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Children’s Performing Arts, 4941 Long Ave, White Bear Lake, MN 55110

Children’s Performing Arts (“CPA”) is an educational theater that offers classes, camps and workshops for kids and performs a couple shows a year at local theaters.

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Theater Classes for Kids

CPA puts a premium on providing educational programming that caters to various interests and skill levels. Parents can easily find offerings suitable for kids by age on their website. In addition, this age-based structuring ensures that the content and activities are developmentally appropriate, creating a more enjoyable and enriching learning experience for everyone.

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Summer Camps

During the summer school break, CPA offers an array of educational opportunities for aspiring performers, including weekly classes, immersive week-long camps, and single-session workshops. Each program is designed to nurture budding talents and hone existing skills.  CPA is proud that, while some classes may weave in a performance element, the guiding principle remains firmly on the journey, not the destination.

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Kid-Friendly Theater

Each season, CPA produces stage shows featuring local children. Look for a holiday performance and another production in the spring.

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