Center For Puppetry Arts
404 Spring Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Before we get into where you kids can learn how to act, you may first want to enjoy show just for them. That’s where the Center For Puppetry Arts comes in. In addition to shows a wide variety of performances, the kids can explore the vast collection of puppets from around the world.
Cobb Children’s Theatre
548 S. Marietta Pkwy
Marietta, Ga 30060
Cobb Children’s Theatre has been in business since 1978. The not-for-profit group is committed to promoting and staging theatre by young people, all the while educating the participants in the craft. They emphasize that they do not view themselves as a springboard to stardom but instead are focused on providing children with a creative outlet as they go through the struggles of maturing. More than 3,000 kids have been impacted by their programs.
Atlanta Children’s Theatre Company
3277 Roswell Rd, Ste. 506
Atlanta, GA 30305
Offering a variety of camp programs and coaching, your future movie star can try to get started here. They offer after-school, preschool, summer camp and workshop programs. They can cost a bit – several hundred dollars depending on the program. They mount performances which run for about a month. Their motto is “where every kid is a star!” Perhaps yours can get their start here too.