The Fulton’s education and outreach programs for people of all ages are designed to foster thought and sensitivity; evoke wonder and delight; ignite an imaginative spark; and, above all, celebrate the human spirit.
We provide theatre arts training to students of all ages, backgrounds and experiences. The Academy of Theatre offers year-round classes, including summer and winter break camps. Visit the Fulton Academy of Theatre page for information on upcoming classes.
Apprenticeship, internship and volunteer opportunities for emerging professionals to apply skills acquired in the high school and university setting to a professional institution, to build upon those skills and to learn new ones. Click here to learn more.
Teens have an opportunity to ask Fulton Creative Team and Staff about the challenges they faced to mount the current production. Learn more As an inclusive theatre, the Fulton strives to reach all community members. The Sensory Friendly Program and our Academy Student Inclusion Program help to achieve our mission.
Fulton Theatre brings the theatre arts to students through productions and artists-in-the-classroom workshops and residencies. Fulton presents special School Day Matinees during school hours. We provide study guides and post-show discussions as requested, as well as pre- and post-show workshops. Bridges is a comprehensive critical literacy program offered in three formats: Neighborhood Bridges (grades 2-9), Building Bridges (ages 3-6) and Afterschool Bridges (grades 1-8). Bridges employs storytelling, creative drama, dance, music and puppetry to transform young people into storytellers of their own lives. The Pennsylvania High School Drama Festival takes professional artists to the regions high schools to provide critical feedback on school play and musical productions. Through the Festival, schools groups have the option to attend a live-performance at Fulton Theatre and participate in an afternoon of workshops.