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Click HERE to register for classes. Registration fees are non-refundable after June 1, 2018.
Broadway Baby: A Musical Theatre Review; June 25 – 29, 2018, 9am – 3pm; Tuition – $275
Instructor: Dorothy Pierce
Suggested ages: 8 – 12 year olds
It’s all things Musical Theatre! Individual songs, group numbers, dance, and scene work…from Golden Age to Contemporary Broadway! Spend the week learning a couple of songs and then perform them on Friday at 2pm for friends and family on our stage.
Crew Camp July 2, 3, 12, 13; 9 – 3pm; Tuition – $175
Suggested ages: 10 – 14 year olds
Learn all the inner workings behind the scenes of a theatre. In this two-day camp, July 2 and 3, you will learn about lighting and sound boards, the important responsibilities of a stage manager, and set movement. Then come back and join us on July 12 and 13 where you will have the opportunity to use your new skills and serve as the crew for the Summer Musical Workshop for their dress rehearsal and performance!
Summer Musical Workshop July 5, 6, 9-13 The Story of Q; 9 – 3pm; Tuition – $300
Instructor: Kaelyn Langer-Mendonca and (musical director)
Suggested ages: 9 – 12 year olds
This 7-day camp will take you through the entire process of a musical production. You will audition, rehearse, and perform an original musical while also learning key skills to being a better actor and ensemble member. Classes will include character development, movement, improv, and art activities. This camp is ideal for beginner and intermediate actors who are excited about performing and learning about theatre.
Storybook Theatre: July 30 – August 3, 9am – 3pm; Tuition – $275
Instructor: Kaelyn Langer-Mendonca
Suggested Ages: 6-9 year olds
This camp is designed for our littlest of actors and actresses who are interested in exploring and creating fun characters and exciting stories! Campers will learn about character, plot, theme, and dialogue while expanding their imaginations to make each character come to life on stage. This is ideal for younger campers who are curious about storytelling and performance.