Theater & Shows in Chino Hills

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Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Spring floors, tumble track, foam pit

Established: 1978

Staff Size: 25?50 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Recommended Age Group: All ages

Pro Tip: Please come 15?20 minutes prior to your first class. Have your child come in form-fitting attire.

13613 12th Street
Chino,
CA
US

All veterans of the entertainment industry, the instructors at Ovation School for the Performing Arts don't believe in just instilling acting, singing, or dancing skills into their students. Instead, they impart all three, turning students of all skill levels into triple threats of stage and screen. Designed for kids and teens aged 5–18, the nonprofit's twice-weekly sessions are divided into 45-minute blocks whose subjects include acting, singing, and dance styles such as hip-hop and tap. Ovation also hosts private lessons focused on voice, piano, and guitar.

1529 W 13th St
Upland,
CA
US

Most Popular Service: Dance instruction

Reservations/Appointments: Optional

Established: 1993

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes

Pro Tip: Please call the studio for dance attire instructions.

860 West Imperial Highway
Brea,
CA
US

Mysterium Theater in La Habra, CA believes in the three 'E's' of life - enrich, entertain and educate. Through live stage productions, they do just that. Many of their productions run the artistic gamut - moving dramas, musical extravaganza and holiday specials. Summers are often filled with acting and dance classes if you've thought of being a thespian or the next Fred Astair. It's also a time when you can see Bill... Bill Shakespeare, that is. The theater houses productions like A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 12th Night and The Tempest, to name a few. Tickets are usually available individually or by the season (if you love the arts and want a discount too).

311 S. Euclid Avenue
La Habra ,
CA
US

The Tony Award–winning musical Evita, by esteemed writers Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, charts the rise of the world's first political celebrity, Argentine first lady Eva Perón. Peppered with familiar personages such as Che Guevara, nail- and toe-biting political maneuvers, and immaculate six-part harmonies, Evita reaches even the iciest heart with the fire of its emotional exuberance. Allow eager eardrums to savor the dulcet tones of the score, headlined by the famous “Don't Cry for Me Argentina.” In the intimate environs of the Lewis Family Playhouse, peepers can pick out every detail of the stage's goings-on, from artfully rendered emotion to the tragic parting of lovelorn curtains for the entirety of the play.

12505 Cultural Center Dr
Rancho Cucamonga,
CA
US

Starting at age four, Michelle Larson dedicated herself to Irish dance, quickly ascending the ranks from regional to world championship-level dancing. But at 21, hungry for a change of pace, she focused her energy on interior design. It didn't take long, however, for the rhythmic patter of soft shoes to lure her back like a siren song, and in 1990 she founded the Painter Larson Academy of Irish Dance. Here, she trains children in Irish dance fundamentals, such as foot placement and timing, before teaching basic dances such as the light jig. Michelle's adult students learn these skills, too, as well as group dances that culminate in a traditional Irish dogpile.

112 East Amerige Avenue
Fullerton,
CA
US