Poison Apple Productions
Theatre is Our Tradition
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Apple Teens ages 11-18




Directed and Choreographed by Noelle Arms
Assisted by Stephanie Carson and Brittany Finley
Stage Manager Ryan Stankovich
Music Direction by Caleb Phair

This is a two part performance commitment - part 1 is the show, part 2 is JTF. Participants are required to commit to both parts.

Participation Fees: $1350
($550 for show participation and $800 for JTF) 

Auditions: Saturday September 7 10am-2 pm
Sunday September 8 1pm-4 pm 

Callbacks: September 9, 10, 11 6-9 pm

Rehearsals: Beginning Sundays in September:
Sundays 3-7pm
Monday’s 6:00pm-9:00pm

Performances at the Poison Apple Playhouse: December 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28.

JTF Rehearsals (mandatory and required for all - plan/audition accordingly): Sunday’s 3-7pm January 12, 19, 26, February 2.

Potential Additional JTF Rehearsals:
Monday’s January 6, 13, 20, 27, February 3 6-9pm
Saturday/Sunday February 1 and 2 12pm-4pm.

Junior Theater Festival: February 7, 8, 9 2020 in Sacramento California. 

“The Junior Theater Festival is the best experience any actor could hope to take part in. From the moment you arrive, you are surrounded by hundreds of others who share the same passion and dedication to performing as you do. Throughout the weekend, the memories you make, and the people you meet, will stay with you forever. The festival, while being fun, also teaches many valuable lessons such as how to love, how to listen, and how to look at everyone through the same eyes. The Junior Theater Festival is and will always be my favortie memory and I cherish the moments I made there.”
— Dawson, Participant

“What's the Junior Theater Festival?" Watch the short video below to find out!

Poster Design by Abe Vibat.

Poster Design by Abe Vibat.

Together as artists, instructors, staff, and parents we became more than our roles. We became one mind, one body, one soul. We had Kind Hearts, Fierce Minds, and Brave Spirits. The stage, the people, the education was inspirational. An experience never forgotten.
— Temika, Parent and Volunteer
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About the Apple Teens Director

Noelle Arms has appeared onstage since the age of five. She received her B.A. in Theater from Chapman University, and holds a Master of Arts in Drama from San Francisco State University. She is the founder and proud Artistic Director for Poison Apple Productions. She studied at the Eugene O’Neill National Theater Institute, and abroad in London with Complicite and the Royal Shakespeare Company. She is an award winning published playwright, and recognized as “Outstanding Stage Manager” at the Kennedy Center of American College Theater Festival. No stranger to the Theatre Community in the Bay Area, she is an award winning director/choreographer and has written/directed over 20 original works.  She is a proud recipient of the “June Harmon-Frisbie Award” through the Soroptimist International of Diablo Vista for her community contributions. Noelle is thrilled to be one of eight Theatre Educators most recently awarded “The Freddie G Award” in 2019. 


Mulan JR performers honored with Outstanding Production Award in 2019!

The highest honor awarded to an ensemble troupe at The Junior Theater Festival.

Attending JTF last year with my son was a fabulous experience! My son loved being surrounded by so many kids that shared the same passion for theater as he did and this experience allowed him to bond more closely with his [Poison Apple Teens] troupe. It was a great opportunity to see him in his element. The kids have a fabulous time connecting with each other and those around them and learning from professionals in the field. Poison Apple made it a truly a wonderful and enriching experience for everyone involved!
— Sandra, Parent
Apple Teens Fiddler on the Roof JR Awarded Outstanding Production at the Junior Theater Festival West 2017

Apple Teens Fiddler on the Roof JR Awarded Outstanding Production at the Junior Theater Festival West 2017