We are fire & Light Productions

Fire and Light Productions is a faith-based theater and production company created to engage and inspire a love of the human story among audiences and artists.We started as a youth theater troupe back in 2009 and after years of hard work and tremendous growth, we felt the call to reach out to the community. Fire & Light Productions was born as we performed our first community show, Our Town, directed by Stacy Munsie, in November of 2016.


open door actors studio

 Wednesday, July 11th from 6-7:30 PM
Salvation Army Community Center, 2901 North Clinton

Classes are drop-in and ongoing. $8 at the door or $55 for a block of seven classes. 
(The first class is on us!)



Taught by Lorraine Knox, these classes will focus on relaxation, movement, sense memory, and monologue work.  The goal is to increase the skills in your actor's toolbox.  Each actor will be expected to learn and perform monologues for class.  Classes are for actors 16 and up, but material must be kept within a G to PG-13 rating.  Actors should bring a yoga mat or equivalent, as we will be doing floorwork on occasion. 

Lorraine has been doing theatre for the majority of her life in one capacity or another, starting with church dramas and most recently working as a voice-over artist in her home studio.  With an MFA in directing, she moved to Fort Wayne years ago to teach at IPFW.  Since then, she has acted, directed, produced, written, and worked behind the scenes in both professional and amateur productions, on stage and in front of the camera.  Coaching and teaching actors is one of her favorite things to do.  

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Renee Gonzales, will focus on vocal warm up, singing in an ensemble, beginnings of sight singing, and audition preparation.  The emphasis is on acting through song.  Eventually actors will perform short solos for the class.  Classes are for actors 16 and up. 

Renee is an accomplished performer, voice and piano instructor. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Musical Theatre from Ball State University and pursued her performance career in New York City for 8 years. Her areas of focus include voice for the stage and musical theatre, jazz, pop, and opera. She is director for St. Therese Little Flower Theatre productions and has worked as a private instructor for the past 5 years. Renee has worked professionally in national tours, regional theatres, and local productions including Theatreworks USA, The Barn Theatre (MI), Three Rivers Music Theatre, and The Fort Wayne Philharmonic (Holiday Pops Tour, Tchaikovsky: Revealed). You may also have seen Renee as a soloist at events around town, including Covington Art Fair, Creative Arts Council of Wells County Jazz on the Patio, Club Soda, Lunch on the Plaza, Summer Nights at the Embassy, and Busker Fest.