All Day: Magic of Disney/Pixar & Improv + Dance Basics + Magic
July 10 - July 14, 2017
8:30am - 4:00pm
Dates: July 10-14 Grade: 1-3 Time: 8:30am-4:00pm
Magic of Disney & Pixar
Disney and Pixar have given us many magical stories and characters. Now is your chance to bring them to life on stage – this camp is all-Disney! Based on the theme Disney/Pixar, collaborate with your peers to create and perform an original play. Under the guidance our professional teaching artists, gain a deeper understanding of theatre as you work together to develop the plot, characters, lines, and staging. Perform your play for family and friends at the end of camp.
> Final Performance will be held on Friday, July 14 at 11:00am.
Spend an hour each afternoon learning the comedy form Improvisation. Improv technique and theory, vocabulary, and games are explored during this workshop-style class.
Spend an hour each afternoon learning the principles of dance and choreography. Basic dance technique, vocabulary and styles are explored during this workshop-style class.
Note:No experience required. Suitable for beginning and intermediate students alike.
Spend an hour each afternoon learning the art of close-up Magic. Lead by The Amazing Scott Nichols, students explore showmanship and sleight-of-hand during this workshop-style class.
>There will be no final performance for these workshops.
>This camp includes 1 hour of supervised lunch & recess. Lunch is not provided.
ALL DAY: CAP + BYS
This is a FULL DAY Program
Pair our morning Create-a-Play (CAP) class with our afternoon Build Your Skills (BYS) class for a well-rounded week of theatre immersion. This program includes one hour of supervised lunch and recess in addition to a morning & afternoon snack break. Please pack a lunch, water bottle, and two snacks.
***Please register for the grade your student will be ENTERING in Fall 2018***
Create and perform an original play. Work collaboratively with your peers on developing the story, setting, characters, dialogue, and staging. Our Teaching Artists help you gain an understanding of theatre as you explore concepts like idea contribution, ensemble work, story structure, character choices, and theatre vocabulary. Perform your play for family and friends on the final day of class!
THEATRE LEARNING IN GRADES 1-3 LOOKS LIKE:
Expressing individual ideas that contribute to a larger group concept
Learning theatre concepts like vocabulary & story structure
Making physical and vocal choices to express a character
Build Your Skills
Develop your theatre technique in these skill-based, workshop-style classes. Explore Acting, Dancing, Singing, Music, Movement, technical skills like Stage Makeup or Puppetry and much more. Lead by specialized teaching artists, these afternoon workshops pair perfectly with our morning Create-a-Play classes for a well-rounded week of theatre immersion.
SKILL-BASED LEARNING IN GRADES 1-3 LOOKS LIKE:
Learning skill-specific vocabulary & concepts at an age-appropriate level
Understand concepts though warm-ups, games, exercises, and explorations
Revisiting & building-upon concepts to eventually achieve mastery