Fantasy Theatre Factory offers over 22 high-quality Arts-in-Education Theatre Shows for Young Audiences. Our shows can be seen on a field trip at one of our presenting venues or on-tour directly to your venue! All shows come complete with custom-designed sets, props, sound systems, and top-notch professional actors. FTF performs at schools, performing arts centers, libraries, festivals, fairs, corporate events, literally anywhere and everywhere!
Sunshine State Standard & Common Core related Teacher Guidelines available. Just click on any show and you'll see a link that shows customized Teacher Guidelines.
A FABulous Karaoke experience awaits you in this musically marvelous show! Audience participation is the name of the game in this Sing-Along extravaganza! Groups of students are brought up on stage, given FABULOUS accessories like giant guitars, microphones and feather boas, so they can jam out on stage to some of today's best kid-friendly tunes!
This show was designed by FTF to highlight stories that were passed on verbally from one generation of Americans to the next. Yarn spinning, tall tales, Native-American legends, Appalachian humor, and stories from particular regions are represented in this program. FTF adds its own special touch to each of these stories with added humor, costumes, sets and music.
FTF performers bring selections from award winning children's authors to life. Dancing grandmas, gorillas who get sent to school, and wacky substitute teachers who get sent to the zoo are all a part of this laugh-out-loud literacy promoting show! Kids will be running to the library for more books by the same authors!
Everybody DANCE Now in this high energy, fast paced, fun-filled show! FTF's delightful dance hosts keep things movin' movin' in this dance-along production. Everyone gets to participate in easy to learn group dance numbers and sensational songs. Everyone's a star in FTF's totally interactive Dance Factory!
Fairy Tale Detective
Time to save the kingdom! In Lorali, a new play by Todd Kessler, groundbreaking creator of “Blues Clues,” children are part of the story. In this captivating interactive show, kids will help Lars, a young farmer, the Princess Lorali and a scientific sorceress in battling evil Queen Drusilla, who’s poisoned the plants in their beautiful valley, and her spoiled son Prince Apato.
The Prince of Pollution is at it again! This time the vile villain has kidnapped the Queen of Clean and it’s up to the Three Mess-Keteers to save the day and the environment! The audience becomes part of the action in this hilariously educational show designed to teach children the importance of environmental conservation!
Created by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs, the "Going to the Show" guide is designed for children with Sensory Processing Disorders and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), but can also be used to teach any child theater etiquette and help prepare them for what to expect when attending to a live performance.