The first thing you may ask yourself is why we call ourselves a "troupe."

This is because our mission is not only to produce professional-quality theatre in and around Fergus Falls, but to help others fulfill their own theatrical dreams. We are open to ideas and offer our expertise, props, sets, perhaps even acting. We've volunteered many times!

A few productions we've been involved with as The Funtastics, or early on as the Theatre Geeks, are featured. But the company really took off when we helped create the summer stock dinner theatre at Elmer's Texas Barbeque in 2014 (we started planning for the first summer season nine months earlier!) 

The list of productions we have been involved with as writers, actors, directors or assistants is crazy long. That's what happens when you get old!

Laura Johnson and Rick Schara remain as co-owners of the Fergus Falls Funtastics Theatre Troupe. Above, they are joined by Debbie Kaminski-Horak, who was so helpful in getting the Elmer's melodramas off to a great start!

You never know where the Funtastics will appear! Here they are performing an audience interactive fairy tale story...think of Madlibs on steroids! 

As we continue creating theatre and paying the bills, it helps to have great partners and supporters. We want to thank the following:

Elmer's Texas Barbeque
The Depot - Dining Car #423
Wadena Madhatters Community Theatre
Red Willow Arts Coalition
Dalton Opera House
Bigwood Event Center
The Spot
Center for the Arts -  Fergus Falls
Heaton Tax Accounting
Victor Lundeen's of Fergus Falls


You may have read or heard something about our melodramas. Let's tip our hats to:
Fergus Falls Daily Journal
The Midweek and Lakeshore News
Fargo Forum
Lakes Radio/Leighton Broadcasting
Battle Lake Review
Perham Focus
Henning Advocate