Theatre Camp (Grades 3-12)
Description: Live Theatre Workshops summer camps are a one to two week music, theatre, dancing, and technical theatre experience. Everyday students will work with a choreographer on two to three dance numbers, a vocal coach on musical theatre style singing, and with professional teaching artists who will lead them through the process of producing a play. All students will be assigned a role and will learn acting technique and theatre skills through the process of rehearsing their character for a final performance of their play and musical numbers. Camps are arranged by age and grade level-all skill levels are welcome. All of our instructors are trained to introduce and teach in a way that makes the entire experience fun and educational in a safe and low-pressure environment. While students will be very busy learning lines, acting, singing, dancing, building sets, and producing their play; there is plenty of time for acting improvisation and theatre games. Our goal here at LTW is to focus on the process of the putting together a production. We feel all students should understand what it takes to put on a show from start to finish with a focus on teamwork, personal responsibility, and thinking outside of the box.
For more information on summer camps or camp availability please e-mail Amanda Gremel at email@example.com or call 520-327-0160
Dates: July 16-20
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Where: Live Theatre Workshop
Address: 5317 E Speedway Bld
Cost: $275 for the whole session
Organization: Live Theatre Workshop
Registration deadline: July 15, 2018
Is the registration fee refundable? No
Camp days offered: Full day
Maximum attendees: 20
Is lunch offered? No
Extended days offered: No
Discounts: Scholarships are available, please contact our education department for further details.
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