Message from the cast

Thank you to everyone who came out to support these young actors, who put their amazing hearts, spirits, and energy into each production!

Thank you to director Bob Rumsby, to Barbara, and Audrey Rumsby for all that they do, to combat choreographers Chris Langland and John Heberling, and to all the families for the tremendous work they do.

Very special thank you to our sponsors:

Whole Foods Blossom Hill
Los Gatos Pizza
Vivace Youth Chorus of San Jose
Top Nosh Cafe
Barefoot Coffee
California Fencing Academy
Kool Kids Couture
Links Through Learning
Lisa’s Tea Treasures
Noah’s Bagels, Willow Glen
San Jose Department of Parks and Recreation

We greatly appreciate your support!


A Successful Run

Congratulations to the troupe for maintaining energy through six performances over five days, each show lasting three and a half hours!

Thanks to attendees, families, and sponsors!

Honors to Bob Rumsby for investing himself and inspiring great performances.


Final Performance Today!

Today’s final performance is Sold Out online. We do make room for a baker’s dozen of at-the-door ticket sales. I hope you are at the door now to get your place (2:15pm for the 3:00pm show)!

Thank you for your support. This has been an excellent production work by our youth, the Director (Bob Rumsby), the Combat Choreographer and Lighting lead (Chris Langland), costumers, hair and make-up, all the family support. Tremendous amount of time and devotion.


Opening Night

Opening night May 1 was a great success!
Four more days and five more performances Thursday through Sunday

Join us as we kick off our 10th anniversary season with a stirring production of Shakespeare’s beloved tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. This story of feuding families and young love permeates our popular culture, but have you seen Shakespeare’s original version? Come experience Romeo and Juliet as it was meant to be: performed live, “as it hath been often (with great applause) plaid publiquely.” Our young company’s rendition of this classic work emphasizes the youth of the protagonists. Romeo, Juliet, and several supporting roles are played by boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 16, while some of our older members play their parents, the Prince, Mercutio, and Tybalt. Sword and buckler and rapier and dagger fights are featured in the play, and a happy band of servants provides some comic relief. At the Historic Hoover Theatre May 1-5.