By emphasizing nontraditional casting and employing the best of our local creative force, FST endeavors to meet the needs of our diverse community. FST is committed to the enrichment of the local actor, director, designer, and technician - providing them the opportunity of achieving artistic acclaim in this region.
FST believes the future of theatre can only be assured by the development of young audiences. Therefore, FST's in-house mainstage and in-school touring educational programs are major components of the theatre. Furthermore, FST welcomes the opportunity to address some of the needs in our community though special programs for at-risk youth, as well as supporting as many worthy causes as possible through our theatrical productions.
The specific goals of the FST educational programs include teaching students to listen, to discern and to think both critically and creatively; increasing each students cultural awareness and building self-esteem by being involved with quality theatrical presentations that educate as well as entertain; and enriching the spirit, provoking the intellect and expanding life experiences of students who come from the diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds that make our community so vibrant and dynamic.
Michael Gioia in
Death and the Maiden
Blaine Dunham in
Romeo and Juliet
The Biltimore Hotel: The Venue
The Season and History of Productions
Key Theatre Personnel and the Board of Directors
The Chair Patron Campaign
Media Release: New Artistic Director
Article in The Miami Herald