Reader’s Choice Award for Best

Above is our 2019 Gala Sponsors - Oh what a night! Please consider Joining our incredible CAST on March 7, 2020, as we host our annual “Reach for a Star” Gala.  I am so proud to say that for 39 years The Center for Theater Arts has been changing the lives of children in our region, through the power of performing arts education. Imagine a place to SHINE, a place to be YOURSELF, a place to find your VOICE, develop your STYLE, and REACH for the STARS!!! All funds raised at the Reach

"Kinky Boots" superstar Billy Porter thanks CTA for his start When Kinky Boots superstar and Tony Award winner Billy Porter played Pittsburgh last summer, many of his friends from The Center for Theater Arts (CTA), now in their 40s, were in the audience recalling his days at The Center, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary. Porter traveled from Pittsburgh’s East End for classes via public transit and caught rides home with the parents of current Center Executive Director Billy Hartung. Porter humbly expressed his thanks for the training