We're taking "Hey, Li'l Red!" to the silver screen!

We hope you will want to join us as we take our original one act musical from page to screen! It's all NEW to us and to you- and we will learn together along the way! To participate in this new adventure you will need- Internet access A google account A phone with good quality video capability A space you can video with good lighting and quiet when needed. Time to rehearse with us via ZOOM or Google Hangouts. Time to rehearse and learn your lines on your own. "​ CLICK HERE to access Character Descriptions, Line Readings and Video Audition "How To" instructions. CLICK HERE for online audition registration. CLICK HERE to submit your completed audition video.

We're still cookin'- with Reggie!

Canfield Schools know her as "Nurse Reggie" and Youngstown knows her as "Chef Reggie" with her Friday cooking segments with Glen Stevens over the years. But to us- Reggie's a Stage Left friend who shares her acting talents with us whenever she can and offers behind the scenes support ALWAYS! So we welcome Reggie as a Covid Quarantine Cooking Master and appreciate her NO BAKE Peanut Butter Bar Goodness!

Mama B's Famous Sugar Cookies!

The next episode of our cooking class is a family endeavor as Virginia, Jackson, Izzie, Emma, & Nick make Springtime sugar cookies! So cook up something sweet and share some smiles with your loved ones.

Covid Quarantine Cooking with Paige!

Whoa! Paige makes cooking fun with the family while stuck at home. That's some awesome Banana Cinnamon Swirl Bread we all gotta try! See the video below for the accurate and detailed cooking video!

Covid Quarantine Cooking with DJ!

Enjoy the next in Stage Left's Quarantine Cooking video with DJ DePanicis! DJ cooks as an amazing guitar man in the Stage Left orchestra pit. He also cooks on stage as Darrell in our holiday original, "Christmas at Mamaw Jo's Stop-n-go!" In his quarantined kitchen,

Make your NO SEW PPE Mask with Kandy

High Demand for PPE Face masks was causing artistic director/costumer feeling overwhelmed to meet the need- even with her heroic army of helpers. So Kandy asked, "How could non-sewing, quarantined people make their own masks out of what they have readily available- at little or no cost?" Here's a link to the printable PDF instructions. This "Beautiful Question" led her to this simple solution. Kandy says, "Make your own mask with your own t-shirt! And make improvements to the model I created. We are all in this together!" (BIG Kids with sharp scissor skills can do this!) Kandy used a Stage Left Youth Players t-shirt from "Eureka- the musical that celebrates brain power" to create the mask. H

Ice Cream with the Looman Kids!

These Stage Left Youth Players are connecting with their community through some creativity in the kitchen! Risa and Adam share their "vanilla ice cream hack" with everyone and ask us to try it at home, and then leave comments on how it turned out.