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ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEE - PAID ONCE PER SCHOOL YEAR FOR CLASSES (AUGUST 2020- MAY 31, 2021)
20/21 VIRTUAL PRIVATE COACHING ONLINE

Work on monologues or song performance with FLCT teachers coaching you virtually through the Zoom app. $25/half hour $10 each additional student for duet or group work (To be paid at the time of coaching)

(Note: Scholarship rates do not apply to private coaching) Email info@flctstar.org to inquire and schedule.
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - NON-STUDENT PRODUCTION FEE (NO ANNUAL FEE REQUIRED)
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - STUDENT PRODUCTION FEE (NO ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEE)
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - CREW PRODUCTION FEE (NO ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEE)
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - FULL PAGE AD
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - HALF PAGE AD
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - QUARTER PAGE AD
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - 1/8 PAGE AD
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - LARGE MAKEUP KIT
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - SMALL MAKEUP KIT
19/20 TUCK EVERLASTING - STAFF GIFT - MULTIPLES OF $15
20/21 ACTING 1- SESSION 3 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 1 - 2 - THURSDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

JANUARY 7, 14, 21, 28, FEBRUARY 4 & 11

$150.00 for the six week session

Using simple scripts and poems as a springboard for dramatization, students will explore how to bring the written word to life on stage. The actor’s tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration and cooperation will begin to be developed through acting exercises and theatre games. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.

20/21 ACTING 1- SESSION 4 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 1-2 - THURSDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

FEBRUARY 25, MARCH 4, 11, 18, APRIL 1, 8 (SKIP 3/25)

$150.00 for the six week session

Using simple scripts and poems as a springboard for dramatization, students will explore how to bring the written word to life on stage. The actor’s tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration and cooperation will begin to be developed through acting exercises and theatre games. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 1- SESSION 5 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 1 - 2 - THURSDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

APRIL 15, 22, 29, MAY 6,13 & 20

$150.00 for the six week session

Using simple scripts and poems as a springboard for dramatization, students will explore how to bring the written word to life on stage. The actor’s tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration and cooperation will begin to be developed through acting exercises and theatre games. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 2 - SESSION 3 - GALLERIA - GRADES 2 - 5 - WEDNESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

JANUARY 6, 13, 20, 27, FEBRUARY 3 & 10

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 2 - SESSION 4 - GALLERIA - GRADES 2 - 5 - WEDNESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

FEBRUARY 24, MARCH 3, 10, 17, 31, APRIL 7 (SKIP 3/24)

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 2 - SESSION 5 - GALLERIA - GRADES 2 - 5 - WEDNESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

APRIL 14, 21, 28, MAY 5, 12, & 19

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 2 - SESSION 3 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 3 - 5 - WEDNESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

JANUARY 6, 13, 20, 27, FEBRUARY 3 & 10

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 2 - SESSION 4 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 3 - 5 - WEDNESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

FEBRUARY 24, MARCH 3, 10, 17, 31, APRIL 7 (SKIP 3/24)

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 2 - SESSION 5 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 3 - 5 - WEDNESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

APRIL 14, 21, 28, MAY 5, 12 & 19

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 ACTING 3 - SESSION 3 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 6 - 8 -MONDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

JANUARY 4. 11, 18, 25, FEBRUARY 1 & 8

$225.00 for the six week session

This acting class is for middle school performers and focuses on techniques and skills to help the actor understand character motivations and emotional life to successfully “live in the moment” and bring truth to their performances. Students challenge themselves with monologues, scenes, and exercises that require them to ground themselves in their character’s given circumstances. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required
20/21 ACTING 3 - SESSION 3 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 6 - 8 -MONDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

FEBRUARY 22, MARCH 1, 8, 15, 29 & APRIL5

$225.00 for the six week session

This acting class is for middle school performers and focuses on techniques and skills to help the actor understand character motivations and emotional life to successfully “live in the moment” and bring truth to their performances. Students challenge themselves with monologues, scenes, and exercises that require them to ground themselves in their character’s given circumstances. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required
20/21 ACTING 3 - SESSION 5 - BROWARD COLLEGE - GRADES 6 - 8 -MONDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

