Florida Studio Theatre Announces In-Person Adult Educational Offerings

Coconut Telegraph

For more information or to enroll, call FST's Education Office at (941) 366-1350 or visit floridastudiotheatre.org.

Florida Studio Theatre (FST) is pleased to announce that, starting the week of July 13, limited educational programming for students ages 18 and up will be held in-person on its downtown Sarasota campus. For several weeks, FST has offered live musical and comedic entertainment for diners in its Green Room Café & Bar and Bowne’s Lab. Each in-person course costs $199 for eight weeks of training. A full list of FST’s live educational offerings for adults is below. Scholarships are available. “We’re incredibly excited to return to some in-person classes,” said Josh Ford, FST’s Director of Education. “A lot of classes work extremely well online. Our playwriting classes, Reader’s Circle, and even some of our improv classes will continue online. For certain acting and improv classes, there’s really no substitute for being in the same room together. We’ve got social distancing down and we take great care to run as safe a class as possible from arrival to dismissal. We can’t wait to get back in the classroom!”

For more information or to enroll, call FST's Education Office at (941) 366-1350 or visit floridastudiotheatre.org.

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