Our Spring Youth Theatre Classes will be starting in January! These classes are for ages 3 (potty trained) all the way through 12th grade!!
This is a wonderful opportunity for your children to learn the basics of theatre!
If you have any questions you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, message us on Facebook or call our box office at 712-233-2719 Tuesday - Friday from 1PM - 5PM if you have any questions
Click the button below to sign your child up for classes now! As a notice a form must be submitted for each individual child.
MacKenzie Daniels is thrilled to return to the Sioux City Community Theatre as the new Youth Theatre Executive Director. Having grown up in Sioux City, MacKenzie loves the Siouxland area and has a passion to invest all she can back into it! She’s had 20 years of formal dance and performance training in various styles. She has trained or performed in Walt Disney World, London, New York City, Chicago, and has taken classes and workshops from master teachers from all over the world.
MacKenzie also has a passion for working with children and has experience in developing and building youth programs from the ground up including preschool, before and after school programs, summer camps for over 300 kids, dance programs, specialty camps, and more.
MacKenzie’s teaching experience includes instructing performance classes for 12+ years, teaching Kindergarten through the Mary Treglia House, substitute teaching in the Sioux City Community School District, and leading an American Heritage Girls troop through a local church.
Her performance credits include leading roles in La Fille Mal Gardee, the Nutcracker, Cinderella, and supporting roles in Cats, Coppelia, Mary Poppins, Bye Bye Birdie, and many more. She has choreographed for many productions over the years and won awards for best choreography, including Beauty and the Beast and Mary Poppins.
MacKenzie received her associates from Western Iowa Tech and her two bachelor’s degrees from Morningside College in Arts Administration Dance Management and English Education.
As a mom of two littles under 3 years old, she has been itching to get back into the performance world and can’t wait to bring her passion and ideas to the Youth Theatre Program.
Fun fact, MacKenzie loves the Sioux City Community Theatre so much, she was even married on its stage in 2017.
Hi, I’m Ally! I have been doing theatre for 16 years and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. My career is in Early Childhood and being able to bring my passion and career together has been such a joy for me. I have been teaching our littlest thespians since 2019. We focus on learning simple theatre skills like being quiet backstage, not touching other's props, projection, acting out our emotions, etc through games, songs, and dance. I can’t wait to meet our new little thespians and help them grow a love and passion for theatre.
Hi my name is Anna and I’ve been doing theatre for over 15 years and have loved every minute! I’m currently working my way through college as a substitute teacher and am so excited to be able to teach one of my passions! I look forward to working with our older students on the finer nuances of theatre and all the planning that goes into directing and acting in a performance as they learn to do it for themselves with guidance. When not on or back stage I enjoy watching movies, playing board games, and reading!
Noah Rubida is a bass whose passion is enriching the lives of all with music, as well making the music we make be of the highest quality possible. With special emphasis in classical singing, as well as modern music, Noah believes in teaching music of many varieties and of many backgrounds in order to provide the most well-rounded musical education.
Born and raised in Sioux City, Noah was heavily involved in the East High music program, before going on to study music at both the University of South Dakota and later at Morningside University, until finally returning to assistant direct show choir at East High School in Sioux City.
In addition to his studies, Noah performs frequently in full-length productions; including plays, musicals, and operas around the Sioux City area and beyond. He's performed most recently with the Sioux City Municipal band, as well as The Morningside University Symohonic Chorus, and will continue to routinely perform in the future.