We are a not-for-profit regional community theater located in Central Palm Beach County. We present a variety of theatrical productions including children’s show (through our Young Arts Conservatory), family oriented and adult plays and musicals. We are excited to be part of the arts community in Palm Beach County and look forward to sharing this exciting journey with you. We have a lot of exciting things coming up so make sure to check back often for updates.
Company Manager, YAC Director
Sean Gogan is currently perusing his dream working at the Walt Disney World Company And Seaworld Parks And Entertainment In Orlando. He Keeps very busy working remotely and traveling back and forth to run the theater. This young actor graduated from Palm Beach Central High School. Sean has been an active performer in the arts since he was of the age of ten years old, since high school he has been cast in several Community Theater Productions around South Florida working and training hands on with multiple different directors. A few of his most recent credits include in YOU’RE A GOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN As Linus/ US, THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE As Leaf Coney Bear, GLORY DAYS As Will, TARZAN THE MUSICAL as Tarzan, SHREK THE MUSICAL As Donkey, MARY POPPINS As Bert, THE ADDAMS FAMILY As Lucas and OLIVER THE MUSICAL as Bill Sykes. He also Played Jonathan in TICK…TICK…BOOM, Claude in HAIR, Bad Idea Bear in AVENUE Q, Sgt. Fogarty/ Harrison In CHICAGO and Rolf in THE SOUND OF MUSIC. His Directing Credits Include: “Not-So-Grimm Tales”, “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs The Musical”, “The Cat In The Hat” And “The Little Mermaid Jr.”. This young artist is also a Set Designer. Show Credits Include: Mary Poppins, Shrek, Shrek jr., It Had To Be You, The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare, Tick Tick Boom, DreamGirls, High School Musical Jr., Thoroughly Modern Millie, Godspell Jr., The Cat In The Hat And The Little Mermaid jr. Something Sean looks forward to every year is being an adjudicator at district thespian festivals for both the middle school and high school levels.