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Young Actors Krew (aka 'YAK')

Mountain Page Theater is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to inspire, challenge and promote artists and art in our community. We are dedicated to offering everyone the full theater experience creating a special place for them to learn and thrive in the arts. The YAK after-school program has a curriculum for education in the performing arts that is ongoing whether in the process rehearsing a play or not. This program is made possible by our reputation and the qualifications of our leadership. MPT is dedicated to our mission to ensure this opportunity for the children of our community. 

Would you like to learn more about Musical Theater? Take a look at this informative booklet:

A Parent's Guide To The Magic of Musical Theater

This booklet is designed to provide you with information to assist your child

with the entire process – from auditions through closing night. It’s also an

overview of the process of producing a musical and suggests ways in which

you can get involved. Most importantly, it’s an opportunity for you and

your child to share some quality time together on an activity that is fun and

inspires the imagination.


After School Program

Every Thursday Saluda Elementary brings the children on the bus to the after-school YAK program.


Year-round Productions

We are currently running about 3 productions a year, and hope to do more! 



Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Jr.

Registration is open

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Register right here starting March 1st! 

                                         Join Mountain Page Theater for YAK Summer Camp 2024!


At our camp we facilitate creative experiences for our YAK youth (Young Actors Krew) to connect with one another, express themselves and stretch their imaginations. The YAK summer camp will engage students as actors and designers in developmentally appropriate ways.


In this summer’s six week camp, youth ages 5-17 will explore, create, and collaborate all through the wonderful lens of theatre. Our summer show will be a 1 hour Jr. production and the children will be responsible for everything from designing sets, sound and lighting systems, acting, choreography, teaching and more, depending on their interests and skills. Camp will end with 2 public, matinee shows on Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14. 


Camp will run for 6 weeks from June 4th - July 14th 3 Days a week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Children ages 5 - 17 are eligible for summer camp. Camp hours are 9am-12pm unless otherwise noted. Registrations are on a first come, first served basis and the cost of camp is a one-time $100 registration fee which is due upon registration. 

Camp Schedule Preview:

Other Details:

WEEK 1 (June 4, 5, 6)

    Orientation, Audition Practice, Auditions, Assignments, Show Read-Through 


WEEK 2 (June 11, 12, 13)

    Music Rehearsals, Blocking, Set Design and AV Tutorials


WEEK 3 (June 18, 19, 20)

    Choreography, Scene Work, Set Construction


WEEK 4 (June 25, 26, 27)

    Run Show


WEEK 5 (July 2, 3) * No camp July 4th *    

    Run Show 


WEEK 6 (July 8, 10, 11) 

    Tech Week

    * Camp on the 11th will run 9 - 3. At 2:00 we will have a friends and family show.



July 13 2:30 - Arrive at 1:00

July 14 2:30 - Arrive at 1:00

Summer Holidays:

MPT is closed on July 4th for Independence Day. Camp will run only 2 days that week. 


Summer Camp Capacity: 

We have roles for 30 children in the play and will need another 5-10 as Stage Krew, AV Techs, Apprentices, etc. The suggested/hoped for number of students for each age group for 2024:

  • Group 1 (age 5-6): 10 students

  • Group 2 (age 7-9): 12 students

  • Group 3 (age 10-13): 12 students

  • Group 4 (age 14-17): 5 students



Cost of camp is a one-time $100 registration fee and is due upon registration. This helps pay for snacks, costumes, sets, the licensing for the show, and more.


Registration closes for camp when the camp is at capacity or one week prior to the camp start date.


Registration cancellation and refund policy: the $100 deposit is nonrefundable if you cancel after May 15th.

Accessibility and Inclusion: 

Mountain Page Theater welcomes students of all races, religions, genders, disabilities and abilities in our education programs. Please note on your registration form any accommodations your student may need. Before camp, MPT education staff will reach out to you directly to learn more about your student’s needs, interests and how to best support their learning. Please note that physical access to some of our camp and class spaces and the stage requires the use of a stair. Please contact us at before registering with any questions or concerns regarding physical access of camp spaces, so we can ensure your student will have an accessible camp space. 


Summer camps will take place indoors and outdoors. Our outdoor spaces will be used for snacks and breaks, choreography, and music practice throughout the camp day. 


The camp will operate at Mountain Page Theater located at 1303 Mountain Page Road, Saluda, NC.

Our Only World

The Mountain Page Theater and Young Actors Krew are thrilled to join the Our Only World cause whose mission is to inspire the next generation’s passion to save the environment. Professional composer, David Smart, has written a beautiful song and the song is being sung and recorded by children around the world. 

Audition Video - Go Go Go Joseph
YAK and the MATSIKO Orphan Choir
Jitterbugs Dance
The Lonely Goatherd
Little Ones First Performance
Comedy Show
Jitterbugs Dance
Jitterbugs Dance
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