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Buena Park Youth Theater

June 16th, 2016

Buena Park is one of the most beautiful places in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, made all the more beautiful by the strong community within its borders. This community has grown around people genuinely caring for each other. You can see this in the institutions that have grown in Buena Park out of this care, institutions such as the Buena Park Youth Theater.

The Buena Park Youth Theater was established in 1980 by Ruth Walp after budget cuts severely limited what public schools could provide to children, especially in regard to extracurricular activities such as drama. The theater has been performing professional-quality musicals since its founding, musicals that show off the brightest talents of Buena Park’s youth.

This year’s summer production is Beauty and the Beast! Come on out to the Buena Park Youth Theater any day this weekend or next for a tale as old as time portrayed by Buena Park’s youngest actors! Shows are held at the Buena Park High School Performing Arts Complex Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm, as well as Saturday and Sunday matinee shows at 2:30 pm. Tickets are $10, with a $2 discount for seniors and children 12 and under.

There’s always something to do in Buena Park for the whole family, but especially for kids. A community that truly cares about its children, Buena Park invests in kids through programs such as the youth theater at every opportunity.
For ticketing and more information on the Beauty and the Beast show, or to learn more about the history and traditions of the Buena Park Youth Theatre, visit:

With such a focus on family and an investment in children, along with such a variety of fun things to do at any time, Buena Park is one of the best places for a family looking to move to the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Aldea Walk is the perfect community within Buena Park for the modern family. “Aldea” in Spanish actually means little village, which is exactly what Aldea Park is, a little village nestled into the larger city. If you’re looking to move to the greater Los Angeles area, take the time to visit Aldea Walk and see why it’s such a lovely place to live: