Theatre is more than just a lark... it is Life Skills building. The imagination is a muscle that needs to be worked. Creative play fosters inner strength, confidence, intelligence, cooperation, critical thinking  and personal freedom. NSFTC company members of all ages learn to connect their intellect to their instinct, and the visceral to the technical. Protect playtime.

 

Henry∞Cameron Allen, 30+  year Veteran Arts Educator & Life Skills Mentor

Welcome to Fiesta
Welcome to Fiesta

Greasy Pole, The Musical! NSFTC youth are encouraged to participate in our popular main stage productions.

Rock n' Roll Greasy Pole!
Rock n' Roll Greasy Pole!

NSFTC youth learn the importance of costume design, and how it effects choreography and movement.

Summer Stock Theatre Club 2013
Summer Stock Theatre Club 2013

NSFTC youth explore where they live on foot, and are inspired to write an original play. Outdoors and active all summer long!

Surprise!
Surprise!

Design is part of our program!

Choreography is fun!
Choreography is fun!

Tale of the Oysta: A Seafaring Whoops Young Playwrights Workshop 2010

Learning lines
Learning lines

Every NSFTC show is inter-generational.

Reahearsing at Stage Fort Park
Reahearsing at Stage Fort Park

Murder on Rocky Neck, The Opera

Murder On Rocky Neck, The Opera
Murder On Rocky Neck, The Opera

NSFTC youth learn innovative ways to tell stories.

The LobstahCrackah Ballet
The LobstahCrackah Ballet

NSFTC youth grow up in the theatre, taking on more complex roles as they mature.

Treat day at Caffe Sicilia!
Treat day at Caffe Sicilia!

NSFTC youth go out and have Life Skills discussions at local cafes and tea houses with their mentors.

In A Birdseye
In A Birdseye

NSFTC youth learn about social justice and local issues through folkloric theatre.

Volunteering at Stage Fort Park.
Volunteering at Stage Fort Park.

NSFTC youth learn the importance of community involvement.

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