"The Fremont Centre Theatre stage has been graced during its past years by such varied & exceptional talent that we are constantly in awe of those whose limelight we have been privileged to share" –Backstage West

On Stage now

Sundays in February - 8th,15th & 22nd @ 7pm
Just Let Me Sing
A one woman show with Sybil Harris. All tickets $20.

The true life story of a woman's struggle to let her inner singing light shine through the darkness.  Starring Sybil Harris, writer, creator, and executive producer. Linda Bronson-Abbott Associate producer, featuring Roger Neal on Piano, music orchestration by Tony Wilkins.

"A Class Act...must see performance" - Barbara Morrison, Singer, Entertainer.
"Fabulous, Absolutely Fabulous!" - Ayuko Babu, CEO Pan African Film Festival.
"The very first live theater show I have ever seen, and it blew me away..it was real surprising, I wasn't expecting that... very cool" - Day Day, Inner City Youth.

Coming Soon

Beginning in February 2015
Film & Theatre Acting Classes with Todd Babcock

Starting in February 2015, Babcock Studios will begin film/ theatre acting classes at the Fremont Centre Theatre. Created by actor Todd Babcock, these scene-study intensive classes will evolve the acting process from script to screen. A veteran of film, TV and stage, Todd brings a variety of techniques from exhaustive study and the practicality of over 20 years of expansive on-screen experience.

Classes are on Mondays 2-5pm/ 7-10pm for $225/month. Information available at www.babcockstudios.com.




May 9 - June 7, 2015 - WORLD PREMIERE!
The Elliots
A play based on Jane Austen's "Persuasion"
by A.J. Darby, presented by Little Candle Productions.

Performances on Thurs, Fri, Sat at 8pm, Sunday 2pm.
Regular tickets $25, student/senior $20.
May 8th @ 8pm - $15 Preview performance
May 9th @ 8pm - Opening Night Gala, Tickets $25.
May 10th @ 2pm - Special Mother's Day Performance, Tickets $34.
Enjoy Afternoon Tea with champagne in the garden before the show.

At the age of nineteen, Anne Elliott had to choose between her family and the man she loved. With great difficulty, she chose her family. Now, after eight long years of separation and a fortune-changing war, she crosses paths again with the man she can’t forget. Does Anne dare to hope for a second chance at love? It is a play about the bittersweet beauty of dreams that may never be fulfilled.

In the News

FCT in the news"Holding On~Letting Go" Kickstarter Campaign Successfully Funded!

Our Kickstarter campaign to take our acclaimed show "Holding On~Letting Go" to the prestigious 2013 National Black Theatre Festival was a success! We thank all of our wonderful donors who made it possible to present this special show to a larger audience. For a list of all those who made our trip possible visit our Kickstarter Donor Angels page.

Click the Kickstarter button for more information about our campaign, including a video preview of the show!


Recent Interviews

  • Interview with Lissa Reynolds, on the CamIAm radio show.
  • An Interview with Nominee James Reynolds at the 2013 NAACP Image Awards
  • Ray Bradbury, 91, leaves a rich theatrical legacy
  • Pat Morrison show about Ray Bradbury with Guest Lissa Reynolds
  • Past Review of Ray Bradburys Green Town at Fremont Centre Theatre
  • FCT Artistic Directors Lissa & James Reynolds
  • South Of Delancey Creator Director Karen Sommers
  • Guest Production - Metamorphosis Theatre Company
  • James Reynolds talks about Hospitalized Vets
  • Director James Reynolds talks about his production of "Topdog/Underdog"
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