Summer Camp

Summer Camp

Coming this Summer: Wonderland Theater Camp
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Limited scholarships are available; APPLY HERE

Sessions:

9am-noon for Campers Entering Grades 1-4

1-4pm for Campers Entering Grades 5-8

Each Friday, campers will present a showcase for friends and family in the theater. Curtain is 45 minutes prior to pickup time.

Week 1:  June 7-11
Heroes and Villains:  Every Hero has a story to tell and every Villain will stop at nothing to keep that from happening! 

Grades 1-4:  Campers will learn the basics of theater such as stage and body positions, vocal projection, pantomime and movement.  They will develop characters based on famous and not-so-famous Heroes and Villains.  They will work individually and in a group, using their new skills and stagecraft projects to show that not all heroes wear capes, and not all Villains are bad.  

Grades 5-8:  Campers will learn the basics of theater and explore different storytelling techniques, pantomime, improvisation, playwriting methods, and character development. and adapt their favorite hero and villain stories into a final presentation.

Week 2:  June 14-18
Fractured Fairy Tales:  A new twist on some of your favorite fairy tales. 

Grades 1-4:  Campers will learn the basics of theater as well as stage and body positions, vocal projection, pantomime and movement.  Participants will develop characters based on some of the most famous children’s fairy tales, but with a fresh new twist.  They will work individually and in a group, using their new skills and stagecraft, including puppetry, to give new life to some old tales.

Grades 5-8:  Campers will learn the basics of theater and explore different storytelling techniques, pantomime, improvisation, and the concepts of intellectual and physical humor. They will create characters and a script to adapt fairy tales for today’s day and age.  


Week 3:  June 21-25
The Show Must Go On.  What happens when everything goes wrong during a live show?  The crew jumps into action to save the day.

Grades 1-4:  Campers will learn the basics of theater such as stage and body positions, vocal projection, pantomime and movement.  Participants will develop characters based on all types of performances: dance, talent, reality, soap opera, and live telethon, to name a few    They will work individually and in a group, using their new skills stage craft- and prop building to show what happens when the show must go on.   

Grades 5-8:  Campers will learn the basics of theater and explore different storytelling techniques, pantomime, improvisation, and the concepts of satire, parody and physical humor.  They will create characters and a script to explore what can go wrong during a live show and how to make sure that the show must go on!