The Fine Arts Center Theatre Company offers innovative and comprehensive professional theatre training programs for students ages 5-adult. Musical theatre, design, acting, play analysis, dancing, stand-up comedy, and the collaborative process are just a sampling of the rich curriculum offered by our award-winning professional staff of instructors. We believe that the development of theatrical skills is a life-long journey and welcome students to become part of the FAC family as they pursue further training in the arts.
June 6–10 (1 week), 9–11 a.m. OR 1–3 p.m.
It’s once again time to raise the curtain on our youngest performers! Students will explore the magical world of theatre through games, rehearsals, and collaboration. Interactive instruction will have students dancing, acting, crafting and much more!
Creating Characters: June 13–24 (2-week session) 12:45–4 p.m.
Register for Creating Characters$250 ($225 FAC members)
The fundamentals of acting will be explored in this fun and collaborative class. Learn how to develop characters, tell a story, and work with others through theatre games and scripted text. Emerging artists will love this natural extension of their previous theatrical endeavors. This session will culminate with a showcase during the final class.
Musical Theatre Madness: June 13–24 (2-week session) 9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Register for Musical Theatre Madness$250 ($225 FAC members)
Who doesn’t love a musical filled with exuberant dancing, rich singing, and focused acting? Join us for our musical theatre intensive for emerging artists designed to take triple threats to the next level. This session will culminate with a staged performance in the afternoon after the final class session.
Best of Both Worlds: June 13–24 (2-week session) 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Register for Best of Both Worlds$375 ($350 FAC members)
For students who don’t want to choose! Get the most during these two weeks with both Creating Characters and Musical Theatre Madness! No day will be the same as we take a deep dive into different theatrical themes. Acting, dancing, design, playwriting, and collaboration are just the tip of the iceberg for this high-energy and interactive class. This class will culminate with a staged performance at the end of the final class session.
Ascending Actors – new classes!
Music and Theatre Exploration: June 13–24 (2-week session) 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Register for Music and Theatre Exploration$375 ($350 FAC members)
Rising theatre stars take note! This class is designed for students who yearn to further develop their love and skills for music and theatre. Theatre fundamentals, collaborative process, skills building, and fun are the foundational elements of this interactive class. This is the perfect class to prepare students for the Youth Rep Ensemble. This class will culminate in a staged performance in the evening on Friday, June 24.
Art in ACTion: July 25–Aug. 5 (2-week session) 9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Register for Art in ACTion$250 ($225 FAC members)
Devise a new piece of theatre through conversation, collaboration, and experimentation. Guided discussion and theatre exercises focused on the issues facing middle schoolers, our local community, and the national landscape will result in a brand new, one-of-a-kind performance by the students of this class. Singing, dancing, acting, writing, designing, directing and activism in the arts will all be explored in the class. This session will culminate with a performance of their original work during the final class.
Youth Rep Ensemble
Five-week intensive June 27–July 31, 2022
Details on performance track, design/technical track, and auditions
The FAC’s Youth Repertory Theatre program is the only professional training program for student actors and design technicians in the Pikes Peak region.
The Fine Arts Center Theatre Company offers students interested in pursuing careers in performance and/or design & technical theatre a five-week intensive training program. Youth Repertory Ensemble is an inclusive, safe and supportive space for students looking to explore and experiment with the theatrical form through a carefully designed combination of rehearsals and class work. The performance and technical tracks of the program have been designed for both new and returning students in order to develop basic skills as well as foster continual learning and growth.