About
Christian Arts & Theatre

Christian Arts & Theatre of Corona (CAT) is an after-school theater and arts educational program for students ages 4-18. CAT is committed to building up kids through excellence in the arts as well as modeling for them the highest morals we hold from our traditional Biblical values. All CAT Instructors are qualified professionals, who give the children valuable skills in every aspect of creative arts, while holding true to our fundamental goals.

CAT is a non-profit 501(C)(3) corporation EIN #45-0509904

A Message from 
our Artistic Director

During the course of a production at CAT of Corona, the members of the audience will be witnesses to a miracle: Watching children, some who have absolutely no theater experience, blossom before our eyes into confident performers. Here at CAT of Corona, we are helping children experience this for themselves. CAT benefits our community by providing arts and culture to families in the Inland Empire through high quality, wholesome musicals. We are an unparalleled youth theater program that builds self-discipline and self-confidence while teaching a love for the arts. We fill a tremendous need, especially since the arts have virtually disappeared from school budgets. I welcome all families in our community to join us. We are in the business of truly building character in our kids!

How Our Program Works

CAT offers various programs and classes for children as an after-school activity throughout the year. We hold two, fifteen-week sessions: Fall (August-December) and Spring (January-May). During those sessions, we hold a range of classes Monday-Thursday, from acting, singing, and dance to other speciality performing arts classes. After-School classes are held between the hours of 3:30pm and 7:30pm. Classes meet for 1 hour weekly. Enrolled students have the opportunity to audition for that season's Main Stage production(s) performed at the Corona Civic Center Theater.

Theater Arts Classes
Main Stage Productions
Community
Summer Day Camp
Awards and Recognition
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