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AGES 7 & UP
MIN: 5, MAX: 10
HALF DAY (3 HOURS):
$20 PER STUDENT
FULL DAY (6 HOURS):
$40 PER STUDENT
Bring the camp to you! With this COVID-concious camp option, a teaching artist will come to your house or backyard to facilitate a theatre experience for your child and 4-9 other children. In your choice of a half or full-day camp, students will receive personalized instruction based on a theme of your choice. Choose from our menu of services below!
Students will travel “Into the Unknown” in this fun musical workshop. While developing musical theatre techniques through song, students will explore themes from the movie like bravery, adapting to change, and how to do “The Next Right Thing.”
How far will go you? In this music-based workshop, students will develop musical theatre techniques while learning a song from the movie, explore the music and rhythm of the ocean, and learn what it means to be a true hero.
Ever wonder what makes you, YOU? In Pixar’s new movie Soul, Joe, a middle school band teacher, explores the answer to this question. In this camp, students will use dramatic play to explore jazz, celebrate their individuality, and reflect on the movie’s central theme of self-discovery.
Don't throw away your shot! While exploring musical theatre technique, students will learn a song from the show, how to understand an examine Hamilton themes and artistry and to express their own personal narrative through performance.
Spend One Short Day in the Emerald City! While exploring musical theatre technique, students will learn a song from the show, create their own Ozian character, and work together to understand and examine themes from the show, Wicked, such as friendship, labels, and bullying.
Get in loser! While exploring musical theatre technique, students will learn a song from the show, lessons from the pink side, how to lead like a boss, and what it means to ditch the mean and find your kind.
Dear Evan Hansen
You Will Be Found in this Dear Evan Hansen-inspired workshop! While exploring musical theatre technique, students will learn a song from the show, practice the concept of “acting through the song”, and work together to understand and examine themes from the show such as grief, loneliness, resilience, and living an authentic life.
When your world gets turned upside down; joy, fear, anger, disgust, and sadness attempt to navigate the situation. Inspired by the popular film, students will use their body, voice, and imagination to explore how “The Emotions” respond in other situations.
The Actor's Toolbox
rough creating and portraying original character, as well as playing fun theatre games, young actors will be introduced to basic stage direction and theatre terminology and develop their actor toolbox of body, voice, and imagination.
Whose line is it anyway? In this workshop, students will learn about the history of improvisational theatre, the difference between short-form and long-form improv, and will put their improv acting skills to the test!
Using examples from some of the best, like Carol Burnett, Lucille Ball, and Abbott & Costello, students will learn about the history and categories of the comedic genre of Sketch Comedy and create their own sketch!
Monologue & Scene Study
In this camp, students will flex their acting muscles and refine their craft through monologue and/or scene work. Using acting techniques, students will learn how characters use tactics to overcome obstacles through collaborative work, character analysis, and performance.
Go Behind the Scenes to learn about the heroes behind the curtain. Exploring your choice of set, lighting, sound costume, makeup, or prop design, students will learn about the elements of technical theatre. Using crafts, games, and hands-on exercises, students will become designers!
Learn about the Bard in this Crash Course! Students will learn about the life of William Shakespeare, the three genres of his plays, and Shakespeare performance techniques.