APRIL 12, 19, 26, MAY 3, 10 & 17

$225.00 for the six week session

This acting class is for middle school performers and focuses on techniques and skills to help the actor understand character motivations and emotional life to successfully “live in the moment” and bring truth to their performances. Students challenge themselves with monologues, scenes, and exercises that require them to ground themselves in their character’s given circumstances. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required
20/21 BEGINNING DANCE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 3 - GRADES 3-5 - THURSDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

JANUARY 7, 14, 21, 28, FEBRUARY 4 & 11

$250.00 for the six week session

FLCT resident choreographer Ron Hutchins teaches these dance classes which introduce and refine the skills needed to be a successful musical theatre dancer. Focusing on a variety of styles including jazz, tap, and modern, these classes will prove who really is Destined To Dance.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 BEGINNING DANCE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 4 - GRADES 3-5 - THURSDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

FEBRUARY 25, MARCH 4, 11, 18, APRIL 1 & 8 (NO CLASS MARCH 25)

$250.00 for the six week session

FLCT resident choreographer Ron Hutchins teaches these dance classes which introduce and refine the skills needed to be a successful musical theatre dancer. Focusing on a variety of styles including jazz, tap, and modern, these classes will prove who really is Destined To Dance.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 BEGINNING DANCE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 5 - GRADES 3-5 - THURSDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.

APRIL 15, 22, 29, MAY 6, 13, & 20

$250.00 for the six week session

FLCT resident choreographer Ron Hutchins teaches these dance classes which introduce and refine the skills needed to be a successful musical theatre dancer. Focusing on a variety of styles including jazz, tap, and modern, these classes will prove who really is Destined To Dance.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 1 - GALLERIA - SESSION 3 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - WEDNESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

JANUARY 6, 13, 20, 27, FEBRUARY 3 & 10

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 1 - GALLERIA - SESSION 4 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - WEDNESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

FEBRUARY 24, MARCH 3, 10, 17, 31 & APRIL 7 (SKIP 3/24)

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 1 - GALLERIA - SESSION 5 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - WEDNESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

APRIL 14, 21, 27, MAY 5, 12 & 19

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 1 - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 3 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - TUESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

JANUARY 5, 12, 19, 26, FEBRUARY 2 & 9

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 1 - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 4 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - TUESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

FEBRUARY 23, MARCH 2, 9, 16, 30 & APRIL 6 (SKIP 3/23)

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 1 - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 5 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - TUESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 5 P.M.

APRIL 13, 20, 27, MAY 4, 11 & 18

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 2 - GALLERIA - SESSION 3 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - SATURDAYS - 10 A.M. - 11 A.M.

JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6 & 13

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 2 - GALLERIA - SESSION 4 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - SATURDAYS - 10 A.M. - 11 A.M.

FEBRUARY 20, 27, MARCH 6, 13, APRIL 3, & 10 (SKIP 3/20 & 3/27)

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 CREATIVE DRAMA 2 - GALLERIA - SESSION 5 - PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - SATURDAYS - 10 A.M. - 11 A.M.

APRIL 17, 24, MAY 1, 8, 15 & 22

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing creative play, our youngest students explore the range of their imaginations through theatre games, music, movement, and children’s literature, this program is ideal to help children develop self confidence, focus, and teamwork as they enhance creativity and problem‐solving skills.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 INTERMEDIATE DANCE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE - BROWARD COLLEGE - SPRING SESSION - GRADES 6 AND UP - SATURDAYS - 11 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.

**THIS CLASS IS TAUGHT IN CONJUCTION WITH TRIPLE-THREAT. THERE IS NO NEED TO REGISTER FOR SATURDAY DANCE IF YOU ARE SIGNED UP FOR TRIPLE-THREAT**

MARCH 13, APRIL 3, 10, 17, 24, MAY 1, 8, 15 & 22

$375.00 for the nine week session.

FLCT resident choreographer Ron Hutchins teaches these dance classes which introduce and refine the skills needed to be a successful musical theatre dancer. Focusing on a variety of styles including jazz, tap, and modern, these classes will prove who really is Destined To Dance.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 INTERMEDIATE DANCE FOR MUSICAL THEATRE - BROWARD COLLEGE - WINTER SESSION - GRADES 6 AND UP - SATURDAYS - 11 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.

