Welcome to FPCT’s 2018/2019 Registration for Winter/Spring Classes, Spring Break Camp, and After-School Programs 'At Your School!'

Winter/Spring 2019 Class Registration Opens November 1!

Camps/Classes are arranged in alphabetical order or you may filter classes by semester or 'At Your School'. Not sure what camp/class to enroll your child in? Please ask to speak with someone in the Education Department. We are dedicated to finding the right camp/class for you! 

Please visit our website for our Policies and Procedures. Please click the Education tab, then click on Policies and Procedures. 

If a camp/class is Sold Out, please call the office to be added to the waitlist.

Early Bird pricing for Winter/Spring 2019  classes at the Long Ave campus expires Jan 4 at 5pm.

Early Bird pricing for Spring Break Camp 2019 expires Mar 1 at 5pm.

Questions? Please contact: Candice Cooper, Education Director at EducationDirector@FantasyPlayhouse.com or 256-539-6829.

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Class Times Max Enrollment More Information
Goldsmith Schiffman Grades 3-5 Fantasy in the Classroom Tuesdays; 2:30-3:40pm 20

Grades 3-5

Tuesdays, Apr 2-May 14

Time: 2:30pm-3:40pm

FPCT's Fantasy in the Classroom (FIC) after-school programs are modifications of our general acting curriculum. The classes focus on developing the Actor's Tool Box (Body, Voice, Mind, and Imagination) that inspires creativity and builds self-confidence. For seven weeks, students will be divided into age appropriate classes and meet after school one day a week for an hour. We will explore elements of theatre that are developmentally appropriate and engaging. On the final day of class, students will apply their skills in an informal sharing for family and friends. Class size is limited.

Tuition: $70

Goldsmith Schiffman Grades K-2 Fantasy in the Classroom Tuesdays; 2:30pm-3:40pm 20

Grades K-2

Tuesdays, Jan 29-Mar 12

Time: 2:30pm-3:40pm

FPCT's Fantasy in the Classroom (FIC) after-school programs are modifications of our general acting curriculum. The classes focus on developing the Actor's Tool Box (Body, Voice, Mind, and Imagination) that inspires creativity and builds self-confidence. For seven weeks, students will be divided into age appropriate classes and meet after school one day a week for an hour. We will explore elements of theatre that are developmentally appropriate and engaging. On the final day of class, students will apply their skills in an informal sharing for family and friends. Class size is limited.

Tuition: $70