Theatre classes, and places to do theatre or film.
(Note: expanded listings are COCA member organizations.)
Capital City Shakespeare studies and performs the works of William Shakespeare for the enrichment of our Tallahassee community. Each year we select a play, study it and present free workshops, then mount a full length production.Visit and friend our Facebook page for information about workshops and auditions.
The Irish Repertory Theatre is a group of notable community actors who, in Ensemble, perform plays written by Irish playwrights. Their purpose is to promote and preserve the wealth of Celtic history, music and literature, by bringing it alive on stage with works by well-known and obscure Irish playwrights. This is accomplished by productions staged at Tallahassee Little Theatre and with Celtic Knots, an annual playwriting contest. Winning contest entries are performed at the FSU Studio Theatre during the New Horizons Festival of New Works. Actors, board members and the artistic director are volunteers.
Tallahassee’s tongue-in-cheek answer to a certain unctuous rodent in Orlando. The Faustkateers are a wild and wily group who write, direct, perform, and produce cabaret-style shows, plays, radio shows, videos, and special projects. Often billed as "community theater for the weird community," the group is open to all, and especially committed to creating opportunities for people with disabilities.
Just minutes from Tallahassee, the Quincy Music Theatre is North Florida’s largest and only all-musical community theatre. The 433-seat facility is located in the refurbished Leaf Theatre in Quincy, Florida’s beautifully restored downtown historic district. Many cast members, directors, choreographers, musicians, and audience members migrate from the Capital City and surrounding area to assist or attend productions.
Your community theatre has provided quality theatrical experiences to local artists and audiences for more than 50 years. Volunteer onstage -- auditions are open to everyone in the community. Volunteer backstage -- help move sets, stage manage, or organize costumes. Volunteer off stage as a scenic painter, assistant director, lighting designer, ticket taker or seamstress. No previous experience is required. The perfect venue to explore your own creative side as a performer or volunteer.
850-222-1214 or 850-425-4658
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Theater with a Mission brings history to life through plays from the Spanish Golden Age. Currently, we’re exploring, in Spanish and in English, El nuevo mundo descubierto por Cristóbal Colón [Columbus Finds a New World, c. 1600]. This magnificent comedia by Lope de Vega dramatizes first contact between Native Americans and Spanish explorers. We perform at Mission San Luis and other Tallahassee venues—and we’re taking our show on the road, as Florida’s Quincentennial approaches. Join us!
Always looking for energetic people to assist with productions. Musicians: open recruitment for electric guitar, electric bass, keyboard, strings, winds, brass, percussion. Stipend is usually offered to musicians. Actors: please see website for information on upcoming auditions. Stage Crew: backstage helpers able to work under pressure (in the dark). Front of House: house management, box office, ushering, grant writing, fundraising. No previous experience necessary to volunteer.
Tallahassee Community College
If you are a TCC student or community member and have an interest in being involved with any aspect of the theatre program, then this is the organization for you. You can gain experience with onstage performance or such technical aspects as: costuming, props, lighting, and many more! Curtain Call also participates in services for the community and offers scholarship opportunities. Learn new skills, meet fun people, and learn what goes into making Theatre TCC! one of the finest and fastest growing theatres in the area.
Based in Tallahassee and creating productions for clients across the U.S., Wahi Media maintains talact.com, a website intended to showcase high quality local actors of all ages and ethnicities with brief demo reels. Wahi holds regular auditions for actors. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.