"We know from the Word of God that He is creative and that He has bestowed gifts and talents to point our world back to Him. It can be easy to glorify the created things, but we must know that the Creator alone is worthy of all our praise."
- Domenic Andolina, Theatre Director
The FACS Theatre production season includes a fall stage play and spring musical. Students in grades 7-12 may audition for any production. Elementary-aged students, grades 4-6, are included in productions as deemed necessary and fitting by the director and script.
Theatrical arts courses are offered as electives for students in grades 7-12.
Introduction to Theatre provides an overview of the history of theatre, set design, storytelling, improvisation and scriptwriting.
Theatre I explores the connections between theatre and society, engages students in script analysis and develops their acting skills through improvisation and scene study.
Theatre II allows students to explore specific areas of the theatrical arts. Students will analyze four plays and have an opportunity to serve in a position of leadership during FACS productions.
Thespian Troupes sponsored by FACS Theatre:
Junior Thespian Society Troupe: For students in grades 7-8 who have accumulated at least 100 hours of work in the theatrical arts.
International Thespian Society Troupe: For students in grades 9-12 who have accumulated 100 additional hours of work in the theatrical arts.
FACS THEATRE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
The FACS Thespian Society partners with A Way Out Ministries, whose mission is to “assist women desiring to permanently leave sex trafficking,” by giving $1 from every ticket purchased from shows to this life changing ministry. If you would like to learn more, visit https://www.awoministries.org/.