We love to see people shine on stage.

The Fairmount Center Theatre Classes

The Fairmount Center theatre classes introduce students to the world of theatre and acting in a supportive, fun environment. New classes and workshops are offered each session. Be sure to check back often for any new workshops we put on our schedule!

We are also home to the Fairmount Youth Theatre. This long-standing program provides children ages 7-14 years a creative outlet and opportunity to take part in a community show. Many alumni from the Fairmount Youth Theatre program, led by Patti Susman with Joan Bendix and Merlynne Hancock, have gone on to do professional commercial acting work.

Registration for Summer ’23 session is OPEN NOW! Register before April 3 to save 5% on your tuition with code “EarlyReg” at checkout. Classes start June 5. View the summer schedule HERE.

The Fairmount Center Youth Theatre program performs twice a year

This summer at the Fairmount Center…

NEW! Musical Theatre Intensive: Monday- Friday 9am-4pm, July 17- 22

Students ages 10 and older can level up their skills this summer in our NEW Musical Theatre Intensive with full-day workshops the week of July 17. Intensive students will have an opportunity to perform at the Fairmount Fun Fest on Saturday, July 22.

Theatre Camps: June -July, mix and match half-day camps to create a full day camp experience!

Fairmount has a variety of theatre camps running June- July for your young actor/actress. Join us for special camps featuring improvisation, Broadway plays, superheroes and more! Check out our camp schedule today.

Please note:
If you or your student may require special accommodations to participate in our camps and classes, please contact Elizabeth Bolander, Executive Director, at execdir@fairmountcenter.org prior to registering. Thank you for your cooperation!

This Winter/Spring! Fairmount Youth Theatre Presents…

Presented in memory of David Cockley

It’s a kids’ country! Fed up with the grown ups bossing them around, the kids nominate a young girl, Mary Lou Gimble, to run for mayor of her small town. Her opponent is her Uncle, the current mayor, Gus Gimble. The vote is tied. The only one who can break the tie is Mary Lou’s grandmother, who is also the mayor’s mother. Will the Kids or adults prevail? The only way to find out is by snagging tickets to the production- buy yours today!