Actors' Conservatory Theatre

Instilling a passion for theatre in the artists of tomorrow.

Upcoming Events and News 

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By Rick Abbott

A comedy about 

"a play within a play".

November 9-11

at 7:30pm

Spring Musical TBD

April 12-15, 2018

Auditions open to 7-12 grades 

Audition Date Monday November 13th @ 6:30 

(maybe 5th and 6th depends on the show)


Audition Workshop

with Benton Whitley, 

Casting Director from NYC

Dates and more information soon.

Please check back. 

Special Concert 


our guest artists:

Brian Letchworth 


Kate McMillan

Date will be forthcoming.

Summer Theatre Intensive 

June 6-29, 2018

2018 Title coming soon . 

Make your plans to join us now. 

Brian Letchworth, guest director

Milette Oden, musical director

[email protected] for more information

Put these dates on your calendar now 

(dates may be adjusted depending on schedules and show)

Junior Thespian Camp

Ages Rising 4th-8th

Directed by Sierra Roberts and Milette Oden

Details for summer of 2018 forthcoming.

New Beginner Camp

Be on the lookout for details for summer of 2018.

Opportunity in New York

February 17-18, 2018 

Focus show 


Workshop is sold out if you are interested I can put you on a waiting list if someone drops out. 

6 workshops with top professional in the business plus orchestra seat to the show. 

$599  plus room, board and travel. 

Final cost will depend on the number of people who go and rooming. 

Go to for details

Please email Ms. Mason at h[email protected] for information

Charlotte Live! 
Opportunity for High School  and  Middle School Students

Finding Neverland

 October 4th 

5;30-DInner and Workshop

7:30-Performance @ Belk Theater

Talkback after the show possibly. 

We will meet at the parking lot by Publix to carpool and drive to show. Please have permission from your parents to ride with a senior. 

October 4 @ 5PM

Based on the movie and

 J. M. Barrie's writing of Peter Pan. 

Must bring in $25 in cash by September 15th as tickets are limited and will go fast. 

  Check on the website below as sometimes they offer student rush tickets. 

 The Blumenthal Education Department has a program for students that allows the students to attend performances at a discounted rate, have dinner and participate in a workshop. Be on the lookout for this wonderful opportunity to enjoy professional theatre at a bargain price. 

If interested please email:  [email protected] 

For More information visit

 Dance/Movement Class
Musical Theatre

Attention Aspiring Theatre Artists

"If you can count to 8, you can dance!"

Sign up and let Kelly show you what you never knew your body could do.

Dance classes were cancelled but hopefully we will be able to have a dance intensive to help us get prepared for upcoming musicals. Be on the lookout. 

Sign up with Ms. Mason [email protected]

This class is geared towards the aspiring theatre actors who may or may not have dance training/experience. Whether you are looking to gain a better understanding of how your body moves, learn basic fundamentals, or improve your technique to help you become a better dancer, this is the class for everyone.

In this Fall Semester, you will learn dance terminology, execution of dance moves, body and spatial awareness, isolations, moving within an ensemble, and ensemble dance performance. We will have a final class at the end of the semester, open to friends and family, to showcase what we have learned.

Dance Instructor is Kelly Ray Shelton. She graduated from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. She has 15 years of professional, regional, and community theater experience, as well as work in television, film, and voice-overs. She has directed The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and co-directed with her mother, Mary Massey, Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten at The Little Theater of Gastonia. She will be choreographing the Spring musical for Forestview High School. Also, Kelly offers personal coaching in acting since the summer of 2016. 


To expose and work with young actors on movement used in musical theatre including basic dance in hopes of mastering these skills for future productions.


Do not miss this opportunity!!

Please email [email protected] for more information.

2017-2018  Theatre Guild

Become a member of the A.C.T. Theatre Guild! 

Being a member of the Theatre Guild gives you the opportunity to have season tickets plus support the outstanding work in the theatre with a tax deductible gift.

To be included in fall production playbill need to submit membership by October 21st

Go to the Donations Page for more information