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Fulton Academy of Theatre Winter 2020 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 ›

Sing and Act Out! - SOLD OUT  

Ages 3-5

Saturdays, February 1-March 14, 10AM-10:45AM


Students use their bodies, voices, imaginations, and develop their cooperation skills, to explore stories and take imaginary journeys. All sessions include music, dance and visual art with an emphasis on dramatic play! Get ready to see these young learners singing songs and putting on their own plays for you at home! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **

Acting Adventures - SOLD OUT  

Ages 4-6

Saturdays, February 1-March 14, 11AM-11:45AM


Early learner’s imaginations will soar as they engage in dramatic play diving into stories filled with adventure! Children will learn to use the tools of an actor to become many characters, transforming their voices and bodies and using cooperation to explore stories. Students will also practice their early literacy skills as they examine a story’s setting, sequence story events, and even problem solve to change the story outcomes! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **

Musical Theatre - SOLD OUT   

Grades 2-5

Saturdays, February 1-March 14, 12PM-1PM


Students will create scenes and musical numbers while developing strong physical characters and staging stories as an ensemble. Young actors will engage in various Broadway singing styles, scenes, and dance techniques throughout this fun-filled class! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **

Improvisation Workshop - SOLD OUT  

Grades 3-6

Saturdays, February 1-March 14, 10:15AM-11:30AM


Flex those improvisation muscles in this fun and energetic course! Students will take on the roles of actors, writers, and the audience as they build confidence and communication skills while creating strong characters. Improv is a great confidence builder in addition to being a lot of fun! **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **

Audition Workshop  

Grades 6-12

Saturdays, February 1-March 14, 10:30AM-11:45AM


When it comes to auditioning, the more prepared you are the better! Let’s face it, auditioning is not easy! This class is designed to assist the student in developing strong ability to deliver text as a song. Emphasis is on the combination of acting and singing skills to make a well-rounded performance. This class will strengthen vocal technique, expand song repertoire, reduce singing anxiety, and prepare musical theatre audition material. **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **

Advanced Scene Study  

Grades 6-12

Saturdays, February 1-March 14, 12PM-1:30PM


Teens will dive into the Actor’s process, analyzing and creating characters while working with contrasting comedic and dramatic scenes. Students will learn how to use their bodies and voices to build strong and believable characters and relationships with fellow actors. **Classes held at Lancaster Public Library **

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.