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2024 Summer CampS

ELEMENTARY ART AND THEATRE CAMP

Camp Dates: June 25-27, Tues-Thurs

Camp Times: 9 a.m.-Noon OR 1-4 p.m.

Ages: 8-11

Cost: $75

Maximum number of campers: 12

Students will have fun playing theater and improvisation games, while learning valuable skills. They will also explore a variety of mediums and produce three pieces of art during the camp. Please note: This is NOT a performance camp, so no performance will be held at the end of the camp.

NEW PLAY FESTIVAL

For ages 12 and up!

All registered students will be cast in the show and will be in all performances. 

The camp consists of an audition, rehearsals, and performances

Registration Deadline: June 22

AUDITION

Date: Sunday, June 23

Time: 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Once you’re registered for the audition, you will be sent an audition form. Fill it out and send it back before June 22. The audition will consist of cold readings - students will read the scripts provided during the audition. Students will need to be present the entire audition.

NOTE: If you are unavailable on the audition date, you will need to send in a video of you performing a monologue between 30 seconds and a minute by June 22. 

 

Optional: Prepare a monologue between 30 seconds and a minute long and bring a headshot and resume.

CAMP

Dates: July 8-21, Monday through Friday 

Times: 

July 8-12, 15-17: 10am - 6pm Rehearsals

July 18 : 10am - 9pm Tech and Dress rehearsals

July 19: 12-10 pm Dress rehearsal and 1st                   Performance

July 20: 5-10 pm 2nd Performance

July 21:

    IF WE ADD A 3RD PERFORMANCE   

   12:30-9 pm 3rd Performance, Strike, Party

   IF WE DO NOT ADD A 3RD PERFORMANCE

   5-9 pm Strike, Party

(Decision about adding performance will be made by July 5 and will be based on ticket sales.)

Cost: $300 

 

In this performance camp, students will rehearse and present the World Premieres of student written short plays.  This camp is designed for students who love theatre! It’s a rigorous, exciting program, dedicated to actor training and theatre fun. Besides being a great opportunity to learn about theatre and the process that goes along with producing shows, this camp provides a supportive environment where everyone is encouraged to grow and to develop new friendships. The camp will be filled with learning and rehearsing, culminating in two to three performances at the end of the two weeks. Students will be expected to start memorizing lines before camp begins and may be required to provide some costume pieces, such as shoes, pants, etc. There will be multiple short scripts; students will perform in at least two and possibly more. When they are not actively rehearsing, they will help prep the technical aspects of the show, such as sets, props, costumes, or they will work on memorization and characterization, either individually or in small groups. 

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