**THIS CLASS IS TAUGHT IN CONJUCTION WITH TRIPLE-THREAT. THERE IS NO NEED TO REGISTER FOR SATURDAY DANCE IF YOU ARE SIGNED UP FOR TRIPLE-THREAT**

JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27 AND MARCH 6

$375.00 for the nine week session.

FLCT resident choreographer Ron Hutchins teaches these dance classes which introduce and refine the skills needed to be a successful musical theatre dancer. Focusing on a variety of styles including jazz, tap, and modern, these classes will prove who really is Destined To Dance.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 JAZZY JELLYBEANS - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 3 - DANCE FOR PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - SATURDAYS - 10 A.M. - 11 A.M.

JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6 & 13

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing movement and music, our youngest students explore their physical creativity to help develop self confidence, focus, and coordination. Join us for this fun and high energy beginning dance fundamentals class.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 JAZZY JELLYBEANS - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 4 - DANCE FOR PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - SATURDAYS - 10 A.M. - 11 A.M.

FEBRUARY 20, 27, MARCH 6, 13, APRIL 3 & 10 (NO CLASS MARCH 20 & 27)

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing movement and music, our youngest students explore their physical creativity to help develop self confidence, focus, and coordination. Join us for this fun and high energy beginning dance fundamentals class.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 JAZZY JELLYBEANS - BROWARD COLLEGE - SESSION 5 - DANCE FOR PRE-K - 1ST GRADE (MIN. AGE 4) - SATURDAYS - 10 A.M. - 11 A.M.

APRIL 17, 24, MAY 1, 8, 15 & 22

$150.00 for the six week session

Utilizing movement and music, our youngest students explore their physical creativity to help develop self confidence, focus, and coordination. Join us for this fun and high energy beginning dance fundamentals class.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 PERFORMANCE PROJECT - GALLERIA - WINTER - GRADES 2-9 - SATURDAYS - 11:30 A.M. - 1 P.M.

JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27 & MARCH 6 FILMING: MARCH 12, 13 & 14

$425 per session

Show - School House Rock, Live!

Performance Project takes students on the complete journey of putting on a show. The process begins with mock auditions and culminates in the performance of a one‐act play or musical. Along the way, class activities focus on character development and script analysis through work on a specific piece of dramatic literature. Performance Project provides students with the opportunity to expand their performing talents and every student gets a part in the show. The final production for both locations will be filmed for streaming at the BC location. Students must be available for recording days and have limited conflicts during the term.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 PERFORMANCE PROJECT - BROWARD COLLEGE - WINTER - GRADES 2-9 - SATURDAYS - 11:30 A.M. - 1 P.M.

JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27 & MARCH 6 FILMING: MARCH 12, 13 & 14

$425 per session

Show - School House Rock, Live!

Performance Project takes students on the complete journey of putting on a show. The process begins with mock auditions and culminates in the performance of a one‐act play or musical. Along the way, class activities focus on character development and script analysis through work on a specific piece of dramatic literature. Performance Project provides students with the opportunity to expand their performing talents and every student gets a part in the show. The final production for both locations will be filmed for streaming at the BC location. Students must be available for recording days and have limited conflicts during the term.

In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 TRIPLE THREAT - SPRING SESSION - GRADES 6-8* AND 9 - 12 - SATURDAYS - 11 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.

$525 per 9 week session

MARCH 13, APRIL 3, 10, 17, 24, MAY 1, 8, 15, 22 (SKIP 3/20 & 3/27)

In partnership with RLS Studios and Ron Hutchins of Destined To Dance, this workshop will help teen performers put together the big three: Acting, Singing, and Dancing. Through a combination of in-person and virtual coaching, students will work on monologues, songs, scenes, and dance combos in order to become a true “Triple Threat.”
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.

*By recommendation/instructor approval only
20/21 TRIPLE THREAT - WINTER SESSION - GRADES 6-8* AND 9 - 12 - SATURDAYS - 11 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.

