Altivola Theatre Ensemble
To bring theatre, film, and webisodes in a single unified vision of storytelling of the highest caliber that enriches our communities, fundamentally change peoples lives for the better, and help us become stronger together.
In 2014, Altivola Ensemble Theatre was formed with the purpose of producing three types of work: Plays, Musicals and On-Camera.
Stage production is based on classic dramas, original new plays and musicals that both entertain and challenge its audiences. Films range from short films to animation that explores the human condition on various levels. In addition, we produce a series of webisodes, staged readings and playwright talk-backs throughout the year.
The ensemble is made up of emerging and professional actors.
Company members work collaboratively to bring together youth and adults to feature stories that engages the community, and inspire and attract audiences of all ages.
YOUTH / ADULT ACTING CLASSES
Everyone has to start somewhere. Budding actors ages 7 years old to adult can explore acting classes for fun, or take classes to lay the foundation for a professional Show Biz career.
We provide training in scene study, script analysis, monologues, cold reading, improvisation, musical theatre, film, and television. Theatre classes will culminate in a special performance. Private coaching is available in acting, audition grooming, dance, and voice.
Can't wait to get started? Call (770) 787-4333 to secure your spot!
Our actors are multi-talented and available for roles in film, television, commercials, and stage. For casting consideration, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In recognition of your generosity and depending on your level of giving, Altivola Theatre donors receive recognition in playbills and theatre lobby signage, spoken pre-show acknowledgement throughout season, priority seating, name and/or business listed in our programs and website for 12 months, invitation to Opening Night After Party, two individual performance tickets, a signed production poster, and special access to attend an exclusive Donor end-of-season reception.
Your gift makes an immediate impact! Ticket revenue only covers about 60% of the actual cost of our programming. To continue producing the high quality theatre you’ve come to expect from Altivola Theatre, and support area children who take part in our Education programs through performances, classes and workshops, we rely on hundreds of donors like you to bridge the gap.
Any donation amount is always appreciated.
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