-Eric T. Marquart
On Summer Camp

"As for the summer Camp program. One word, inspirational. Not only do they perform a theater production but over the time frame of 2 or 5 weeks they are also instructed by other staff members in different theatrical disciplines. They are either teachers or performers in the skills of vocals, dance / movement, voice presence on stage, Improv and Clowning to name several. The cost of the programs when broken down are only a few dollars a day, I guarantee you  could not find any program that is a better value and that your child will get in return, so many life skills that it can only make you a very proud parent."                                               

-parent of CVDAA student

Chris Hixon is the Drama teacher at Canyon Middle School. Before he decided to become a teacher he worked professionally as an actor for 15 years, in Pittsburgh, Detroit, Stockton, Seattle, San Diego, and Oregon. He has written, directed, and acted in his own production company along with his wife. He has been involved with CVDAA for 4 years.

Sponsored with thanks by 

Alameda Arts council

Amelda arts

Contact Details

Michael Lushington, President,
Castro Valley Dramatic Arts Academy

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Equal Opportunity Organization:

Castro Valley Dramatic Arts Academy is an equal opportunity institution with respect to both education and employment. CVDAA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or handicap in admission, or access to, or employment in, its programs and activities as required by federal (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations.

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