During our classes and camps, students will explore many elements of theatre, including character development, movement, voice, audition and improvisational skills. These will be taught through direct instruction, theatre games and exercises, as well as rehearsing and then performing in the Semester Showcase at the end of the semester or camp week.
ACT II, a sister company to ACT, produces two main stage productions a year: typically a drama in the fall and a musical in the spring. These are professional level productions with a full staff including a producer, director, set designer, costume designer and so forth.
ACT II strives to not only produce a high quality show, but to develop each actor in the process, hence the name ACADEMY of Community Theatre (ACT II).