Photos: Bella Photography
Roustabout's Apprentice Program
Roustabout highlights the talents of the county’s most extraordinary student performers ages 11 - 20 through its professionally produced productions and unique, ongoing series of Master Classes with Tony Award-winning composers, Broadway actors and nationally recognized Casting Directors.
"White Christmas" Dec. 16 - 18
A lovely early autumn night in Santa Rosa, with the amazingly talented kids from the
Roustabout Theater Apprentice Program finishing the evening...Thanks to Clark Lewis and Bill Davis and the whole Roustabout family for having us back; it is always a joy to come sing with you all.
Jason Robert Brown, 3-time Tony Award winner
The material shined ... it really came through .. it came across perfectly, it was really great, and it's a hard thing to do .. your director did a magnificent job.
Mario Cantone, Broadway/Film/TV actor; comedian
"Working with the Roustabout Apprentice students was a complete joy! They came in prepared and ready to work. They brought a level of enthusiasm to the performance and were completely professional! It was exciting to hear them sing...they were all so talented!"
Mary-Mitchell Campbell, Broadway Music Director for Kristen Chenoweth
Apprentice Program Video Intro
or to mail a Donation:
P.O.Box 7624, Santa Rosa, CA 95407
Roustabout Theater is the longest running Resident Theater Company of the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts and our award-winning Apprentice Program is one of the leading theatrical training and performance programs in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Our Apprentices have performed with
Tony and Emmy Award-winner,
and three-time Tony Award winner composer/lyricst
Jason Robert Brown
We Provide a Creative home for the best theater performers from around the Bay Area, and Offer Unparalleled Training for young performers through classes and Master Classes led by top theater professionals from around the country.
Previous Master Class instructors have included three-time Tony Award winning composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown; Tony-nominated composer/lyricist Andrew Lippa; Obie-winning playwright and Broadway actor, Martin Moran; Tony winner Laura Benanti, Tony nominee Joshua Henry; Eugenie Chan, playwright in residence at New Dramatists; and Broadway actor, Jerry Dixon.