$525 per 9 week session

JANUARY 9, 16, 23, 30, FEBRUARY 6, 13, 20, 27 & MARCH 6

In partnership with RLS Studios and Ron Hutchins of Destined To Dance, this workshop will help teen performers put together the big three: Acting, Singing, and Dancing. Through a combination of in-person and virtual coaching, students will work on monologues, songs, scenes, and dance combos in order to become a true “Triple Threat.”
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.

*By recommendation/instructor approval only
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 1- SESSION 3 - GRADES 1 - 2 - WEDNESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 4:45 P.M.

JANUARY 6, 13, 20, 27, FEBRUARY 3, & 10

$150.00 for the six week session

Using simple scripts and poems as a springboard for dramatization, students will explore how to bring the written word to life on stage. The actor’s tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration and cooperation will begin to be developed through acting exercises and theatre games. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 1- SESSION 4 - GRADES 1 - 2 - WEDNESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 4:45 P.M.

FEBRUARY 24, MARCH 3, 10, 17, 31, & APRIL 7

$150.00 for the six week session

Using simple scripts and poems as a springboard for dramatization, students will explore how to bring the written word to life on stage. The actor’s tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration and cooperation will begin to be developed through acting exercises and theatre games. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 1- SESSION 5- GRADES 1 - 2 - WEDNESDAYS - 4 P.M. - 4:45 P.M.

APRIL 14, 21, 28, MAY 5, 12 & 19

$150.00 for the six week session

Using simple scripts and poems as a springboard for dramatization, students will explore how to bring the written word to life on stage. The actor’s tools of voice, body, imagination, concentration and cooperation will begin to be developed through acting exercises and theatre games. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 2 - SESSION 3 - GRADES 3 - 5 - THURSDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6 P.M.

JANUARY 7, 14, 21, 28, FEBRUARY 4 & 11

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 2 - SESSION 4 - GRADES 3 - 5 - THURSDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6 P.M.

FEBRUARY 25, MARCH 4, 11, 18, APRIL 1 & 8 (SKIP 3/24)

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 2 - SESSION 5 - GRADES 3 - 5 - THURSDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6 P.M.

APRIL 15, 22, 29, MAY 6, 13 & 20

$225.00 for the six week session

What does it take to be an actor? The focus of this class is formulating a clear understanding of the skills and techniques involved in the actor’s work. Each class begins with exercises and theatre games designed to expand the actor’s toolkit to improve performance quality. Students also work on text‐based lessons including monologues, commercials, and scenes ‐ learning to bring the written word to the stage through character development, analysis and interpretation. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session. In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required.
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 3 - SESSION 3 - GRADES 6 - 8 -TUESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6 P.M.

JANUARY 5, 12, 19, 26, FEBRUARY 2, & 9

$225.00 for the six week session

This acting class is for middle school performers and focuses on techniques and skills to help the actor understand character motivations and emotional life to successfully “live in the moment” and bring truth to their performances. Students challenge themselves with monologues, scenes, and exercises that require them to ground themselves in their character’s given circumstances. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 3 - SESSION 4 - GRADES 6 - 8 -TUESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6 P.M.

FEBRUARY 23, MARCH 2, 9, 16, 30, APRIL 6 (SKIP 3/23)

$225.00 for the six week session

This acting class is for middle school performers and focuses on techniques and skills to help the actor understand character motivations and emotional life to successfully “live in the moment” and bring truth to their performances. Students challenge themselves with monologues, scenes, and exercises that require them to ground themselves in their character’s given circumstances. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required
20/21 VIRTUAL ACTING 3 - SESSION 5 - GRADES 6 - 8 -TUESDAYS - 5 P.M. - 6 P.M.

APRIL 13, 20, 27, MAY 4, 11, & 18

$225.00 for the six week session

This acting class is for middle school performers and focuses on techniques and skills to help the actor understand character motivations and emotional life to successfully “live in the moment” and bring truth to their performances. Students challenge themselves with monologues, scenes, and exercises that require them to ground themselves in their character’s given circumstances. A virtual showcase will be performed at the end of each session.
In-Person classes subject to CDC guidelines, state and local ordinances and FLCT’s COVID-19 policies. Masks are required
19/20 BRING IT ON - CREW WITH SCHOLARSHIP