Atlantic Arts Academy and the Atlantic Arts Theater in Jupiter is throwing a Grand Reopening Party on Oct. 19, and the public is invited to come out and see all of the changes the venue has experienced this summer.
The renovations to the lobby and the theater are impressive, said Jesse Furman, the theater’s creative director.
“We are very excited about the new programs that we are offering for children and adults that include fencing, photography, movie-making, magic classes, DJ classes, stand-up comedy, screenwriting, music production, film and TV production, as well as our regular classes that we offer in dance, theater and Music,” Furman said.
The academy’s teachers will be onhand at the party for a question-and-answer session, and complimentary food and drinks will be served.
The Atlantic Arts Theater offers monthly stand-up comedy shows, improvisation and sketch-comedy shows featuring The Jove Comedy Experience. Performances on the bill this season include Shrek Jr., School House Rock Jr. and Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
“We are also creating a community-theater troupe called the Atlantic Arts Community Players that will produce two to three shows each season,” Furman said.