SIX Huddersfield area arts groups share £101,679 in grants from Arts Council England.
They are among 59 projects in Yorkshire sharing £921,588.
The money comes from the National Lottery and the Government.
Andy Carver, executive director of Arts Council England in Yorkshire, said: "It would be difficult to imagine life in this region without the wealth of activity supported by grants for the arts.
"The grants help artists realise their potential and bring enjoyment of the arts to a much wider audience."
Marsden-based Mikron Theatre Company has received the biggest grant, £79,121.
The company, which travels to its performances on canal narrowboats, will use the money to develop its productions over the next three years.
This work includes developing more youth and community theatre groups, writing and touring new material and improving its administration.
The group will also employ a part-time development worker to complete these projects and promote the company.
Underground house music record label Hudd Traxx has received £2,500 to help cover its costs at the Winter Music Conference in Miami, Florida, which took place last month. This was a major event in the dance music industry and allowed the label to show its releases and meet professional artists.
The Creative Industries Development Agency, based at The Media Centre on Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, has received £1,800 to train one of its staff in project management skills.
The member will help creative organisations and individuals towards success.
Proper Job Theatre Projects, based at Byram Arcade in Huddersfield, has received £12,211 to take a new performance on tour around schools in West and South Yorkshire.
They will perform Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and will use the play to cover issues of sexual and mental health with young people.
Suga Brown Creative Arts, based at The Media Centre, has received £1,997. his will be spent on training staff to do professional fundraising.
Theatre company Full Body And The Voice has been given £4,050.
The company, based at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield, will use the cash to pay for acting skills workshops for its learning disabled and non-disabled actors.
These will take place in conjunction with Hull Truck Theatre Company.