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Not just any ordinary Summer Camp

Our camps are designed to provide a fun and challenging experience for students eager to learn about the theatre! Your children will be able to explore and experience the theatre while learning valuable skills as an artist and actor.

June 7 - 11: “All Disney! All Broadway!” (1st-5th graders. 9-2 daily.)

We will sing, dance, and act our way through a fun week exploring Disney's biggest Broadway hits. We'll learn excerpts from Frozen, Beauty and The Beast, The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Aladdin and more.

June 7 - 11: "Forever Frozen" (5th - 8th graders. 9-2 daily.)

Inspired by the hit movies Frozen and Frozen II, 5th through 8th graders will explore stories of brother and sisterhood, the dream of belonging, and the value of helping others. Using our improv and beginning acting skills we’ll learn how to create a frozen tundra in the middle of the summer heat and find out how to make friends out of foe.

June 14 - 18 & 21 - 25: “Shrek” (6th - 12th graders. 9-5 daily.)

Take a romp through the swamp with Shrek, Lord Farquaad, Fiona, Donkey and all sorts of fairy tale friends. In this 2 week camp, we will sing, dance, act and learn how to bring this much loved story to life on stage with costumes, sets and makeup! It may be your turn to shine as we prepare for an hour long performance at the end of camp!

June 14 - 18: “Frozen Friends” (1st - 4th graders. 9-2 daily.)

Inspired by the hit movies Frozen and Frozen II, 1st through 4th grades will learn to expand their imaginations by pretending in the separate wintry and snowy tales. Snowball fights, paper snowflakes singing snowmen coming to life – who could ask for anything more!?

June 28 - July 2 & 5 - 8 : “Broadway Bootcamp” (5th - 8th graders. 9-2 daily)

Today’s Broadway looks nothing like it did 30, 20 or even 10 years ago. We’ll get to know six of the biggest most critically acclaimed musicals from the past ten years: Beetlejuice, Dear Evan Hansen, Mean Girls, Come From Away, Hadestown and Book of Mormon. We’ll learn how to use our own life experience to inform what we do with a character. Whether you’re “Regina George” in real life or an imaginary friend of Dear Evan Hansen – there’s a place for everyone in today’s Broadway landscape. 

June 21 - 25 : "Pirates and Princesses" (1st - 5th graders. 9-2 daily)

Ahoy Matey!!! The local Princesses are all revolting and want to stow away on the closest Pirate Ship! As you can well imagine; the Pirates AREN’T having it! Fun, fishnets and ultimately friendship prevail in this week long journey on the high seas of fun!

June 28 - July 2: “Explore Shakespeare” (5th - 12th graders. 9-2 daily)

Come spend the week learning how to transform into Shakespeare’s characters through voice, movement, and imagination. Unravel Shakespeare’s plays with text analysis and develop fundamental acting skills.

July 5 - 9: “How to Audition” (6th - 12th graders. 9-2 daily)

SO you want to be in a play! When preparing for auditions it’s vitally important to think about the who, what, where and why. Scenes and monologues from an assortment of films, television shows, and plays will be assigned, analyzed, characters built, and mock auditions held. Come learn how to make characters come to life.

July 19 - 23: “Superheroes Save The World!” (4th - 8th graders. 9-2 daily)

Do you know what lives in the heart of a Superhero? Find out what your own superpowers are and examine what it takes to save the world in this innovative and inventive camp where we explore the superheroes in modern myths and legends and the superheroes in our own lives. Through writing, sharing stories and exploring songs we will find out what it really takes to make the world a better place.

July 12 - 16: “Magical Creatures Take the Stage” (4 -6 year olds. 9-12 daily)

For lovers of fairies, unicorns, gnomes, trolls, and more! We'll create our own magical kingdom with scenes, songs, and artwork inspired by our favorite storybook creatures.

July 12 - 16: “The Cat Named Pete” (1st - 4th graders. 9-2 daily)

Go walking down the street wearing your brand new white shoes and encounter Pete as he has a Pizza party, makes cool cupcakes and gets “Groovy” with buttons! Song, art activities, dance and creative dramatics take us on a magical journey with this larger than life character; Pete The Cat!

July 26 - 30: “Wizard & Wonders” (4th - 8th graders. 9-2 daily)

Travel the Hogwarts Express to a land filled with intrigue, magic, and wonderment. Learn techniques for turning something ordinary into something extraordinary; how to keep an audience on the edge of their seat; and how to breathe magic into every waking moment of life. We’ll use the characters of Harry, Ron, and Hermione to discover the building blocks of good social character and then convey all that we’ve learned into a magical theatrical experience.  

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