Performing Arts: Class Act Productions

Class Act Productions has been performing plays with local students since 1996.
Class Act Productions has been performing plays with local students since 1996.

For theater connoisseurs in The Woodlands looking for downtown theater quality but not wanting to make the trip or pay theater prices, Class Act Productions has offered community theater performed by talented young actors from their own community for 16 years. “I think Class Act just has an extremely high quality production,” Class Act marketing director Christine Cherry said. “We do live music with a live orchestra at all of our live productions. The production value is as close as you’re going to get to a downtown quality of theater.”

The nonprofit theater organization features young actors primarily from The Woodlands area, although the actor base has grown to include students from Conroe, Spring, Klein, Magnolia and Tomball, Cherry said. “Shrek: The Musical” just completed its run in February, but auditions are upcoming for “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific” in April. The show is scheduled for July 11–13 and 18–20. click here for complete story