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SUMMER CAMP

We have 2 summer camp options for your young theatre maker!

Let's Make a Play Camp: Playwriting for Kids

Students will learn how to develop their own 10-minute play through a one week immersive playwriting program for kids. Starting from idea to a full play, the class will include a discussion about the structural components of developing plays as well as character development, establishing tone, setting, and creating structure. The class will also include readings and analysis of text, improv, art, group sharing, and more as students develop their drafts. The last class will culminate with a staged reading of each students 10-minute play that parents/Guardians are invited to watch. Campers should bring a water bottle, 2 snacks, lunch (nut free), and a towel. Lunch will be held outdoors weather permitting.

Dates:

Session 1: July 24th-28th (Ages 7-9) REGISTER HERE.

Session 2: July 31st-August 4th (Ages 10-13) REGISTER HERE.

Camp times: 9am -3pm

Cost $550 per week

 

Page to Stage Summer Camp

 

Page to Stage is signature education program and it's perfect for students who wish to learn basic acting, storytelling, and playwriting techniques.  Kids work together to create and perform in an original play from scratch! Perfect for social emotional learning, Page to Stage requires students to collaborate and connect through performance and creative play. Every day starts with warm ups for body, voice, and imagination, and then students cultivate acting skills through exercises and games. The second half of the day is dedicated to writing and rehearsing the play! Parents/caregivers are invited to a final performance on the Friday of each session. Campers should bring a water bottle, 2 snacks, lunch (nut free), and a towel. Lunch will be held outdoors weather permitting. Recommended for ages 6-10.

 

Dates:

Session 1: August 14th-18th REGISTER HERE.

Session 2: August 20th-24st REGISTER HERE.

Camp times: 9am - 3pm

Cost: $550 per week

 

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