Fire Mountain Arts Council
Enriching our community life through the arts.
Tiller Arts Center
OnStage Youth Program
The Roxy Theater
What we are about
The Fire Mountain Arts Council (FMAC) is proud to serve as the cornerstone for arts and culture in the small mountain community of Morton, Washington. FMAC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2003 to renovate the Roxy Theater. Dependent on donors, volunteers, and members, FMAC now creates and delivers extraordinary theatre and education programs, engaging community members and visitors. FMAC is proud to support three cultural venues: the Roxy Theater, BCJ Gallery and the Tiller Arts Center.
How to get involved
Fire Mountain Arts Council Mission
- Present theatre, movies, music, and other arts events.
- Foster arts education for our youth.
- Create an environment that nurtures local talent.
- Feature our regional character.
- Provide venues for the arts.
- Stimulate economic growth.
We believe in our community, and everyone is welcome at the Roxy Theater.
As active members of the theatre community, we value inclusion, diversity, and equity.
Theatre uses its art as a way to address profound truths and examine the human condition. We stand with the people of this community in solidarity for the rights of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) to be heard and treated with respect and dignity, and we will continue to uphold these principles.
As an organization, we are always learning; may we use these lessons to overcome our divisions and come together to enrich our community life through the arts using kindness, thoughtfulness, and love.
Fire Mountain Arts Council Board of Directors
June 19, 2020
Event Space for Rent
Right next to the historic Roxy Theater, the Tiller Arts Center is a beautiful venue space for weddings, reunions, social events and meetings in the upstairs classic ballroom. The basement contains kitchen facilities and a costuming area for Roxy Theater performances. Contact us to find out more about renting this amazing event space.
Most frequent questions and answers
The director most times will hand you selected pages from the play to be performed. You will be expected to read for several parts. Or…if you are familiar with the play, you can come prepared to perform a scene from the play.
There are many ways to volunteer.
- For a stage production, volunteers are needed for costuming, set building, lights and sound, backstage support, and ushering. Contact the play director.
- For building maintenance and construction, from time to time, there are work parties needed to take care of repairs, painting, or minor remodeling. Contact the President of FMAC.
- For movies, box office ticket and concessions sales. Contact the movie manager.
- For marketing, graphic design, photography, distributing posters, help with mailings. Contact the Secretary of FMAC.
- Apply to be a board member by contacting the Vice-president of FMAC.
Watch for audition announcements on this website, in the local newspapers, and on the community electronic reader board. When and where will be announced.
The director’s contact information will be on the audition announcement. You can contact the director personally and ask if it is possible to schedule an alternative audition time.
Visit our website here or check social media.
Board of Directors
Jeannie Arndt, 360-520-5646
April Doolittle, 360-496-5599
Marty Fortin, 360-497-2068
Sarah Hartman, 312-662-2471
Brad Nelson, 360-496-1244
Bruce Roberts, 360-497-3463/360-520-2800
Clint Scogin, 360-496-4487