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Fulton Academy of Theatre Fall 2019 Classes

Adventure awaits for the student who is just starting their artistic journey, or the student who is well on their way. The Fulton Theatre is your home for professional theatre training in Lancaster. Academy Home Page ›

Discovery Theatre  

Ages 3-5

Saturdays, October 19-December 7, 10AM-10:45AM


Imaginations will soar as young learners engage in dramatic play, diving into stories filled with adventure! Children will learn stories from around the world and journey to these settings using their actor’s tools to become the characters in these magical places. **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **NO CLASS 11/30**

It’s Showtime! *SOLD OUT*  

Ages 4-6

Saturdays, October 19-December 7, 11AM-11:45AM


Young learners will experience all it takes to put on a show! Students will be inspired by all of the artists involved in the theatre as they explore costumes and props, create set designs, and learn songs and dances from Broadway shows. **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **NO CLASS 11/30**

Broadway Bound  

Grades 2-5

Saturdays, October 19-December 7, 12PM-1PM


Elementary students will be singing, acting, and dancing their way through Broadway show tunes! Young Actors will develop characters while engaging in various singing styles and dance techniques. Students will work together to hone their ensemble skills and build confidence on the stage and beyond. **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **NO CLASS 11/30**

Building Rome  

Grades 3-6

Saturdays, October 19-December 7, 10:15AM-11:30AM


If you love to work hands-on and see yourself in multiple roles, this class is for you! Join teaching artist Peter Reeves as we tackle a subject, create a character, or improvise with wild abandon each session. The class is split into actors, directors, designers, and writers, trading places every week. We build all parts of a play and perform the work to its conclusion on the spot. Even Rome wasn’t built in a day. But our class is! Life is short. Build stuff that matters. *If you took Building Rome before, come join us again! If you are new to the course, welcome! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **NO CLASS 11/30**

Triple Threat  

Grades 6-12

Saturdays, October 19-December 7, 10:30AM-11:45AM


A triple threat performer is the whole package, someone who can sing, act, and dance! Teens interested in musical theatre will gain a depth of knowledge as they dissect scenes, master dance routines, develop musicianship and solo/ensemble vocal skills. This class is an excellent way to prepare young actors for school productions and professional theatre auditions! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **NO CLASS 11/30**

Improvisation Workshop  

Grades 6-12

Saturdays, October 19-December 7, 12PM-1:30PM


Learn the basic rules of the game as you hone acting skills like active listening and spontaneity, and better understand character, circumstance, time, place, emotion and action. Make yourself and your scene partner look great and say "yes!" to actions and characters introduced into a scene. Improv is a great confidence builder in addition to being a lot of fun! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library ** NO CLASS 11/30**

Academy Programs

Early Childhood

Young children (ages 3-6) explore dramatic play through storytelling, music, dance/movement, and puppetry. The Early Childhood Program develops creativity, social and emotional skills, and problem-solving techniques.

Elementary School

Elementary aged youth explore the many components of the performing arts. Students hone their skills focusing on their Actor's Tools: Body, Voice, Imagination, and Ensemble Cooperation.

Teen Conservatory

Teens will sharpen their skills for strong performance techniques and learn a depth of knowledge for theatre production. Students will discover the artist within through intensive exercises in acting voice, physical movement/dance and ensemble development.

Adult Program

Classes or workshops offered at various times throughout the year.

Please fill out the student form and read the policy statement after you have registered for class.