Educate • Enrich • Entertain
Welcome to Circle Theatre Company! Our on-going mission is to provide young people with terrific experiences in the world of theatre. With our programs, we seek to stimulate, celebrate, and enhance young actors’ and audiences’ understanding of themselves and others through the shared magic of live theatre.
Visit our website to view more than 1,500 photos from past productions and learn why Circle Theatre Company was named the 2013, 2014, and 2015 BEST THEATRE GROUP by the Orlando A-List.
Circle Theatre Company provides opportunities for students in K-12!
First Stage Players focuses on kids in kindergarten through third Grade. The program celebrates their incredible imaginations through artistic play, music, dance, and acting exercises. The program culminates in a final open class presentation where the actors can show off all their new theatrical skills!
Our Circle Theatre Kids program (grades 4-6) allows the youngest of thespians to begin exploring the world of drama. These upper elementary school students are able to showcase their talents through live stage performances. Circle Theatre Kids may also have the opportunity to perform with Circle Theatre Company.
Circle Studio Players is open to all Circle Christian School students in grades 7-12 who are not enrolled in CSA. This is a non-audition performing group, whose students must also enroll in one of our core theatre classes. Studio Players will perform in their own highly acclaimed production, and may also have opportunities to perform with Circle Theatre Company. Click here to learn more for both middle school and high school students.
Circle Theatre Company is the audition-only performance troupe of Circle School of the Arts. Those students who are interested in becoming part of Company must be accepted in to the Circle School of the Arts theatre program. To learn more about CSA click here.
How do you integrate faith and the dramatic disciplines? It is difficult to imagine in today’s media saturated, postmodern, narrative-focused culture, that one can consider him/herself adequately educated without having developed an understanding of how dramatic art works and impacts its audiences and practitioners. It is our prayer that students here are prepared to become “missionaries” to the dramatic professions. That is to say, we seek to help them become both skilled in dramatic craft and mature in Christian discipleship, that they might one day enter the community or professional stage worlds in order to produce fine art, but also to reach out to lost people who will not very likely be reached. The dramatic arts are arguably the most influential mode of cultural communication today. We would be foolish to neglect proclaiming the Kingdom of God in this vital marketplace.
Want to learn more about Circle Theatre Company?
Visit the website at www.circletheatrecompany.com.