When I first started go to FLCT, I felt as if I was already included into the family. That's what FLCT is, a family. ALL of the kids and also the instructors get along so well it's crazy. We all love each other and support all the decisions and struggles we go through in our lives.
Whether you are a lead in a big production number or a member of the ensemble, they always make sure and you always feel like you have one of the most important roles. FLCT has helped me grow and figure out my strong points and talents and also help me work on my weaker points. It also has helped me to be more outgoing and outside-the-box when interacting with others.
What I also really like is the intimacy and range of all the students. There are children younger than six all the way up to seniors in high school. It has a sense of one-ness that I can't find at any other performing arts theatres.
You always are finding yourself trying to be involved as much as possible there because the environment is so warm and inviting. It is like a utopian bubble that we all want to be apart of.
I am PROUD to say that I am a student at FLCT.
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Want to be there EVERY DAY of the week.
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I never enjoyed anything I was involved in, so we found FLCT and I fell in love.
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