Arizona Curriculum Theater Inc. is a federally-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization bringing classical literature, arts, history, sciences, and mathematics to life in classrooms and libraries across the Phoenix Metropolitan Area.
ACT's mission is to use the power of the arts to promote literacy, engage students, and make education more fun and accessible.
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Check out our reviews and testimonials below:
"Truly awesome! Students keep coming up to me to tell me how much they enjoyed the performance. You offer an entertaining and educational service with your high quality programs." -Elizabeth Matson, Queen Creek Branch Library.
"If you have any say in who gets hired as visiting artists at a school, I urge you to try to include these guys in the mix: top-notch professional actors who take control with the sheer attracting force of their compelling talent." -Julie Peterson, Phoenix New Times
"He delivers Poe's creepy mix of erudition and depravity so well that any cat lovers in the audience may find themselves staring daggers at him through the final bow." -Kerry Lengel, Arizona Republic
"My husband and I saw Poe last year. What a performance! The actors were absolutely fabulous! It was one of the most memorable nights at the theater that we have ever had. I tell everyone about Arizona Curriculum Theater. I look forward to other performances." -Scarlett S., Yelp.com
"I invited the performers into my classroom to introduce Shakespeare to my senior English students. The actors were very professional, and the students learned a great deal. I would highly recommend attending Arizona Curriculum Theater performances." -Gale T., Teacher
"They've taken a critic and made her into a fan. They've taken a true fan of Poe's and shed a whole new light on his work for her. They've done an amazing thing here. I rarely rave. I'm raving. Twice in one year about one company? Practically unheard of." Shesten M., I Heart Monster
"I found myself getting goosebumps a few times which was NUTS because one would think in such a small setting it would be clear that they were ACTORS. But, no, I forgot." -Amanda S., Yelp.com